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Electrostatic Application System

Use electrostatic technology for large-scale disinfection in long-term care

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically impacted long-term care facilities across the United States. COVID-19 is primarily spread via infectious respiratory droplets, but can also be spread via contaminated surfaces, hands and aerosols, in certain situations.  Given the unique communal nature of long-term care and length of average stays, nursing home staff must place special…

While waiting for the vaccine cavalry, add to your army of disinfection tools

As we reexamine safety protocols to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in long-term care, one building system getting a closer look is ventilation. Some LTC facilities managers now realize that the air filtration systems in their buildings do not adequately remove pathogens.  Installed filters typically have a Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, or MERV, of…

Electrostatic sprayers hit the spot for surface disinfection in long-term care

Using established technologies in innovative ways can help long-term care facilities navigate the “new normal” of clean needed to meet pandemic and post-pandemic standards. Electrostatic sprayers can help facilities disinfect large areas in far less time than would be required when using manual trigger spray and wiping methods. This is particularly important in long-term care…

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