The use of sprayers to apply disinfecting agents for the control of pathogens is common and widespread. We have available a wide variety of sprayers suitable for use with all common disinfectants, fungicides, viricides, bactericides and detergents.
Many of our products are World Health Organisation approved for the control of endemic disease vectors.
We have a range of disinfectant foggers, including an electric fogger and a powered backpack nebuliser for larger scale fogging and misting applications. The benefit of disinfectant fogging units is that they produce a finely atomised plume of fog entrained within a rapidly moving air flow. This can project the fog for well over 15 meters meaning large areas can be treated quickly and hard-to-access areas and objects are reached. Fogging is a safe method of disinfecting although, as with any spraying, it is imperative to follow equipment and disinfectant manufacturers guidelines.
For a wide variety of cleaning, disinfecting and sanitising applications our backpack sprayers come in 10, 12 or 20 litre capacity. These can be fitted with a variety of different spray nozzles, booms, lances and accessories making them a highly versatile spraying system.
For smaller scale operations, our hand-held compression sprayers are suitable for the application of most disinfecting agents including hydrogen peroxide and hypochlorite (bleach). They are made from chemically resistant plastics and have tough Viton seals.
Available in sizes from 1.2 -7.6 litres they are easy to use and quickly disinfect spaces such as clinics, waiting rooms, treatment rooms, offices and gyms.
For the ultimate in durability we also produce a range of compression sprayers manufactured in stainless steel.
If you would like to read more about the mechanics of spraying and how to go about selecting the correct spraying system, read our article Spraying for Covid-19 here.
To help choose which equipment is right for you, view our Equipment Table here.