Monday, 17 August 2020

Custom Atomizing Nozzle Spray Gun for COVID19 Disinfection


EXAIR often provide customized solutions for a wide variety of customers across nearly each and every industry. Sometimes what They have already on the shelf doesn’t quite fit the application as best as it could. If They can do it, They absolutely will!

They have all seen an increase in inquiries related to sanitization with the current state of the world. Recently they worked with a customer who was looking to improve on a process that was in place well before the pandemic. He owned a cleaning company that contracts with a variety of local businesses to provide cleaning and sanitation services. Typically, that would consist of a bi-weekly visit to tidy up the office spaces and provide a general cleaning. With the current risks of COVID-19 running rampant, he’s seen a dramatic increase in businesses looking to implement a daily sanitization of common surfaces throughout the office.

While this is a service that he’s offered for some time, the current crisis has led many more companies to request additional cleaning within their offices. To perform this disinfecting procedure, the droplet size of the mist is critical. The spray gun that he was previously using did not provide a fine enough mist to reliably decontaminate the area. In addition, this gun also was consuming too much liquid that would puddle up on various surfaces that would have to be later wiped down and dried. He was looking for a handheld solution that provided a fine enough atomization to both effectively eliminate any pathogens as well as prevent the unnecessary step of having to come behind and dry everything off.

The line of Atomizing Spray Nozzles is an ideal solution for applications where a fine mist of fluid is required. However, these aren’t designed to be used in a handheld operation. Fortunately, They do have a variety of Safety Air Guns, extensions, and fittings that allow them to install an Atomizing Nozzle on the end of a handheld gun. In the photo above, They used a Model SF2020SS No-Drip Siphon Fed Atomizing Nozzle to produce the atomized flow of disinfectant. With standard fittings, they’re able to connect the nozzle to the end of a gun with a 24” extension. The operator carries a jug of disinfectant that is then drawn into the nozzle without the need for a pressurized tank or pump.

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