A spray disinfectant machine produces a spray of a disinfectant on a surface to be treated. The droplets of the liquid have a positive charge, making them highly attractive to surfaces. The positive charge attracts other positively charged surfaces, making the liquid sprinkling process efficient. This method can be applied to any surface to be treated, including wheelchairs, electrocardiogram machines, pulse oximeters, workstations on wheels, and Doppler ultrasounds. Unlike most traditional cleaning methods, the positive charge of the disinfectant will destroy microorganisms on a surface.
The electrostatic sprayer can be used with various sanitizers and disinfectants. The dilute sodium hypochlorite solution has several advantages over other solutions. For example, users do not have to wear protective gear, although the manufacturer recommends wearing goggles during operation. Lastly, the solution has a very low residue compared to higher concentrations. The spraying time is one minute, making it a convenient and cost-effective solution for outdoor and indoor sanitation.