Can Electrostatic Sprayers be used on aircrafts?
Electrostatic Spraying on aircraft is safe. But it's a fair question and a reasonable and logical concern.
Static on planes isn't good.
However, here's why it's safe.
Richard Chapman, UK Sales Manager of Ecostatics Global, had this to say;
'Even if there is static build up on a surface, once the electrostatics land on that surface they would neutralize themselves once they have lost the 2-3 second charge. I cannot see it adding to static for this reason.'
Also, Delta Air Lines, have rolled out the Victory Sprayer across their cleaning and sanitising regime.
The 3rd biggest airline in the US with 1,349 aircraft in their fleet, are using the Electrostatic Sprayers in their promotional material to encourage customers back onto their planes. The Electrostatic Sprayers are a key tool in providing peace of mind to their customers.
Whilst this video is factually inaccurate (it isn't fogging, it's Electrostatic Spraying using the Victory handheld sprayer), it is evident that Delta Airlines have approved this method.