Utilizing the most effective Electrostatic Fogging Technology and EPA Approved disinfectants proven for use against SARS-CoV-2, CleanMist Disinfecting Services pledges to create a safe environment for your family, coworkers and customers. Our professionally trained experts will cover your specified areas using an eco-friendly disinfectant to keep you safe from harmful pathogens.
As our businesses and homes start to reopen, now is the time to protect yourself with a clean home and workspace. Most of our services can be complete in under an hour covering every inch of your home or business. Depending on the job type, we utilize a combination of Electrostatic Foggers, Electric Foggers and ULV Cold Foggers to ensure all areas are properly disinfected.
In under 2 minutes after the disinfectant makes contact with an object, any living bacteria, virus or pathogens will be neutralized and killed. This includes, but is not limited to Ebola, HIV, E. Coli, SARS-Cov-2, Salmonella, and Cold and Flu Viruses.
How Does It Work?
What is Electrostatic Spray technology?
Electrostatics is a branch of physics that studies the phenomena and properties of stationary or slow-moving electric charges (Electrostatics, 2016). Electrostatic phenomena is easily demonstrated when lint is attracted to clothes, or when dust clings to a TV screen. These descriptions are examples of Coulomb’s law. Coulomb’s law states that opposite electrical charges attract and like charges repel. Electrostatic spraying has been used for many decades in painting and agriculture. CleanMist uses this same process to apply a charge to the liquid droplets as they are formed and just before the droplets leave the spray nozzle. These “super-charged” droplets then actively seek out negative or neutral surfaces. What’ more, as the droplets leave the nozzle, the charged droplets repel one another, keeping them from coming together and forming larger droplets. Interestingly, because of the electrostatic charge, droplets “wrap” around surfaces providing an even, consistent surface coverage.
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