You can swiftly and efficiently clean huge areas of facilities using the electrostatic disinfection procedure. It permits a safe and reliable application without interfering with the area covered. Several inquiries from potential users of this service have been made since it launched.
To help you understand this service better, this post will answer the most frequently asked questions about it. Continue reading to find out more.
FAQs About Electrostatic Disinfection
Here are a few FAQs about Electrostatic Disinfection:
The electrostatic disinfection process allows you to achieve thorough and contactless disinfection through sprayers. These sprayers use positive and negative charges that carry electromagnetic forces, causing the disinfectant to stick to targeted surfaces. So, no matter the direction you point your sprayer, the electromagnetic force in those charges allows the disinfectant to the entire surface, killing all germs in the process.
On average, disinfectant takes about ten minutes to dry from surfaces. However, the process isn’t completed until thirty to forty minutes after. Notwithstanding, waiting for an hour or two before returning to the disinfected facility is still best.
The level of effectiveness of electrostatic disinfection depends mainly on the type of disinfectant used. Disinfectants with valuable content are strong enough to kill 99.9% of bacteria. They could also be used in disinfecting your home as a preventive measure against the coronavirus.
The effect of electromagnetic disinfection could last between a few days to a few hours. However, the lifespan of this effect depends on various factors. For example, it could depend on the size of the facility being disinfected, the solubility of the products used, and environmental factors such as humidity.
Generally, you don’t need protective gear when applying electromagnetic disinfectants. Hence, the safety of the procedure. However, you might need to use protective gear in medical settings that require you to do so.
Using electromagnetic sprayers on and around electronics such as laptops, television, and monitors is safe. The most important thing is to ensure you don’t apply them directly on electronic devices or at close range. Overall, removing all objects and appliances you don’t want to spray before starting the process is best.
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In all, electromagnetic disinfection is an effective process that allows you to quickly cover massive areas of facilities. Naturally, this process has sparked much interest, bringing about various questions from people. Some of these frequently asked questions have been answered. However, Loyal Hygiene Solutions can assist you if you still have more inquiries about this service or wish to conduct this process.