COVID-19 has brought the importance of workplace sanitation to the forefront of business concerns. The question now remains: of the options available to you, should you rely on disinfectant sprayers or foggers to keep your workspace clean and safe? Closed Loop Recycling will help clear up any concerns you have and show you why disinfectant sprayers are the ideal option.
Disinfectant Spray Machines
Disinfectant sprayers apply the disinfectant to surfaces wholly and evenly. These sprayers are a superior cleaning option to soap and water with a faster method of delivery. Simply fill the device with disinfectant solution, prepare the machine, and begin applying. All surfaces sanitized will be free of viruses and bacteria after allowing the solution to sit, which in some cases may take a full 24 hours to disinfect thoroughly. While the clean surfaces will remain wet, it is entirely safe to interact with them.
Airless sanitizing sprays are both safe for the environment and your business. They are built using the highest quality materials that are compatible with all types of disinfectants, sanitizers, and deodorizers. They operate similarly to airless paint equipment and apply cleaners that sanitize for 24 hours or longer, depending on the solution used. The disinfectant is applied evenly across the entire surface, no matter what object is being coated. Proper usage of disinfectant sprays allows you to clean your business with ease, saving your staff from potentially contracting a disease or virus while using less energy and chemicals than traditional disinfectants. The choice is obvious, but the merits of foggers shouldn’t be ignored.
Disinfectant Fogging Equipment
Fogging systems deliver small droplets of sanitizers and disinfectants to a target area through passive deposits. These services let gravity do the work for them, which could result in uneven coverage if mismanaged. While spray machines require manual effort to disinfect a surface, they also provide an even coat that covers every angle of the object. While fogging can be used in various situations, the process often leaves liquid residue that requires more time to dry than sprayers. Foggers are the simple solution to a complex problem but are best used as a stand-in solution until you can use a sprayer. They don’t have the same power, coverage, and effectiveness as the alternatives.
While spray machines require manual effort to disinfect a surface, they also provide an even coat that covers every angle of the object. While fogging can be used in various situations, the process often leaves liquid residue that requires more time to dry than sprayers.
How To Use Disinfectant Spray
The process is simple, as outlined earlier. Fill up the machine, put the correct nozzle on the device, and begin applying the disinfectant—a simple procedure for an effective solution. Disinfectant sprayers are the sanitation method you should use to keep COVID-19 out of your workplace. While foggers have their uses, sprayers are a more effective and efficient method of distribution and sanitation, killing 99.9% of bacteria in one coat and enabling you to get back to work as soon as possible.
Closed Loop Recycling offers a variety of recycling solutions to help keep your workers safe. From PPE to absorbents, we provide multiple recycling solutions to protect the environment and your staff. When you need recycling solutions that think outside the bin, contact Closed Loop Recycling.