The Sanisprayers are based on output. HP10 - 5 Gallons or Less every week (Home Use Only), HP20's - 15 Gallons or less every week, HP65 - 50 Gallons or less every week, HP130 - 100 Gallons or Less every week
What sprayer do you recommend based on application, square footage, usage, etc.?
What is dwell time?
Dwell time, or contact time, is the amount of time disinfectants need to remain wet on surfaces to properly disinfect. This is an important consideration when purchasing cleaning supplies and equipment for fighting coronavirus.
Why can't I just use a paint sprayer and what makes the Sanispray different?
Standard paint sprayers do not have compatible internals to prevent corrosion, rust or failure from the use of different types of disinfectant liquids.
Is there any specail training?, do I have to be certified?
There is no special training or certification inquired however you must know proper coverage and dwell times of the disinfectant your are applying in order to have proper sanitation.
What disinfectants can I use with these sprayers?
Compatible with List-N disinfectants that meet Health Canada's criteria for use against SARS-Cov-2, the novel coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19.
The HP10 and HP20 Corded models can't be used with Alcohol based disinfectants.
What is the Warranty on the Sprayers?
Limited 90-Day Parts-only replacement warranty. Due to the sensitive nature of the environment these products will be sed in, there are no returns available.