1_ 2_ 3_ 4_ 5_ 6_ 7_ 8_

 

COVID-19 Two Pass System for Cleaning and Disinfecting: Electrostatic Sprayer

  • Use full PPE when treating. Disposable hazmat suit with goggles, mask, and face shield.
  • Cleaner will spray and wipe surfaces with a detergent cleaner to remove germs and dirt from surfaces and touchpoints.

COVID-19 Second pass:
Cleaner will use ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYER to apply EPA approved disinfectant to surfaces and touchpoints.

The solution will remain wet for 5-10 minutes and will be allowed to dry. This will kill germs on a surface after cleaning, and it can further lower the risk of spreading infection. 

  • Continue to use the two-pass system until all areas are completed.
  • Once completed, go to the janitorial room to clean the equipment.
  • Remove PPE in this order. Gloves, goggles or face shield, gown, mask, or respirator.
  • LEAVE NO SURFACE UNTOUCHED
  • SAFER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND YOU
  • ELECTROSTATICALLY CHARGED DROPLETS
  • DISINFECT WITH 360 DEGREE COVERAGE
  • FOR PROTECTION FROM VIRUSES IN EVEN
  • MOST HARD TO REACH PLACES

COVID-19 Two Pass System for Cleaning and Disinfecting: Fogging

  • Put on PPE in this order – gown, mask or respirator, goggles or face shield, gloves.
  • Cleaner will spray and wipe surfaces with a detergent cleaner to remove germs and dirt from surfaces and touchpoints.

COVID-19 Second pass:
Cleaner will use FOGGER to apply EPA approved disinfectant to surfaces and touchpoints.

The solution will remain wet for 5-10 minutes and will be allowed to dry. This will kill germs on a surface after cleaning. It can further lower the risk of spreading infection.

  • Continue to use the two-pass system until all areas are completed.
  • Once completed, go to the janitorial room to clean the equipment.
  • Remove PPE in this order. Gloves, goggles or face shields, gowns, masks, or respirators.

HOW LONG CAN COVID 19 SURVIVE ON A SURFACE?

  • Reports have shown COVID-19 can survive from 2 hours to 9 days on surfaces.
  • 3 days on plastic and stainless steel
  • 24 hours on cardboard
  • 4 hours on copper surfaces

CONFIRMED CASE AT A LOCATION:

  • Wait 24-48 hours before entering space.
  • Droplets linger in the air for 3-6 hours. Open windows and increase ventilation.
  • Use full PPE when treating. Disposable hazmat suit with goggles, mask, and face shield.