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Category: Infection Control
Product description and innovation synopsis:
The Clorox Total 360 System combines electrostatic technology with EPA-registered Clorox solutions to quickly and easily provide superior coverage in even the hardest-to-reach places. Designed for efficient, comprehensive surface treatment, it is ideal for large and difficult to clean spaces in healthcare settings and can be used in patient-care areas, to disinfect wheelchairs and mobile equipment and improve hygiene in high-traffic public spaces. The innovative system covers up to 18,000 square feet per hour, achieving superior surface coverage up to 75 percent faster, using up to 65 percent less product than traditional disinfectants per square foot.
What sets this product apart from others available in the industry?
There are other electrostatic sprayers on the market, but where other companies sell just the device, the Clorox Total 360 System provides a comprehensive solution — an electrostatic sprayer paired with Clorox trusted solutions. Backed by the power of Clorox disinfecting and sanitizing solutions, the Clorox Total 360 System has the potential to significantly improve environmental hygiene in hard-to-reach and difficult-to-clean spaces helping surgical settings keep their facilities healthier, while saving time, money, and labor.
How does this product benefit the surgical team and aid in better outcomes?
In fast paced surgical facilities, infection prevention is critical and the efficiency and efficacy of cleaning and disinfecting protocols is key. The Clorox Total 360 System makes cleaning and disinfecting faster and more convenient, while enhancing surface coverage and reducing the risk that surfaces outside the line of sight and hard-to-reach areas like the bottoms, backs and sides of surfaces may be missed or insufficiently treated due to human error.