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We’ve put together a list of the most frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not listed here, please feel free to contact us
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    How long can the electrostatically charged droplets suspend in the air?

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    The droplets of 40μm diameter can suspend in the air for 3~5 minutes. Our engineers have come to the conclusion after repeated experiments that droplets smaller than 40μm in diameter stay longer in the air, but will evaporate more quickly; and droplets larger than 40um in diameter stay too short and can’t kill the virus in the air completely.

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    Are the droplets positively charged or negatively charged? Are they adjustable?

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    The device usually carries negative charges. We have the technology to have the droplets charged either negatively or positively, but it can’t be altered once charged.

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    What can be used as the disinfectants?

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    Flammable disinfectants are not recommended.

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    How long can the sprayer operate on a single charge?

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    180 minutes for backpack sprayer, 80 minutes for wheeled disinfection case, 150 minutes for mobile disinfection system, 90 minutes for electric disinfection vehicle.

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    Does the electrostatic sprayer have related certificates and qualification?

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    Our electrostatic sprayers are CCC certified in China and CE certified in Europe with the invention patent and utility model patent. The battery is UN certified. Our products can be transported by air as long as local flights run normally.

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    Could disinfectant flowrate and droplet size be regulated?

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    Flowrate of sprayers can’t be regulated.
    Backpack sprayer: 60-80ml/min
    Wheeled disinfection case: 80-120ml/min
    Mobile disinfection system: 80-120ml/min
    Electric disinfection vehicle: 1.2-1.8L/min

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    Could electrostatic sprayers be used in hospitals?

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    The electrostatic sprayer is not a medical equipment and couldn’t be used in sterile space such as ICU and operating rooms but could be used in hospital public areas and ambulance.