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WHAT IS ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYING?
In most cases, a spray-and-wipe technique can move bacteria from one surface to another.
Electrostatics is the process of adding an electric charge inside liquid droplets when they are sprayed. This makes the droplet electrically stronger than the surface or the item it is treating. Just like magnets, they are drawn to each other and attach when one surface is more charged than the other. In simple terms, when you spray a solution that is properly charged with electrostatics, the solution will envelop the target.
When you spray a solution charged with electrostatics, the solution will wrap conductive surfaces. Spray any water-based solution at a surface and the droplets seek out the target magnetically, while adhering to the substrate for better liquid agent performance than ever before.
The science of electrostatics is only one element of better surface management. A great system takes into consideration where these liquids are going to be used and who is applying them, and must be combined with their best efforts to achieve better results than current methods or tools.