Targeting a Spectrum of Illnesses: The Effectiveness of Electrostatic Disinfection Systems Beyond COVID-19
In the battle against infectious diseases, Electrostatic Disinfection Systems have emerged as powerful allies, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. While EDS gained widespread recognition for its effectiveness in combating the virus, its utility extends beyond the realm of COVID-19.
What is an Electrostatic Disinfection System?
An Electrostatic Disinfectant System, otherwise known as EDS, is an induction-charged electrostatic sprayer with a no-touch applicator. It’s purpose is to eliminate viral cross-contamination on surfaces. With the combination of a germ-fighting disinfectant, the EDS produces small, electrically charged microdroplets that repel (not overlap) each other. The microdroplets then move in between surface cracks and crevices to reach places normal cleaning cannot.
EDS became incredibly popular during the COVID-19 pandemic, and rightfully so. But COVID-19 isn’t the only illness that EDS can work against. In fact, EDS should be coupled with annual deep cleans in all facilities, especially during the winter months.
It’s no secret that colds, flus and respiratory illnesses are more common in the colder months. People are restrained to enclosed spaces for longer periods of time, sharing cold dry air. This type of environment allows viruses to spread easily from person to person. In conjunction with regular cleaning, hand hygiene and following health guidelines, EDS is a valuable tool that is known to help create a safe and clean environment.
EDS can be used in a variety of settings including but not limited to:
- School buses
- Call Centers
- Fitness Centers
- Healthcare Clinics
Illnesses That Electrostatic Disinfection Systems Can Work Against
As a commercial cleaning company committed to infection control, we recognize the crucial role we play in safeguarding the well-being of our communities, especially in enclosed environments like classrooms, offices, healthcare clinics and more. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about EDS.