Electrostatic spray technology has been used across many industries since the 1930’s — automobiles, horticulture, spray painting and commercial cleaning have all benefited from using principles of Physics to maximize coverage when spraying liquid solutions. If you’ve seen a photo or video of someone spraying down public transportation or medical facilities with a cleaning solution, there’s a good chance that image displayed this cleaning method in action.
Covers More Surface Area
The tools used in this process infuse negatively charged electrons into the solution when sprayed. A force of attraction with the electrons pulls the cleaning solution around the entire object. The disinfectant is essentially “wrapped around” objects, where traditional cleaning tools like spray bottles and towels are limited by the initial contact.
Another benefit to leveraging spray technology is the reduced waste. The high quality machines use just the right amount of cleaning solution to substantially cover the areas. Solution is applied in a more consistent and effective method, which means less waste.