How To Reduce the Spread of Germs at Work:
Electrostatic spray disinfection is a highly effective method of applying an EPA-registered disinfectant to surfaces and objects. The disinfectant is sprayed on electrostatically, causing it to cling and wrap around the surface or object, providing a more thorough and effective disinfection.
Germs can survive on high touch surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches and break room countertops for up to two weeks. It’s believed that the 2019 Coronavirus responsible for the recent outbreak in China and other countries can survive for 6-9 days on inanimate objects and surfaces. Transmission of germs can easily occur when someone touches a contaminated surface.
“Germs that cause the common cold and influenza, along with hepatitis and Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), can easily live on commonly touched objects and, as a result, can wreak havoc in facilities such as commercial facilities, K-12 schools and hospitals.” Interested in learning more about disinfection in schools? Click Here:
10 reasons to consider Electrostatic Spray Disinfection
Kills the same types of bacteria and viruses as bleach
Wraps around and clings to surfaces, providing more thorough disinfection
It is non-toxic even in higher concentrations
Can be applied to many types of surfaces easily and quickly
Unlike bleach, it is non-corrosive
Has been approved for use on food contact surfaces in certain concentrations