Electrostatic spray technology is a new method of applying cleaners, bactericides and disinfectants to help facilities treat surfaces. It usually takes less time and covers a wider area than traditional cleaning methods. This technology has a history of more than 60 years in other fields, including agriculture, automobiles, and tanning industries, but it has not been applied to surface disinfection until recently.
Electrostatic spray technology is a revolutionary advanced technology used in the field of disinfection. During the spraying process, these electrostatically charged water droplets will form an electric field, which will be attracted to any object surface within a certain distance by the electrostatic force. The gravitational force of the electrostatic field is 75 times that of gravity, so that the droplets will attract and cover the back of the object, and even on the hidden and hard-to-reach surfaces, and these surfaces are usually ignored by the traditional spray.
Electrostatic spray disinfection equipment generally consists of atomizing nozzles, electrostatic modules (high-voltage modules), medicine bottles, high-pressure water pumps (or air compressors) and other systems. The best charging effect in the industry is the pneumatic atomizing nozzle. The technology of induction charging can achieve a higher charge-to-mass ratio. The electrostatic spray disinfection can achieve 360° coverage of the disinfectant on the object to achieve a comprehensive disinfection effect.