The Victory VP200ES is the world’s first cordless electrostatic sprayer.
It offers the ideal water-based spraying solution for disinfecting, odour control and pest control in any health and clinical environment.
By employing patented electrostatic technology, the V200ES provides uniform and total coverage to all vertical and horizontal surfaces, with its all-round 3D ‘wrapping’ effect.
This versatile, portable and cost-effective system allows the user to work quickly and efficiently.
It maximises the performance of the selected liquid while covering a large area and removes the need to wipe down surfaces and objects after application.
The Victory VP200ES uses proven electrostatic technology for
- disinfection and sanitisation
- surface protection
- odour management and
- pest control.
Electrostatics means that an electrical charge is added to the liquid as it is sprayed.
This makes each droplet in the solution electrically stronger than the surface or object it comes into contact with, including the underside of surfaces and objects in shadowed areas.
The difference in polarity acts like a magnet, attracting the droplets to surfaces as they have a more positive charge within an effective range of up to 5 feet.
This gives the Victory electrostatic sprayer a significant advantage over conventional disinfectant sprayers and foggers, which are more time-consuming and use more solution but provide limited cover and less effective sanitisation.
The Victory VP200ES
Representing the next step in the application of water-based, touch-free solutions for disinfection, the Victory V200ES electrostatic system has many advantages over other, conventional systems.
The Victory VP200 is available hand-held (with a spray range of up to 6 feet) or back pack-mounted (with a spray range of up to 10 feet), both cordless and ergonomically designed to be easily portable.
With the flexibility to work at maximum efficiency for a range of applications, the Victory VP200 offers many other advantages.
Less cross-contamination since it does not involve physical contact from cloths or hands, for example, so preventing the transfer of bacteria from one surface or object to another.
Liquid adhesion due to the positive charge maintained in the solution for 2 to 3 seconds after application means that the droplets are not attracted to each other, creating drips or pooling, but spread evenly across surfaces.
Variable dwell times (the time the solution remains wet on surfaces) controlled by the sprayer’s adjustable nozzle, which selects the micron size that will maximise the effectiveness of whichever water-based solution is used.
Easy to operate controls, with simple switches and triggers, and a backpack and long-life battery that enable portability and continuous use for up to 4 hours (3400 MaH lithium ion battery) or 8 hours (6800 MaH lithium ion battery).
Cost-effective application by saving user time and minimising the unavailability of critical areas during the disinfection process.
Adaptability for use in a wide range of clinical and health environments – or application in any high-use area where regular and thorough disinfection is essential for public health and safety (such as hotel rooms, meeting rooms, public transport, care homes and schools).
Environmentally responsible sanitisation and disinfection through reducing the amount of a solutions needed while maximising its effectiveness.
- 16.8 volt lithium-ion battery – 4 or 8 hours continuous spray time
- lightweight and portable
- 3-in-1 adjustable nozzle for different particle sizes
- quiet operation suitable for any environment
- spray range up to 10 feet
- tank capacity 1.2 litres (3.5 kg) or 8 litres (12 kg)
- torch (at tip of nozzle)
- stainless steel grounding strip
- CE marked
Decontamination: electrostatic sprayers are used widely, often by emergency services, to neutralize a range of chemical agents, biological agents and toxic industrial chemicals.
Sanitation and disinfectant: with biocides and disinfectants for food-processing plants, cruise ships, planes, cargo containers, in agriculture, veterinary clinics, homes and businesses.
Insect and pest control: application of insecticides or fumigants in locations such as warehouses, maintenance, under buildings, restaurants, kennels, stables, barns, and chicken coops.