Electrostatic spraying is a revolutionary technology for disinfection applications. During the spraying process, the electrostatically charged droplets create an electric field that allows the droplets to adhere to the surface of any object within a certain distance by electrostatic force. The gravitational force of the electrostatic field is 75 times that of the gravity. Its power is so great that the droplets will reverse to cover the back of the target, even on hidden, difficult-to-reach surfaces, which are usually ignored by traditional devices.
High pressure air flow from the sprayer breaks solutions into uniform droplets in 40μm. The droplets are then electrostatically charged and break into smaller ones by overcoming the surface tension. Through double atomization, the charged droplets fully wrap the target surface due to the electrostatic effect. Meanwhile, it captures the suspended particles in the air, hence delivering efficient and compete disinfection effect.