Electrostatic Disinfectant Treatment – COVID-19
If you run a Georgia medical facility, you know how important it is to keep all surfaces clean and disinfected. Here at Georgia Clean, we stand with you to help protect you and everyone in your business by professionally cleaning and disinfecting your medical office. Whether you’ve had a patient or staff member infected with the coronavirus in your office, you want to make sure the entire area is as safe as possible and we are here to help.
With the latest technological advancements in disinfection techniques in hand, Georgia Clean proudly uses electrostatic disinfectant treatment to ensure all areas, no matter how small, are reached and disinfected.
How the electrostatic sprayer works
Electrostatic fogging disinfectant treatment of COVID-19 ensures all sides of a surface are disinfected, not just the side the technician sprays from. Not only does the spray reach the main surface but this technique can disinfect those hard to reach crevices and cracks near impossible to disinfect with other methods. The electrostatic sprayer achieves this by charging the particles with a negative charge so they are attracted to all areas of the positive surface.
Within the sprayer, the disinfectant and water combine before being mixed with high pressure air, splitting the liquid into a mist of micron-sized droplets. Then, before leaving the tip of the sprayer, an electrode gives all the tiny droplets a negative charge further separating them one from another. This negative charge is the key to covering all sides of a surface such as a knob, chair, or examination table. Instead of simply falling on a surface using the force of gravity, thus leaving entire areas untouched, the negative charge makes the droplet seek a positive surface with a force 75 times stronger than gravity whether that is on the backside or underside of a drawer pull or under a table. With such a high charge, the micron droplets can even move against the force of gravity or change directions. With this even coating all over any surface and in the tiniest cracks, you’ll have peace of mind every possible infected area has been reached.
Here is a video that provides more scientific explanation of what an electrostatic fogging sprayer is and how it works.
Electrostatic disinfection treatment for COVID-19
At Georgia Clean, we have 24 years of experience with infectious disease management and know how to protect you, your staff, and your patients. If you have had someone with COVID-19 in your medical office, give our team of professionals a call to disinfect your medical facility with electrostatic treatment. We’ve been using electrostatic treatments as a successful solution to all kinds of contamination in medical offices and know well how to deliver effective results.
When our team arrives in non-descript vehicles, we’ll first talk through the process with you and answer any questions you may have. We’ll then get right to work cleaning commonly touched surfaces so no grime and dirt remains before spraying all surfaces and making sure even the awkwardly shaped objects that are otherwise hard to disinfect are fully coated.
Electrostatic disinfectant treatment is safe for all the surfaces in your medical office. From painted walls, to paper, plants, metal, and electronics, the micron droplets dry quickly and do not cause any damage. Once we’re through, the area will be safe for patients and staff to enter without fear of becoming infected.
Call for fast and efficient electrostatic decontamination treatment
Georgia Clean proudly serves medical offices and facilities throughout Atlanta and the state of Georgia. If you need coronavirus disinfection, we are here for you with fast service and superior coronavirus cleaning while ensuring all areas are reached, cleaned, and disinfected. Get started today by calling us at 770-766-4562.