Health-e Certification Course
The premiere online infection prevention and control training course. Reduce the risks your guests, customers and employees face.
Demonstrates that you provide clean, healthy and safe environments.
The program is a five-step approach that uses advanced electrostatic technology and recognized infection control and cleaning protocols to maintain healthy surface environments. The training program provides an additional level of professional expertise, and upon satisfactory completion of the course, industry association verified.
Per the EPA, Electrostatic Sprayers Should Apply a Positive Charge
Positively charged attracted to negative surfaces
Electrostatic spraying has drawn increased interest through the public health emergency because of the need to disinfect large indoor spaces (e.g., schools, offices, businesses) or areas with many surfaces. Unlike conventional spraying methods, electrostatic sprayers apply a positive charge to liquid disinfectants as they pass through the nozzle. The positively charged disinfectant is attracted to negatively charged surfaces, which allows for efficient coating of hard nonporous surfaces. Click the image to read the EPA release.
TruElectrostatics for TruDisinfection™
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NEW EPIX CHARGE DETECT™ TECHNOLOGY
The electrostatic sprayer continuously detects the polarity of the user and the equipment and adjusts automatically so that grounding is never an issue. The discharged droplets wrap around surfaces. This wraparound effect creates an even, consistent and comprehensive coverage of chemical, reduces chemical use, and provides superior results.
PATENTED. PROVEN. TRUSTED.
When you’re dealing with deadly pathogens, you want to make sure that the company you’re buying equipment from is reputable, experienced, and trusted. EMist systems are patented, used during the 2014 Ebola crisis, and developed by electrostatic industry veteran Mike Sides, who frequently works with the DOD, Naval Entomology Center of Excellence, USDA, and WHO.
Electrostatic sprayer polarity matters. Most environmental surfaces have a negative or neutral charge (the earth itself is negative). Per the EPA, electrostatic sprayers should impart a positive charge so that the positively charged disinfectant droplets are attracted to targeted negative or neutral surfaces. Positively charged droplets increase droplet adhesion and wrap reducing chemical and labor costs.
When spraying big areas, big buildings, or tight spaces, a cordless sprayer allows you to maneuver and move about freely. EMist sprayers are ergonomic, lightweight, and cordless. That means you can take the sprayer to where the work needs to be done rather than relying on wall outlets at the work site. Portability is a clear advantage for any user who needs to go where the work is to get the job done right.
Per the EPA, median droplet size should be greater than 40 microns. Droplets must be large enough to resist evaporation and drift but small enough that the droplets can change their trajectory when it comes close to a target. Most sprayers produce droplets of < 40 microns making them highly drift prone and increasing user inhalation concerns. EMist droplet size is 75 microns.
LOWER TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP
Based on the need to disinfect large areas, manual application of disinfectants is a thing of the past. Electrostatic application is the new normal. Customers who use our systems typically see 25% to 45% labor savings and 35% to 50% chemical savings. Competitively priced, advanced and patented electrostatic technology, and proven performance provide an overall lower total cost of ownership.
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EMist Launches the Future of Electrostatic Sprayer Technology.
EMist® Disinfection Solutions today announced the launch of the EX-7000 TruElectrostatic™ Disinfectant Sprayer.
President Trump Returns to White House: Disinfected Using EMist TruElectrostatic Sprayers
To ensure the safety and health of staff and visitors and to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19, the White House staff focuses on disinfecting using EMist TruElectrostatic Disinfectant Sprayers.
Cleaning and Disinfection is Vital part of Return to Business
A facilities provider explains why the right products, cleaning measures and awareness efforts are key to safer campus reopenings.
EPA: Electrostatic Spray Application Update
Electrostatic sprayers work by charging the antimicrobial liquid as it passes through a nozzle. The positively charged antimicrobial droplets are attracted to negatively charged environmental surfaces allowing for improved coverage on hard, non-porous environmental surfaces.
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