Electrostatic Sanitizing Services

 

Concerned that regular cleaning methods are not cutting it?

Electrostatic Sanitizing Services
As a Facilities or Office Manager, you’ve probably had to make some hard decisions lately about how to protect your facility during the COVID-19 pandemic. Salmonella, E.coli, MRSA, norovirus, influenza, and human coronavirus are all prevalent showing us that wiping down surfaces isn’t enough anymore and that newer more efficient means of cleanliness should now be employed to keep your most valuable assets, your workers, safe and healthy.

The Dangers You Can’t See
Recent years have caused a lot of concern about the safety of workplaces, public spaces, venues and virtually all spaces where people congregate. We have recently seen the worst flu seasons in decades. This leaves many facilities looking for new and improved ways to slow down the spread of contagious diseases, and particularly minimizing cross-contamination as a way for an illness to spread.
Illness is extremely costly for businesses. Consider these facts about illness:
• The average employee takes 6.9 sick days a year, costing 16.6 billion dollars*.
• Unplanned absences cause a 55% decrease in productivity and 39% drop in sales and customer service.
• Cold and flu symptoms cause an overall loss in performance by 3-9%.

*CBC.ca

 

Our Tools to Keep You Safe
Electrostatic Sanitizing Treatment is applied using a state-of-the-art dispenser that sprays positively charged droplets of solution onto surfaces, ultimately covering  corners, crevices, and other hard-to-reach places often missed during a general cleaning process. The treatment spreads a thin layer of heated solution, allowing quick drying time but giving long-lasting disinfectant protection, eradicating germs, viruses, and bacteria. This system is up to 6 times more efficient than hand sanitization. Our solution is safe for sensitive surfaces such as, IT equipment and other sensitive electronics. It has been included in the: List of disinfectants for use against COVID-19*.      

*our product is DIN # 02375117 on the Canada.ca list

 

Frequency of Service

We will tailor the service intervals depending on the type of environment. A clinic or Laboratory will require a more frequent service schedule than a warehouse, which in turn may require more visits than an office, retail or banking environment. After carefully consulting the client a schedule will be set up that best suits your workplace environment.