Electrostatic Sprayers

An electrostatic sprayer or fogger is a device that uses electricity to create a strong electric field. A positive charge in an electric field causes the liquid being sprayed to become polarized, meaning the positive and negative charges are separated. This separation creates tiny droplets that are much smaller than those created by traditional sprayers. These tiny droplets are more likely to stay in the air and reach their target, making them more effective at disinfecting surfaces.

There is no doubt that handheld electrostatic sprayer technology can change the future of surface disinfection. Electrostatic sprayers work efficiently at disinfecting large areas of surfaces. This is a game-changer for hospitals and other healthcare facilities, where preventing the spread of disease is critical. In addition, electrostatic technology could also be used in public places such as schools and airports.

Electrostatic sprayers are good at disinfecting a variety of surfaces, including hard surfaces, such as floors, glass and counters, and soft surfaces, such as fabrics and curtains. Environmental surfaces can be contaminated with bacteria and viruses, making them a potential source of infection. They are also effective at killing bacteria and viruses, making them a valuable tool in the fight against COVID-19.

The CDC recommends using electrostatic sprayers as a means of disinfection. Large areas or equipment that is hard to access by manual disinfection practices are made easy by simply pointing your sprayer nozzle at the desired surface. Electrostatic spray disinfection systems turn disinfectant liquid into charged aerosols with an average size of 40 to 80 micrometers (µm) that are actively attracted to surfaces, thereby enhancing the surface coverage.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does recommend using disinfectants that are registered with the EPA. Electrostatic sprayers can be used with a variety of different disinfectants and sanitizers, making it a versatile tool in the fight against COVID-19.

Many electrostatic sprayers are cordless, making them easy to use and portable.

People should wear appropriate PPE when operating electrostatic sprayers as they would when using any other type of sprayer. This includes goggles, a face mask, and gloves.

What is non-woven polypropylene and why is it used to make curtains?

Non-woven polypropylene is a fabric made from polypropylene fibers that are formed into a sheet without the use of a weaving process. This makes the fabric more uniform and less likely to fray. Non-woven polypropylene is often used in medical applications because it is absorbent, durable, and easy to clean. It also does not release any harmful chemicals, making it safe for use in close proximity to patients. An alternative method, although less efficient, to clean non-woven polypropylene would be Clorox wipes, traditional sanitizer, and disinfectant sprays.

Non-woven polypropylene curtains are better than cloth curtains when it comes to disinfect and prevent the spread of pathogens such as SARS COV 2 (COVID-19), MRSA (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) and VRE (vancomycin-resistant enterococcus). Unlike cloth curtains, which have porous surfaces due to the natural fibers can harbor bacteria and viruses, non-woven polypropylene curtains are easy to clean and disinfect. This can save consumers and the medical industry on laundering costs, with less risk to non clinical healthcare staff. They also provide a more effective barrier against the spread of infection in any facility.

How electrostatic sprayers and non woven polypropylene helps hospitals & patients

Traditional cloth curtains can be a major source of work place injuries. The lightweight fabric combined with Change Me Curtain® one click system we have designed our curtains to minimize work place injuries.

A new study finds non clinical medical staff—including maintenance, cleaning, and food service workers— may be at the highest risk, Infection Control Today reports. This puts non clinical medical workers at risk of infection. In addition, cloth curtains require regular laundering, which can be costly. With the use of electrostatic sprayers and the non porous materials such as non woven polypropylene, a large amount of surface area can be cleaned with using much less natural resources (water), and less disinfectant compared to regular laundering.

According to a 2013 study published by the American Journal of Infection Control 37% of hospitals wait until their curtains are visibly soiled before cleaning them. Contaminated surfaces undermine the efforts of many healthcare facilities to control the spread of hospital acquired infections. Clean surfaces are much easier to achieve in busy hospital settings when using electrostatic spraying technology and non-woven polypropylene combined.

Non woven polypropylene curtains are a better option than traditional cloth curtains. They are surfaces that are easy to clean and disinfect, and they provide a more effective barrier against the spread of infection. Non woven polypropylene curtains also save money on laundering costs.

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