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EMist Launches the Future of Electrostatic Sprayer Technology
EMist® today announced the launch of the EX-7000 TruElectrostatic™ Disinfectant Sprayer.
TruTechnology: EPIX Charge Detect Technology
Using EPIX Charge Detect Technology, the electrostatic sprayers continuously detect 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, reducing chemical and labor costs.
TruConfidence: Patented. Proven. Trusted.
Since the emergence of COVID-19, many companies have appeared overnight claiming they have electrostatic sprayers. When dealing with life-threatening pathogens, it’s critically important to know that the company you’re buying from is experienced, respected, and proven. EMist electrostatic sprayers are patented, backed by independent lab studies, used during the 2014 Ebola crisis, and developed by electrostatic industry veteran Mike Sides, who frequently works with the Department of Defense, Naval Entomology Center of Excellence, USDA, and the World Health Organization.
TruCharge: Best Performance
Electrostatic sprayer polarity matters. Most 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.
TruDesign: Safer Operation
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 operators 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.
TruAssurance: User Safety
Per the EPA, electrostatic disinfectant sprayers should have a median droplet size 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 competitor sprayers produce droplets of less than 40 microns making them highly drift-prone and increasing user inhalation concerns. EMist sprayers maintain a median droplet size of 75 microns.
TruCost: 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 using EMist systems typically see up to 50 percent reduction in labor and chemical costs. Competitively priced, advanced and patented electrostatic technology, and proven performance provide an overall lower total cost of ownership.
EMist has announced a reservation program for purchasers who want to secure their units in December. The company will begin taking refundable $50 reservations on its official website starting on November 2 at 8 a.m. Central Time. The EX-7000 is available through EMist distributors at a list price of $3,995 USD.