When it comes to disinfection services, as well as cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and objects, consumers are starting to shift away from traditional disinfection agents. It’s entirely understandable: janitorial cleaning agents like dusting or using Clorox may be tried and true. They often do little more than spreading around dirt and dust, redistributing germs and bacteria into the air and onto other surfaces. Additionally, wet dusting often involves the use of cleaning chemicals and agents that can be dangerous or harmful to children or the environment.
A new approach to the cleaning industry has become more popular over the last few years. In particular, when dealing with sensitive locations like clean rooms, R&D labs, healthcare facilities and schools.
Electrostatic cleaning has become considered a more effective method of specialized sanitation. However, LightRay UVC believes that there are significant issues with electrostatic disinfection that make it a less than optimal process. We work in ensuring your home, office, or building is properly disinfected.
What Is Electrostatic Disinfection Technology?
Electrostatic disinfection treatment involves spraying an electrically charged mist onto surfaces and objects to ensure a clean location. Thanks to a specialized solution that is oxygenated and atomized by an electrode inside the sprayer. The electrostatic spray contains positively charged particles that aggressively adhere to surfaces and objects, clinging to and coating the surfaces they’re aimed at. Negatively charged surfaces or "negative surfaces" serve as powerful attractors for these sprays and particles.
There’s no doubt that electrostatic disinfection services are convenient. Cleaners just have to point and spray their electrostatic sprayer, and the mist then coats surfaces and envelops objects.
At the same time, electrostatic disinfection treatments and services leave a chemical residue buildup. (Your home or office becomes a harbor for chemicals.) Additionally, because the spray goes on wet. You need to be careful and cautious about spraying on or near any electronic surfaces, as cables and wires are particularly vulnerable to wet chemical sprays.
Further, not all disinfectants are appropriate or effective, and some may even be dangerous. Small chemical droplets can be inhaled deep into the lungs, possibly creating health and safety risks. (Some chemicals, such as chlorine bleach, have the potential to create significant health risks.)
As a result, while electrostatic disinfection treatment services may seem like the right commercial cleaning service for your home or business. There are still significant issues that may make you want to explore other options.
By contrast, LightRay UVC is proud of our approach to disinfection services. We use natural Ultraviolet light to address these same issues with a safer, natural, chemical-free treatment. Using Ultraviolet light as a natural cleaning agent allows us to disinfect all the surfaces. Surfaces that any light can reach without leaving any chemical residue.
Additionally, because our ultraviolet light treatment is not wet, there are no issues when it comes to electronics, wires, or other safety issues. Further, the lack of chemical treatment means that your home or business can eradicate germs and bacteria without replacing them with potentially harmful chemicals. Thanks to ultraviolet light, you can still reach targeted surfaces safely, cleanly, without the risks associated with typical electrostatic disinfection treatments.
It can be complicated when you are considering your cleaning or janitorial service needs and cleaning solutions; there is a significant amount to consider. However, at LightRay UVC we believe safety and peace of mind should always come first. We are proud of our commitment to an all-natural, light-driven ultraviolet treatment solution. We would be happy to partner with you to make sure your location is clean – the all-natural way