Airless Disinfectant Sprayers - What You Need To Know

asked 2020-09-16 04:01:39 -0500

Airless disinfectant sprayers are fast becoming the preferred method of disinfecting, sanitising applications, because they are environmentally friendly, inexpensive and quick to implement. While still quite vital for sanitary purposes, these are relatively inexpensive cleaning agents that are easy to access and employ - requiring little or no onboarding to the cleaning staff tasked with sanitising surfaces in healthcare facilities.

The first airless disinfectant sprayers were developed by the United States government in the 1940s, using aerosol disinfectants to treat public works, airports and military facilities. These aerosol-based systems proved very effective, but were far too costly to be mass-produced. As a result, the US government decided to develop something better than their initial solution

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