Spray Disinfection
of Surfaces

HIGH PRODUCTION DISINFECTION APPLICATION

Regular application of cleaning and disinfectant solutions is the key to infection control. Wagner ULV sprayers maximize application speed whether you are spraying out a small multi-room dwelling, police station or an entire office building.

  • Airless sprayers provide high production rates to complete disinfectant jobs faster and with better coverage.
  • HEA® (High Efficiency Airless) spray technology delivers the industry best wetting with a large fan pattern with small uniformed droplets.
  • Wagner has the right ULV sprayer for the job with flow rates from 0.5 LPM to 3.0 LPM.
  • Delivers maximum ROI with high production rates, inexpensive equipment and ease of maintenance.
  • Proven to spray approved products by, Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) for use against COVID-19.
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Handheld sprayers One-gun sprayers Multi-gun sprayers
  • The power of airless coupled with the control of HVLP.
  • Easy to use and control with a maximum delivery rate of 0.50 l/min
  • Choose from several one gun sprayers to get the job done
  • Portable and powerful sprayers from 1.25 l/min to 2.0 l/min
  • Spray with 2 (or more) guns from
    a single sprayer
  • Utilise longer hose lengths, up to 90 metres
  • Hopper configurations available
Recommended Sprayers *

  • Flexio 590
  • XVLP FC3500

*Water based disinfectants only

Recommended Sprayers:

  • Control Pro 250 / 350
  • ProSpray 3.20

 

Recommended Sprayers:

  • ProSpray 3.21 (2 guns)
  • SF23 Pro / ProSpray 3.25 (3 guns)
  • ProSpray 3.29 (4 guns)

 

Where can spray disinfection be used?

Particular attention must be paid to areas in daily use, as well as to areas frequented by people who are or were already ill.

  • Locker Rooms, Bathrooms, (Sanitary facilities)
  • Office Spaces
  • Restaurants and food preparation areas
  • Education facilities
  • Public transport
  • Public amenities, entryways and public spaces

 

 

What types of disinfectant can be sprayed?

Alcohol Based

  • Ethanol
  • Isopropanol

Water Based

  • Aldehyde
  • Phenolic
  • Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
  • Sodium Hypochlorite (Bleach)
  • Peroxyacetic Acid
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
Office spaces Restaurants and food
preparation areas
Education facilities Public transport

 

For whom is spray disinfection suitable?

The Spraying of Disinfection solutions is commonly undertaking by the following groups:

    • Cleaning & Sanitation Providers
    • Health and Care Providers
  • Municipality Workers
  • Janitors, Commercial and Residential Facility Managers
  • Safety authorities: Military and Reservists

 

How does spray disinfection of surfaces work?

Setup

  • Tighten the connections on the device fi rmly and check the seal of the device with water before using it with disinfectant.
  • Evacuate the water.
  • Fill disinfectant into the hopper or place suction system directly in the material container.
  • For FLEXiO units:
    • maximum air setting with low material setting
  • For airless devices:
    • Pressure setting: 70-100 bar (Control Pro Level 4)
    • Nozzle selection: (recommendation 513, 311 for Control Pro)
    • When using other nozzles, the application speed must be adjusted
  • Apply disinfectant quickly and evenly to the surfaces according to the material recommendations.
  • Please refer to the manufacturer‘s instructions for exposure times of the disinfectant you are using.

Safety Instructions

Please observe the following safety instructions before use:

  1. Always wear the necessary personal protective equipment („PPE“, see safety data sheet of the device: gloves, goggles and mask).
  2. Never point the fluid stream at people or animals – there is a risk of injury.
  3. Thoroughly read the operating instructions of the machine as well as the safety data sheet of the material and follow the instructions contained therein.
  4. Do not spray any electrical devices and equipment.
  5. When using fl ammable liquids, the machine must be operated outside the room where the spraying occurs (danger zone = 5 m distance from the application area).
  6. If flammable disinfectants are used, sufficient ventilation must be ensured. Furthermore, no warm or hot surfaces are to be disinfected. If possible, electrical systems should be switched off and light switch operations prevented. There is a risk of explosion!

 

Checklist

ATTENTION!

The following points must be fulfilled before you use the device.

IMPORTANT!

Use alcohol-based disinfectants only with airless sprayers (e. g. Control Pro / ProSpray / SuperFinish).

Flush the system thoroughly with water immediately after use or during work interruptions! Ensure that there is no remaining disinfectant liquid
in the unit after use!

Legal, regulatory and normative requirements must be observed!