ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYING FOR ULTIMATE DISINFECTION
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MBS offers state of the art electrostatic sanitizing and disinfecting services for your home, office, gym or job site—the most advanced and effective application method for killing dangerous pathogens available in today’s market. This unique process provides a fast, affordable, safe and effective solution for getting rid of bacteria, viruses (H1N1, SARS, Eezeka, Ebola, etc....), mold, and microscopic fungi.
Our application is safe on almost any surface, even for food service when utilizing the appropriate disinfectant. Further, one application has proven to last much longer than traditional cleaning methods which makes it not only more effective in killing pathogens, but also more cost effective for our clients. Recommend Spraying once per month for most businesses.
Recently MBS has been utilizing this process, with much success, for general contractors concerned with worker safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. MBS is able to successfully sanitize entire job sites quickly and safely. We can cover the entire interior of a building (or exterior), all surfaces, in a matter of hours. We can keep you working even during these difficult times. We can clean and sanitize to your needs. Please call with questions or concerns.
Safe and effective
No residual chemicals to worry about
Fast process with minimal interference with occupancy and operations
Proven to last longer than other disinfecting methods (traditional cleaning, foggers, etc.)
ElectroStatic Spray covers all surface area as opposed to foggers that don't wrap around the object
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ABOUT ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYING –WHY IT WORKS, WHY IT IS THE BEST
Most surface areas are neutral (uncharged) or negative. Electrostatic application for surface disinfection is a method of applying disinfectants to a target surface area by utilizing electrostatic force of attraction. Imagine a basketball that you sprayed with a spray bottle. The spray bottle would only get 50% of the ball at its direct point of spray. The entire backside of the ball would be left untouched/sanitized. The electric charge that our sprayers put on the liquid allows the spray to wrap around the ball covering the entire surface area.
The electrostatic system places an electrical charge on the droplets and disperses them across a target surface area, providing a comprehensive, even coverage. This provides a consistent and uniform coverage in which the droplets adhere to vertical, horizontal and three-dimensional surfaces (“wraps” around the target area). As proven in the agriculture and automotive industries, this electrostatic application process takes less time to achieve the desired effect, while substantially reducing chemical costs. (Laryea and No, 2004 and 2005; Matthews, 1992)
Research has shown that microorganisms can survive on surfaces for days, weeks, and even months, and can be hidden from current spray and wipe methods. (Kramer, 2006) Using electrostatic technology provides effective, proven, safe and comprehensive surface coverage and eliminates cross contamination of dangerous pathogens. Regarding COVID-19, the virus can last on surfaces for up to 90 days experts have said.
Electrostatically-applied disinfectant droplets do not suspend or linger in the air. These electrically charged droplets are super-attracted to their opposites. Subsequently, applied disinfectants can better accomplish their stated efficacy rates (with proper dwell times and adherence to EPA chemical recommendations) (Ebron, 2014). In both third party testing and real world settings, clinical studies have shown electrostatic application methodology can provide efficacy and significant improvements within environmental services terminal cleaning procedures
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