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Electrostatic hygienization technology


E-Spray is a professional device that atomizes sanitizing solutions on surfaces. It is lightweight and very convenient because it is powered by a lithium battery that allows you to sanitize for several hours, freely and anywhere, without being tied down by a cable.


It is available in two versions: E-Spray, which is suitable for non-intensive and targeted use on small, mainly flat areas, and E-Spray Electrostatic, which uses electrostatic technology and is suitable for extended use on uneven surfaces, with hard-to-reach sides and many hidden spots, and where there are several objects that need a 360-degree disinfection.


Why do you need E-Spray Electrostatic?


Germs and bacteria are very quick to spread and settle in tight corners and hidden spots. Disinfecting effectively by hand takes a very long time and requires prohibitive costs. In addition, there are many areas that are difficult to disinfect properly, such as computer keyboards and telephones in offices, or checkouts in supermarkets or shops.

An electrostatically charged spray can reach the entire targeted area evenly, right down to the most hidden points. The cloud of charged particles completely envelops the surface and sanitizes every part of it.


How does it work?


Electrostatic hygienization allows to coat a surface quickly and evenly with a sanitizing solution. The electrostatic applicator provides an electrical charge to the solution. The charged molecules repel each other, so they keep an even distance from each other but, at the same time, they are attracted to the surface to be treated. The strength of the charged particles is greater than that of gravity, so they are immediately attracted by the surface and do not fall to the ground.

The attraction therefore ensures that all the particles of the solution settle on the surface, thus creating a 360-degree coverage, without leaving out any areas.