Electrostatic cleaning - what is it and why do I need it?

COVID-19 Update

Green Fox are able to provide an emergency response for coronavirus deep cleans using the latest technology and chemicals via our 24-hour client support line.

Electrostatic cleaning is the method of spraying a product through the use of a special electrostatic gun. The technology in the gun deploys the product as a very fine mist, travelling through the air and quickly killing surface based pathogens. The technology in the gun deploys the product with a positive charge. This charge means that the droplets in the mist wrap around all surfaces, and don't just hit what is directly in front of them.

An example would be spraying chair legs - the products will wrap round the whole leg, and not just the front surface it is sprayed towards as shown in the below image.

This means that the process is quick, efficient and doesn't require the moving of bulky items of furniture.

Whilst this process is great in theory, it is useless if the wrong cleaning products are selected. We have the knowledge of the best products to tackle all pathogens.

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we have used this cleaning technology in a number of premise types, including offices, schools and retirement living premises.

At Green Fox, we have full knowledge, processes and training to safely and efficiently deliver electrostatic cleaning processes to premises of all sizes, with minimal disruption to those either working or residing at them. 

If you would like to learn more about how we can help sanitise your premises with the use of electrostatic technology, please call 0333 050 1139 or request a callback on our website to find out more.

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