Q. How is Electrostatic Fogging different than frequent, high-touch point manual disinfection? 


A . Yes.  Electrostatic Fogging uses charged particles which better adhere to surfaces than just spraying and wiping.

​​​ELECTROSTATIC FOGGING


  • Reduces Cross Contamination
  • Provides Liquid Adhesion
  • Offers Unparalleled Coverage
  • Used at Airports, Hospitals, and More



CHARGE 1

When the unit is turned on charge starts at charging ring and works itself back down the line, through the pump and into the tank changing all ions positive.

WHY ELECTROSTATIC​​DISINFECTING FOGGING?


  • Uses 65% Less Chemicals
  • Provides a 75% Faster Application
  • Eco-Friendly​


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

California Cleaning

and Disinfecting Experts

Although the EPA continues to study electrostatic spraying of disinfectants, there is evidence that electrostatic spraying is an effective method of disinfection, especially for hard to reach areas or remote surfaces that may not have been disinfected through manual processes. This technology, as part of an overall cleaning and disinfection program, can help create a safe and healthy environment while decreasing the risk of cross-contamination. 

​​​Porter Pros uses the same Electrostatic Foggers as these reputable companies:

CHARGE 2

All the Positive Ions from the tank are pumped from the tank through the pump and charged again at the charging ring all prior to becoming atomized.

HOW IT

WORKS


Porter Pros Broad coverage Electrostatic Sprayers coupled with our EPA-approved Disinfectants are an important component of an effective disinfection program.

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Porter Pros Electrostatic Spraying uses charged particles to coat surfaces and provide for easy large-scale dispersal of EPA-Registered Disinfectants. 

Q. Is Spraying Disinfectant and Wiping just as effective as Electrostatic Spraying?


A. No.  An Electrostatic Fogger provides superior coating ability with liquid adhesion of the Disinfectant Solution.   It is not needed to wipe the surface after using an Electrostatic Fogger.