|The Supereon 5XL Electrostatic Sprayer combines technology, functionality and price. It was designed to provide a high level of effectiveness and efficiency and offers unsurpassed uniformity in coverage of complex surfaces efficiently. The Supereon 5XL Electrostatic Sprayer works by placing a positive electrostatic charge to the disinfectant as it leaves the spray nozzle, causing each droplet to become powerfully attracted to its opposite charge on high-touch areas such as desks, table tops, chairs, door handles, cabinet handles, light switches and more...|
Electrostatic sprayers allow for a quick and effective chemical application. As fully-charged droplets contact the surface they form an evenly distributed spread. Particles hold their cationic charge for approx. 2-3 seconds – preventing drips. This allows the solution to cover hidden and inaccessible areas, and also enables you to cover a large area in a fraction of the time. Electrostatic charging takes place in both the solution tank and the wand.
Cordless electrostatic spraying technology brings 360-degree, touch free disinfection and sanitizing capability. Reaches up to 3 times more surface area, in the time it would take with traditional methods.
Electrostatics is the study of electromagnetic phenomena that occur when there are no moving charges—e.g., after a static equilibrium has been established. Electrostatic phenomena is easily demonstrated when some articles of clothing cling together when pulled out of a dryer or if you have ever shuffled your feet across carpet and reached for a doorknob. These scenarios are examples of Coulomb’s law. According to Coulomb, the electric force for charges at rest has the following properties: Like charges repel each other; unlike charges attract. Thus, two negative charges repel one another, while a positive charge attracts a negative charge.
Supereon’s electrostatic sprayers positively charge the chemical disinfectant while it is in the tank, as well when it leaves the spray nozzle creating greater attraction for better coverage and disinfection. These “super-charged” droplets then actively seek out negative or neutral surfaces and because the disinfectant has been positively charged subsequently wrapping around surfaces thus providing full coverage of surfaces.