Electrostatic Spraying

A new way to effectively and efficiently sanitise domestic and commercial spaces.

In light of the recent Corona Virus Pandemic it has never been more important to implement sanitisation measures to ensure the spread of Covid-19 is maintained and reduced.

By using air as a driving force and adding a product, hospital grade disinfectant, by a venturi effect.

The product is placed under pressure at the nozzle forming a constant stream of droplets 30 to 60 micron in diameter. The droplets are then finally passed through the end of the nozzle where they receive a negative charge from electrodes at the very tip of the nozzle.

This forms an interesting relationship between droplet and the target surface as now the droplet races towards the object at a speed of up to 75 times the pull of gravity. Here happens the magic, because of the charge and size of droplets this causes a wrap around effect where the droplets will travel under, over, around, inside to achieve amazing surface coverage, some 300% better than any conventional spray system.

The environmental impact of Electrostatic Spraying is easy to see. The use of less product and a reduction in the amount of product required to do the same job using conventional methods.

Chemicals that would be used to deep clean

Goldshield’s unique antimicrobial barrier technology provides unrivalled disinfectant armoury in the fight against infection and potential outbreaks. Goldshield’s molecular bonding technology is the world’s first water stabilized non-toxic prophylactic shield against bacterial contamination.  It creates a permanent bond with the surface to which it is applied and continues to disinfect for up to 7 days.

Goldshield kills 99.999% disease causing germs in 30 seconds.

  • Goldshield is trusted by:
  • The Military
  • NHS
  • BUPA
    Metropolitan Police 
  • London Underground 


Enviro Duct have access to a system that can quickly and efficiently sanitise an area where there is a need due to an infection. 

If you require this service please contact by email or telephone [email protected] or 01772 428073. 

Enhanced routine for

Coronavirus cleaning guidelines

These guidelines are designed to help reduce the risk of spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from contact with contaminated surfaces.

We recommend sites adopt enhanced cleaning processes, as it is recognised that our housekeeping procedures, whether provided by our colleagues or a vendor, may not be thorough enough to adequately reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission.

Site contacts/managers are expected to discuss these guidelines with their cleaning services or company employees (as applicable) and ensure that they are immediately implemented

It is also recommended that Site contacts/managers periodically observe the actual cleaning process to ensure proper implementation

Of primary concern for cleaning and disinfection, managers need to be aware of the occupancies and surfaces where frequent human contact might provide a reservoir for COVID-19. While each facility and operation will be different, the following areas should receive focused attention:

Areas of human congregation (including, but not limited to, offices, conference rooms, canteens/cafeterias, locker rooms and reception areas)

Hygiene facilities (including, but not limited to, lavatories/toilets, shower rooms, hand- washing stations)

Dispensaries (including, but not limited to, medical and first aid stations, emergency shower and eyewash stations)

Frequently touched surfaces for coronavirus cleaning:

​​Desktops and all work surfaces

Doorknobs and door handles​

​Light switches and dimmer switches

​Computer monitors, keyboards, mice

Tablets and laptops

​Telephone equipment

All chair rests and arms

​Canteen tables and chairs, crockery, trays and cutlery

Sinks, taps and kitchen areas

Toilets, including all surfaces

Water fountains and drinks dispensers and vending machines

Lifts and their doors and buttons.

Coronavirus cleaning frequency

The areas highlighted above should be cleaned at least daily and, if possible, between shifts. Sites should use a commercial disinfecting wipe, detergent and water, or commercial anti-microbial products. The general guideline is that the more people who contact surfaces, the more frequently that surface should be cleaned.

Internal or external cleaning staff will be responsible for regular cleaning of common areas frequented by employees

Provide disposable wipes or other suitable cleaning products so that commonly used surfaces can be wiped down by employees before each use.

Coronavirus cleaning of non-office areas including production areas, including shipping, receiving and labs

Many of our clients have specific cleaning requirements for areas of their sites., shipping and receiving areas, laboratories, and other non-office areas as dictated by specific requirements. These procedures should be maintained. In many cases, these procedures will include disinfection that will reduce the risk posed by viruses such as COVID-19 or other pathogens.

That said, existing procedures may not include disinfection, or may not include disinfection in all areas. In these cases, to the extent that these enhanced cleaning guidelines can be implemented without compromising quality or other production requirements, they should be considered.

Recognising that cleaning services may not frequent production areas or warehouse areas, site leaders are encouraged to work with operators to implement enhanced cleaning procedures in production, shipping and receiving, laboratories, etc., particularly with respect to frequently touched surfaces.

Personal protective equipment recommendations:

Safety glasses with side shields and gloves (non-latex)

Dispose of gloves after cleaning and wash hand with soap and water for at least 20 seconds


For general precautionary cleaning, detergent and water are adequate. Many general household products contain the appropriate concentrations of active ingredients (AIs) for disinfection of areas that are very likely to be contaminated with COVID-19 virus (i.e., bedroom of a person confirmed to have COVID-19).

The AIs and their effective concentrations listed below in Table 1 have been shown to be effective against known coronaviruses. In addition to the use of cleaning agents, other treatments effective against known coronaviruses include steam and heat treatment. As the COVID-19 virus is new, no study has been published on the virus. This assessment is thus based on published scientific studies on coronaviruses, a group to which the COVID-19 virus belongs.​

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Enviro Duct have access to a system that can quickly and efficiently sanitise an area where there is a need due to an infection. If you require this service please contact by email or telephone [email protected] or 01772 428073.

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