Professional cleaning services know that the germs that cause viruses can live on surfaces in the workplace for several days. Any time someone sneezes or coughs, these germs are in the air and finding surfaces to land on and contaminate.
Premier uses advanced technology to effectively and efficiently clean even the most hard-to-reach surfaces with electrostatic disinfecting fogging.
Our trained professional cleaning team will disinfect all surfaces using a rapid, uniform application of fast-acting chemicals to allow for exceptional coverage in a fraction of the time - using chemicals that boast kill times up to 10 times faster than competitive products.
Electrostatic disinfection fogging is the most effective way to kill any viruses (including COVID-19).
Our commercial grade Fog machine displaces a unique formula that is super effective against COVID-19, but it is also a very safe chemical because it is PH Neutral. It is safe on doors, lockers, desks, etc. and safe if the chemical were to get on your skin.
The machine uses an ultra-mist so that the droplets are very tiny spraying out of the machine. This is good because we spray and don't wipe because all chemicals have a required "dwell time" in which they need to sit on a surface to kill everything. After about 10 minutes the chemical will evaporate and the surface will be dry again. The misting is light enough that you can spray things and walk away and not worry about moisture damaging surfaces because it is such a fine coat.
The machine positively charges the mist so that it sticks to neutral and negatives surfaces like a magnet. This is awesome because it perfectly spreads across surfaces evenly and wraps around surfaces underneath which ensures 100% coverage.
Uniform coverage, even in hard-to-reach areas
Less chemicals required to treat the same surface area
Faster application time
The disinfectant and methods used meet the CDC recommended procedures to disinfect surfaces of the COVID-19 virus.
Electrostatic Cleaning System provides rapid, uniform application of fast-acting chemicals to allow for exceptional coverage in a fraction of the time
When liquids are charged electrostatically, a positive charge is added to each droplet as it propels through the sprayer. Like magnets, these droplets are attracted to surfaces - which typically carry a negative charge - and spread out uniformly along that surface.