Electrostatic sprayers have been used in the agricultural and paint markets for years, and are designed to convert liquids into uniform-sized droplets and then apply a “charge” to each droplet as it leaves the spray nozzle of the device. This charge attracts the droplets to untreated surfaces, while repelling these droplets from each other and treated surfaces, enabling them to “wrap’ around surfaces or objects. This results in an even application (coating) of the chemical on surfaces, including hard-to-reach areas on the underside and backside of surfaces. These sprayers can help to improve labor efficiency while reducing chemical waste and overspray.
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