Spray & Wipe falls far short of 'Dwell Time' - The length of time a sanitizer remains wet on the surface to accomplish maximum performance. Any & All sanitizers require 30-seconds or more dwell time. Essential Rule!
Electrostatic Spraying is the most effective method on the market. Insure maximum coverage. Sprayers hit areas that you would never spray & wipe. For any sterilant to be successful, it must reach all surfaces.
This sanitizer is likely wet on the surface for only 5-10 seconds before being wiped dry. Is this how your office is being cleaned at night? This is how microbial resistance develops for any bacteria or virus
Spray and wipe techniques are not an ideal choice when a high-level of Sanitization is required and should only be implemented when extremely low levels of antimicrobial reduction is needed.
With spraying, you effectively reach areas such as the ceiling, around equipment, ventilation grates, handles, under tables, & many common places where bacteria might be hiding. The speed at which you can treat an entire room will provide piece of mind and significant labor costs
Electrostatic spray systems have been used for years in hospital and agricultural industries to ensure precise and uniform coverage. Our hospital-grade EPA-Registered disinfectant is atomized under high-pressure and simultaneously charged at the nozzle by electrode & each droplet so that the entire spray plume adheres as if it were magnetized.
The magnetically-charged spray plume "paints" all sides of every object in the room, even many hidden areas that would be impossible to reach with traditional methods. Within seconds, all exposed surfaces in an entire room can be sterilized!