Quality First Infection Control Cleaning Program Includes Weekly Electrostatic Spray Disinfection With Every Contract
ESD adds a level of protection for the most frequently touched surfaces and entire rooms like we have never seen before. An ongoing disinfecting procedure is a requirement for any disease-prevention protocol.
Hard-to-reach surfaces that manual disinfection could miss are no longer a concern. Cutting edge patented electrostatic spray technology delivers precise application of disinfectant with 3x the coverage of traditional sprayers or wipes. Electrostatic sprayers change the disinfectant solution ions to a “double positive electric charge” and have an attraction of up to 75x that of gravity seeking out items to land on and “wrap around” versus floating “in the air” - similar to a magnet. This magnetic effect leads to more even coverage which increases efficiency.
Coronavirus has quickly gained a reputation for being particularly insidious. It can survive on surfaces for days and people infected by the virus don’t show symptoms until approximately two weeks after infection, making it difficult to track and contain. This is why having a trusted professional disinfection team with an infection control program in place is so important.
Why Choose Electrostatic Spray Disinfection?
Our Electrostatic Spray Disinfection adds a level of protection to the most frequently touched surfaces and entire rooms like never before. An ongoing disinfecting procedure is a requirement for any disease-prevention protocol. This is especially necessary during these times, when we are facing a global pandemic.
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Cleaning is friction-scrubbing and rubbing which removes dirt/germs from surfaces/objects.
Sanitizing reduces the amount of germs by 99.9%, as per Health Canada’s standards.
Disinfecting kills most of the germs by 99.999% on surfaces/objects, preventing them from spreading. Disinfectants need to be used after cleaning and must be left on the surface for the appropriate contact time to be effective.
Foreign approvals such as EPA and FDA are non-transferable to Canada and are not approved for use.
All registered disinfectants will have a Drug Identification Number (DIN) provided by Health Canada. We use registered industrial-strength medical-grade disinfectants with a broad spectrum kill claim.