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A Sterilization Electric Sprayer (ESS) uses an electrostatic charge to sterilize surfaces. A fogger, hand-pumped sprayer, or 360 Sterile R40 sprayer will not produce an electrostatic charge. But a battery-powered ESS will. In our tests, two battery-powered ESSs produced the highest electrostatic charge.
The sprayer was operated in a recirculating wind tunnel under a controlled environment, with a temperature of 20degC (+-1degC) and 50% relative humidity. During the test, the sprayer was held at the recommended distance for sterilizing, and the flow rate was measured. The mass flow rate was converted to an average current, and the measurement was taken every third or fourth spray distance. The sprayer's fan was turned off before each measurement.
The sprayer was tested to determine its spray deposition and wrapping ability. A metal trash can with an 11-inch height and eight-inch diameter was used as a positive control. The spray was then wiped dry with a laboratory tissue. The initial mass of water deposited on each wipe was determined by weighing the wipes before and after they were sprayed.
The Sterilization Electric Sprayer is useful for disinfecting shared equipment and surfaces. It is an ideal tool for disinfecting high-traffic areas. The sprayer can catch bacterial colonies that are in corners and nooks. Moreover, it allows disinfection in areas that cannot be reached by other methods.
Electrostatic sprayers have been used for decades in other industries, such as agriculture. They have been effective for applying disinfectants and pesticides to surfaces. Their electrostatic charge makes the disinfectant spray droplets adhere to surfaces better and promote more effective disinfection. However, these sprayers must be used cautiously because they can damage the environment.
When you use an Electrostatic Electric Sprayer, you must follow all safety instructions for handling and using the device. This includes wearing protective clothing (PPE) and ensuring that you follow the safety guidelines on the label. In addition, use caution while using these devices as they can cause respiratory, skin, and eye irritation.