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What everyone should know about Air-assisted Electrostatic Spraying
What is Air-assisted Electrostatic Spraying?
Restoration Army uses ESS Electrostatic Sprayers which use electrostatic technology to give superior spray coverage. But just what is “Electrostatic” Technology?
At the tip of the ESS MaxCharge™ nozzle is a tiny electrode which applies an electrical charge to the spray. This electrical charging causes a natural force of attraction between the spray droplets and target surface, similar to the attraction between items of clothing created by the tumbling of a clothes dryer. The charge on the droplets is small, but the force pulling the spray towards the target is up the 75 times greater than the force of gravity. Droplets literally reverse directions and move upwards, against gravity, when passing a target surface. This remarkable phenomenon by which the spray coats the undersides and the backsides of the spray target is known as electrostatic “wraparound.”
In practical terms, this means that spray reaches the underside, the back side and nooks or crevasses of the target surface.
None of the would be possible if the droplets were the size of those produced by conventional sprayers. Air-assisted electrostatic sprayers manufactured by ESS produce spray droplets which are 900 times smaller. The tiny droplets are blown toward the spray target in a high-speed air steam (the “air-assist”). The result is more than twice the deposition efficiency of other non-electrostatic air-assisted sprayers.
Spray coverage is the uniformity of spray droplets on target surfaces. Electrostatic sprayers achieve greater spray coverage by combining air turbulence with tiny, evenly-sized spray droplets. Dense coverage on the back and underneath results from electrostatic wraparound. The goal is to achieve an even coating with the disinfectant chemical. If the coverage is spotty or incomplete, chances increase that dangerous infective organisms will survive. With a Restoration Army electrostatic sprayer, the benefits are clear: Disease control is better because the chance of contact with disinfecting chemical is greater.
Benefits of Electrostatic Spraying
- Safer for workers, students and others in the area: Low volume electrostatic spraying means less chemicals exposure for everyone.
- More effective: The small droplets size and improved coverage substantially improves the bioavailability of disinfectant compounds.
- Fewer Sick Days: Disinfection limits transmission of many communicable diseases including bacterial infections, influenza and other viruses, and digestive diseases such as the norwalk virus or salmonella.
- Less Chemicals used: The increased effectiveness allows more choices for disinfection and sanitization.
- Better for the environment : By using safer chemicals that are food grade and hospital grade and reducing waste, the total environmental load is substantially lightened.
Step 1: Separate liquid and air lines meet at the Maxcharge™ nozzle tip. The low pressure, high volume air flow quickly atomizes the ludic into uniform droplets. The small droplets then pass through an electromagnetic field. It is here that each droplet picks up a strong negative charge.
Step 2: The turbulent air stream carries the maximally charged droplets quickly towards the spray target. Because each droplet carries the strong negative change they spread out evenly to form a uniform spray cloud upon existing the Maxcharge™ nozzle tip.
Step 3: Just like the pull of a magnet to a piece of metal the droplets become more strongly attracted to the target the closer they approach. In fact, the force of attraction is up to 75 times that of gravity allowing for complete coverage of hidden surfaces.
ONE STEP PROCESS - No Prep Needed Before or After!
Like It Never Happened!
This video will explain the whole process
WITHOUT ELECTROSTATIC VS ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY SYSTEM
You can see the lightbulb which was sprayed to show how much of the surface is covered with one spray.