Clorox® Electrostatic Technology

Clorox® electrostatic sprayers are approved for use in a variety of environments to help keep public spaces safe and healthy. Equally as important, Clorox® electrostatic chemistries are EPA-registered for use through electrostatic sprayers. Learn about electrostatic technology and our comprehensive suite of solutions below to help meet the cleaning and disinfecting needs of the future.

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Time and labor costs reduced. Efficient, comprehensive surface disinfection and reliable wrap-around coverage. Trusted chemistries with excellent performance and broad surface compatibility. All enabling you to cover thousands of square feet in minutes. This is Clorox® electrostatic technology.

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Electrostatic sprayers are advanced application systems – not just solutions in and of themselves. Where other companies only sell one piece of the system (typically the sprayer), CloroxPro offers a comprehensive suite of electrostatic sprayers and chemistries that are paired together to fit the needs of your facility. Backed by the power of Clorox® cleaning and disinfecting solutions, our electrostatic technology portfolio is an innovative approach to treat surfaces in a simpler, more effective way.

*On hard, nonporous surfaces.

Product Highlights

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Product Highlights

Clorox® Electrostatic Technology Request A Demo Sprayer image Total 360® Electrostatic Sprayer UPC 60025  Sprayer image TurboPro™ Handheld Electrostatic Sprayer UPC 29561  Other Powered Sprayers  
Power Source

Corded

Cordless Lithium-Ion Battery

Corded or Battery

Spray Range

3 - 4 feet

2 - 3 feet

2 - 6 feet

Warranty

1 year

1 year

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Capacity

2 gallons

.26 gallons

Varies

Weight (full)

59 lbs

6 lbs

Varies

Weight (in hand)

1 lb

6 lbs

Varies

When to Use

When the job requires prolonged usage in large, flat, easy-to-navigate areas.

When the job requires convenient cordless mobility in smaller spaces.

Depends on device form and performance capabilities.

Chemistry Options

* On hard, nonporous surfaces
10 Clostridium difficile spores only

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End User Rebate for Clorox® TurboPro™ Handheld Electrostatic Sprayer (effective August 1 – September 30, 2021)

End users can save up to $300 on Clorox® TurboPro™ Handheld Electrostatic Sprayer AND a case of chemistry for sprayer devices. Offer only valid for purchases from August 1, 2021 – September 30, 2021. See rebate for more details.

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Electrostatic Technology Overview

What Is Electrostatic Technology?

Electrostatic technology is an innovative solution that businesses rely on to meet the increased demands for disinfection, and to reinforce trust and confidence with their visitors and customers. Electrostatic sprayers, together with trusted solutions, can disinfect and sanitize spaces large and small in far less time than would be required when using manual trigger spray and wiping methods.

How does it work?

Electrostatic technology works by charging liquid droplets as they pass through a sprayer nozzle. The resulting charged droplets actively seek out surfaces and get attached to them. Electrostatic sprayers are engineered to treat high-touch areas more quickly and efficiently with the convenience of touchless coverage.

NOTE: Electrostatic devices may apply either a positive or negative charge to liquid droplets; the above is intended to provide a generic illustration of how electrostatic technology works and is not intended to represent any particular device.

Not All Sprayers Are Created Equal

As with any product or technology, there are many considerations when evaluating electrostatic sprayers for use in your facility. The efficacy of an electrostatic sprayer is determined by a combination of factors, including power delivered to the device, type of nozzle, droplet size and spray solution.

Can any solution be sprayed through an electrostatic sprayer?

No, only EPA-registered disinfectants or sanitizers that have electrostatic spraying listed as an approved application method on the label should be used through electrostatic sprayers. Each disinfectant must be tested to ensure that the levels of product emitted into the air are below established limits. CloroxPro has rigorously tested to ensure the safety and compatibility of each Clorox® product that is registered for use with electrostatic sprayer devices.

Does microefficacy need to be evaluated when using an EPA-registered disinfectant through an electrostatic sprayer?

Yes, evaluation of how well a solution kills microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses, when passed through an electrostatic sprayer is necessary to confirm the expected microefficacy.

How do electrostatic sprayers compare to other spray technologies?

Unlike foggers and misters, electrostatic disinfectant droplets are charged, which means that electrostatic sprayers can cover more surfaces in less time. Electrostatic sprayers deliver larger electrostatically charged droplets that are actively attracted to surfaces, regardless of the direction of spray.

Which electrostatic sprayer is right for my facility?

Our electrostatic sprayer portfolio is designed for use in a variety of environments to help keep public spaces safer and healthier. Depending on your facility needs, there are different electrostatic sprayers available.

In larger spaces where groups of people may gather (like a classroom or office), a corded electrostatic device like the Clorox® Total 360® Electrostatic Sprayer offers stronger levels of electrostatic disinfection with superior coverage. These devices are designed to be used for extended periods to disinfect larger-capacity areas.

For smaller disinfecting jobs, a battery-powered, handheld device like the Clorox® TurboPro™ Handheld Electrostatic Sprayer is great for moments when quick disinfection is needed.

To learn more about the Clorox® electrostatic device and chemistry portfolio, see the product catalog and highlights resource above.

Expert Advice

  • 5 Quick Tips for Electrostatic Spraying Success in Healthcare Settings

    Emily Rosenberg, MPH, Senior Scientist, Clinical and Scientific Affairs, CloroxPro and Clorox Healthcare
    Electrostatic Technology Healthcare
    The world of touchless disinfection is growing quickly and there is a lot of varying information available. Taking on a new technology can be daunting. Maybe you have done your homework and you are interested in adding electrostatic sprayers at your facility. Or maybe you have already added them in and still have questions.

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  • Breaking Down Electrostatic Technology: Everything You Need to Know

    Ben Walker, Chief Strategy Officer, ManageMen, Inc., Cleaning Industry Expert
    Electrostatic Technology Non-Healthcare
    When the COVID-19 pandemic began, cleaning and disinfection became top of mind for facilities and the people who occupy those spaces. Many facilities are now required to incorporate daily disinfection into their routine cleaning practice, which often means adding additional frequencies, labor, products and technologies to their operations. Electrostatic sprayers are one such technology that [...]

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  • Making Sense of Ultraviolet Devices and Electrostatic Disinfecting Technologies

    Hudson Garrett Jr., PhD, MSN, MPH, MBA, FNP-BC, CPHQ, PLNC, AS-BC, IP-BC, CDONA, FACDONA, VA-BC™, CFER, CPPS, NREMT, FACDONA, FAAPM, FNAP, University of Louisville School of Medicine
    Electrostatic Technology Healthcare
    The dynamics of healthcare disinfection are constantly changing, especially as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Given the large volume of environmental surfaces that can become contaminated during the routine delivery of clinical care, healthcare facilities are constantly evaluating the most efficient solutions for large-scale disinfection. There are multiple different modalities that healthcare providers [...]

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