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I've Re-Opened...Now What?

Updated: Jul 29, 2020

Now that Fredericton businesses have started to re-open, you have the new responsibility of ensuring that your business is COVID-19 free. Here are a few points to consider...

My employees are now responsible for disinfecting...

Many businesses have tasked this responsibility to their employees. However disinfection of course is a daunting and time consuming task for anyone, especially now.

We are using sanitizing wipes...

When it comes to cleaning surfaces and objects, traditional dry and wet dusting tends to be the first methods that come to mind.

Some businesses are utilizing sanitizing wipes or sprays, which are difficult to source and time consuming to use. This is yet another reason why many offices and businesses are still working at reduced capacity.

Is there a easier way?

Yes! There is a new technology that is about to change the landscape of disinfection for good. 

Welcome to the age of Electrostatic Disinfection. Learn more below...

What is Electrostatic Disinfection?

Electrostatic disinfection is a new must for the age of COVID-19.

Electrostatic technology works by inducing a slight positive charge to a non-corrosive disinfectant. This positive charge acts as a magnet for aerosolized disinfectant to effectively 'hone' in on contaminated surfaces.The end result - all surfaces are homogeneously disinfected.

  • In addition to targeting difficult-to-reach areas, electrostatic machines are adept at disinfecting large spaces in a short period of time.

  • Although it might seem intimidating, it doesn’t have to be scary. By diffusing a Health Canada, scent-free disinfectant through the air and on surfaces, your workspace is fully cleaned and disinfected from 99.9% of bacteria and viruses in an environmentally friendly manner. 

  • Technology like electrostatic disinfection takes the guess work out of disinfection. With a quick application time of 20 minutes or less you wont need to wait long before re-entry. 

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