Fogging Sanitation Service

Atlanta flooring design centers is proud to offer our biological and viral sanitation services using hydrogen peroxide based disinfectant sand electrostatic foggers. This system allows our technicians to effectively and thoroughly treat all surfaces in a given area to help eliminate harmful pathogens.

With today's heightened concern for “germs” not only does this help neutralize existing contaminants but it gives returning associates and/or customers much needed peace of mind.

Atlanta flooring design centers can offer your workplace monthly, weekly or even daily treatment schedules to suite your specific needs.

The following information and video links will help you better understand how this system works and will benefit you and your company.

What is Electrostatic Spraying?

  • One of the most effective and economical application technologies available for achieving sanitation results in lower risk applications.
  • The sprayer takes a single drop of liquid and turns it into 900 charged droplets.
  • Those droplets are then attracted to the surface or object requiring disinfection, defying gravity in the process. This means the sprayer is able to reach areas that are frequently missed by tradition spray and wiping methods that can harbour contamination.
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How Electrostatic Spraying Works

  1. Atomized droplets pass an leectrode inside the nozzle. Negatively charged electrons are attached to the droplets.
  2. The droplets will reverse direction and move against gravity to coat even hidden surfaces.
  3. The negativity charged droplets are carried in an air stream towards the surface. Since the surface has a natural positive charge, the droplets are magnetically attracted to the surface. The droplets follow electrical field lines and wrap around the larget and bond to its surface.

Benefits of Electrostatic Spraying

  • 65% less chemicals. 70% faster application.
  • Proper application typically ensures 80% to 100% surface coverage.
  • Charged particles easily cover hard to pass places.
  • Reduces potential for human error.
  • Chemical choices that work in the presence of light organic matter.

Who Electrostatic Spraying is For

  • Your Home
  • Banks
  • Gyms
  • Medical Offices
  • Retail Stores
  • Assisted Living Facilities
  • Schools & Daycare Facility
  • Restaurants & Food Service
  • Commercial & Business Offices

What does 'electrostatic' mean?

Electrostatic is based on the principle that opposite charges attract and like charges repel. Two positively charged things will repel each other. Using this natural electrostatic phenomenon, The sprayer's system places a positive charge on the liquid before entering the nozzle allowing the maximum levels of liquid to be charged and sprayed at negatively charged surfaces(most surfaces are either negative or neutral) allowing for a more complete coverage of the targeted surface.

What do you mean it inserts a charge into the liquid?

Using our patented technology, the process of positively charging the liquid starts at the charging ring and flows to the tank. This way all the liquid has a positive charge prior to reaching the nozzle. As most surfaces are either negative or neutral, the dispersed droplets spread out more evenly and seek out a negative or neutral surface. The end result is that the liquid can be applied faster, using less liquid and achieving a more complete coverage of the surface.

How far does the spray reach?

The maximum spray distance is up to 5 feet but we recommend the optimum range for complete coverage is 20-30 inches depending on the nozzle selection. We also offer an extender wand that increases the reach.

How long does it take to dry?

There are many variables that can affect drying times including temperature, humidity, particle size, and the chemical used. The Victory 3-in-1 nozzle allows you to select from three different size particles which can help you customize the drying time.

What certifications do your products have?

Our products are certified compliant with the standards and requirements of the ETL (EdisonTesting Lab), the CSA (Canadian Standards Association), the FCC (Federal CommunicationCommission), the CE (European Commission), the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances),and the NOM (Mexican Official Standards).
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