How Does Electrostatic Application of Disinfectants and Chemistry Work?


WHY LOOK INTO THIS TECHNOLOGY?

  • Up to 18,000 sq ft/hour with a single operator and unit.
  • Recommended by PUR-O-ZONE as a specific, specialized response to outbreak situations.
  • Breaks the cross-contamination cycle on all surfaces, not only selected touchpoints. 
  • The pairing of Clorox chemistry with electrostatic application provides unique opportunities in many large-area situations.
  • The 360 System applies either the Clorox disinfectant-cleaner or the Clorox hard surface sanitizing spray to all surfaces equally and up to four times faster.
  • System allows for thorough disinfecting of large areas of varied surfaces in a fraction of the time spray and wipe methods require.

USING STATIC ATTRACTION TO FULLY COVER SURFACES

1. An electrode introduces an attractive charge and atomizes the solution. The particles are both attracted to, and uniformly coat, the surface.

2. Charged particles are attracted to surfaces.

3. Solution reaches and wraps fully around surfaces.

4. Each surface is nearly uniformly coated with solution with no dripping if applied from proper distance.

The Clorox® Total 360® System pairs a uniquely designed electrostatic sprayer with Clorox®trusted solutions designed specifically for this purpose. The pairing provides superior coverage through proven electrostatic technology and delivers Clorox® disinfectants and sanitizers onto hard-to-reach surfaces doing an amazingly thorough job not often duplicated manually with spray and wipe methods. (Soiled surfaces must still be spot-cleaned first.)

The Clorox® Total 360® System helps keep your facility healthier while also saving you time, money and labor.


HOW IS THE 360 SYSTEM APPLIED?

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The patented 360 panoramic applicator combined with specially designed Clorox disinfectant and sanitizing applications provides coverage of all surfaces nearly equally from a single direction.


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HOW EFFECTIVE IS CLOROX TOTAL 360 AGAINST GERMS?

Kills 99.999% of bacteria

Intended for use in:

  • Health clubs
  • Homes
  • Hotels
  • Institutional kitchens
  • Laundry rooms
  • Offices
  • Schools
  • Shelters
  • Airports
  • Ambulances
  • Athletic facilities
  • Bathrooms
  • Buses
  • Correctional facilities
  • Daycare centers
  • Gyms

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How Effective is Clorox Anywhere Against Germs?

Kills 99.9% of bacteria

 

Intended for use on:

  • Counters
  • Plastic cutting boards†
  • Food preparation areas†
  • Refrigerators
  • Freezers
  • Appliances
  • Knives†
  • Kitchen tools
  • Faucets
  • High chairs†
  • Baby bottles†
  • Booster chairs
  • Baby toys
  • Pacifiers†
  • Diaper-changing tables
  • Food cases†
  • Grocery carts
  • Grocery checkout areas
  • Vanities
  • Shower curtain
  • Toilet seats
  • Towel dispensers
  • Ceramic tile
  • Walls
  • Vinyl
  • Telephones
  • Light switches
  • Doorknobs
  • Tables
  • Garbage cans
  • Clothes hampers
† Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica, Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Salmonella typhi

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The Electrostatic Process is Key

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Electrostatic spraying is a process for applying a liquid to a surface. The liquid is atomized into droplets, which are charged by the application of an electrical current as they exit the sprayer. When the charged droplets approach a surface, they induce an opposite charge on the surface. This attracts the charged droplets to the surface. The charged droplets also repel each other, preventing them from coalescing into larger droplets and allowing them to uniformly cover surfaces.

Droplets can even be attracted to the backs of surfaces regardless of the direction of spray, enabling them to “wrap” around a range of surface types, such as curved surfaces. In this respect, electrostatic spraying can be considered an “active” application technology in that liquid droplets are attracted to surfaces. With normal or non-charged “passive” spraying, the coverage of surfaces is determined by the direction of spray and where the droplets fall based on the effect of gravity, and may result in uneven surface coverage.

The electrostatic spraying process has long been used in agriculture for the efficient application of pesticides, especially the “hidden” undersides of leaves that pesticides applied using regular non-charged spray applications are unable to reach. The more uniform coverage of the fine electrostatically charged droplets also allows for better coverage of surfaces with less pesticide compared to application with a non-charged sprayer.