Sani-Spray - Electrostatic Spray Cleaning - Business Opportunity
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Start your Sani-Spray business, today. Business owners are struggling due to COVID. If you’re taking a huge hit, I’ve got a secret… start an electrostatic spray cleaning business! We provide you the tools for success. High demand, high margins. Learn more about the costs, benefits, and available locations today!
Sani-Spray - Electrostatic Spray Cleaning
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Sani-Spray - Electrostatic Spray Cleaning - Business Information
March Madness! Only through March 2021!
Sanispray is offering full distributorships for a 55% discount. **
**Investment = $1,795 plus a $250 monthly marketing fee to keep the leads coming (cancel anytime).
Earn money and help your community by starting a Sani-spray business during COVID-19.
We Provide You the Tools for Success
- Equipment: 1 Hand held spray unit
- Use of SaniSpray Log
- 500 Business Cards
- 2 Tyvek Suits, Rubber Gloves & Masks
- List of 500 Potential Customers
- 3 Page Website
- 3 – 500 Piece Personalized Mailers
- 500 Handout Flyers
- Education eBook
What is Electrostatic Spraying?
Electrostatic spraying is a method of applying a coating, cleaner, disinfectant, or other liquid to a surface by applying an electric charge to the liquid solution. Electrostatic spray technology was invented in the 1930s to improve spray disposition. It was popularized in the 1940s by the auto industry, where it was used to more efficiently paint cars and trucks. In the 1980s, the technology emerged in the agriculture industry as a method to apply pesticides to crops. Over the last few years, electrostatic spray technology has found its way into the cleaning industry as an efficient new way for cleaning professionals to apply cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants across facility types and surfaces.
How Does Electrostatic Spraying Work?
At the most basic level, electrostatic spraying works by applying a positive electric charge to a liquid as it passes through a nozzle. The liquid is then sprayed onto a surface that is grounded or has a negative electric charge. Excess protons in the positively charged atoms of the spray are attracted to the electron fields of other atoms, causing those atoms to become polarized.
As Coulomb’s Law states, opposite charges are attracted to one another and similar charges repel each other. In essence, this means that a positively charged liquid is attracted to a neutral or negatively charged target surface. At the same time, as each particle of the liquid carries a positive charge, the particles naturally repel each other, creating a wider dispersion. As the liquid passes through the nozzle, it becomes atomized into a fine spray. The droplets disperse from each other, becoming finer and finer, and seek out a negatively charged surface to bind with.
Electrostatic spraying provides a full, even coat of liquid across a surface. The droplets will cover the entire visible area, including the underside and backside of surfaces. Surfaces that have already been covered by the disinfectant will repel additional spray, maximizing the efficiency of delivery. Conventional sprayers use air pressure to break down the particles in a liquid solution. This leads to a high spraying velocity that can cause overspray. Electrostatic sprayers do not use air pressure in the atomization process. This leads to a vastly improved transfer efficiency, which limits chemical consumption as well as the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) into the environment.
From the Owner
"I’m seeing so many people struggling to keep up with regular billing due to COVID. If you’re taking a huge hit, I’ve got a secret for you…
It’s time to start your Electrostatic Spray Cleaning Business.
Local Businesses need Electrostatic Cleaning Services NOW more than EVER. You’re missing out on a HUGE opportunity to find work and help your community fight Covid-19.
Whether this is your last option before closing your business, or you’re looking to make a healthy profit, you’ll learn everything you need to know to offer sanitization services using EPA approved chemicals.
After 52 years in the Cleaning Business, I’ve never seen a better opportunity. Learn about how you can adapt before it’s too late."