ESS® Electrostatic Spray Gun equips with the patented MaxCharge™ “air-atomizing induction-charging” nozzle, which was invented at the University of Georgia.
Air is necessary in electrostatic spraying to create tiny droplets (900 times smaller than conventional sprayers) that can travel in the turbulent airstream into dense areas. The charge on the droplets, though small, pulls the spray towards the target at 75 times the force of gravity. The spray droplets can reverse direction, moving against gravity, to coat all sides of an object.
The nozzle is a tiny electrode which applies an electrical charge (negative charge) to the spray, spraying out as fine as 30-60 micron VMD droplets. The electrical charging also causes a natural force of attraction between the spray droplets and target surface, making CleanCoat™ droplets coated on all sides of an object invisibly.
ESS® takes advantage of the principal of physics to achieve better coverage and to lessen the environmental impact by allowing smaller amounts of chemicals to be used. In addition ESS uses air-assistance to help with spray delivery.
ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) is a nucleoside triphosphate used in cells as a coenzyme, often called the “molecular unit of currency” of intracellular energy transfer. By collecting samples from the environments, and measure the ATP level, it gives a direct measure of biological concentration in the environments.
For those sensitive areas like homes, schools, nurseries and, health institutions (i.e. clinics), ATP Test provides a quick way to detect microorganisms. This is how Hygiena ATP Meter works quickly (a few minutes) to verify if surfaces have been cleaned thoroughly and free from living organisms like bacteria or moulds.In the other hand, conventional Incubation technique for bacterial growth may take a few days to complete.
Press the swab, holding only the stem of the swab, firmly against the test area and rub vigorously, rotating the swab while covering the whole area. Put the casing in the ATP Luminometer and wait for 15 seconds to calculate the bacterial level (0 – 9999).