What disinfecting chemical is used in the Vapor Adapter?
To adapt with the ever-changing times, many of our contractors have retrofitted their Dustless Blasting® equipment with a Vapor Adapter, which allows them to dispense a fine mist of water and disinfectant.
This phenomenon occurs when the active ingredient becomes attracted to and absorbed into fabrics. The science behind how this happens is simple: Quats are positively charged ions, and cotton and other natural textiles are negatively charged; positive attracts negative. This drastically reduces its efficacy(source).
On the other hand, the Vapor Adapter dispenses a fine mist directly to the surface. This preserves the disinfectant's efficacy, and lets you cover a large surface area very quickly.
See how one of our business owners disinfected 60,000 square feet in this case study.
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