Yes it's used in a lot of schools and hospitals. Unfortunately it's carelessly being applied by janitorial staff in most facilities. I know of one of the school districts that was using it while the space was occupied. Trying stomp out the flu while choking the staff.Is there a market to use this system? Some sort of add on service?
Any other options besides the expensive clorox360?
Whut do you figure Hell is going to look like?Omg, it’s my best add on, but we use Victory Innovations. I paid $1,500. last year for it and made my money back in one event. We also use two electric foggers. The last 16 days of school, we sprayed a hall of classrooms every night, over fifth disease
It’s the best and easiest add on since $2 per ft. tile and grout cleaning
Yes electrostatic has some unique properties, it can in theory wrap around and under objects. I don't believe I'm totally sold on it but it does do better than if you are just shooting straight at the object. If you don't have one, move to evenly spray your target. Microban QGC would work well. Dilute per instructions, use a respirator, any product will choke you.So is the electrostatic just BS or is there something special to it?
I have a cold fogger I could use.
But what product and at what dilution?
How do you price for an application?
How do you market it?
Hospitals, nursing homes use them to prove efficacy. They swab a surface, take down the reading and then swab again after cleaning.What exactly does a atp meter do? Show client the germs on surfaces?
I looked at those once. The cheapest I fount was around $1500.00. Quite a lot for show and tell.