Sprayair and Power supplies a range of disinfectant spraying machines that can be used in a variety of applications. Our electric sanitising sprayers are mobile and easy to move around allowing you to disinfect a number of surfaces in a single application. Our units are supplied with a spray gun (with fine atomizing nozzle) and extension as well as a 15m hose.  A direct immersion suction hose allows for the sanitising machines to extract the disinfectant liquid directly from the container it is supplied in, making it easier to spray any desired surfaces.

With our mobile spraying units, government approved disinfectants and other sanitizing fluids can be applied to surfaces quickly and easily over small, medium and large areas.

Our Electric Sanitising / Disinfectant SPRAYING MACHINES

Why should sanitising sprayers be used to disinfect surfaces?

Other than by human to human contact, contaminated surfaces have been shown to spread viruses and pathogens. Studies have shown that SARS-coV-2 viruses can last from a few hours to a number of days on surfaces that we regularly come into contact with.

Where should disinfectant spraying be used?

All areas that are visited regularly as well as where ill people may have already visited should be sanitised. Our equipment is suitable for the sanitisation of the following areas:

  • Health & Fitness Centers
  • Shopping Malls
  • Government and Municipal buildings
  • Locker Rooms
  • Public Restrooms
  • Hospitals and clinics
  • Schools
  • Office buildings
  • Public transport

Frequently asked questions - sanitising sprayers

Do you supply disinfectant material ?

We do not supply disinfectant material but we can provide you with the contact details of a supplier.

Is there any heating of disinfectant involved ?

No our system is based on airless wet spray

What types of disinfectant can be sprayed ?
  • Alcohol Based
  • Ethanol
  • Isopropanol
  • Water Based
  • Aldehyde
  • Phenolic
  • Quaternary ammonium compounds
  • Sodium hypochlorite (Bleach)
  • Peroxyacetic acid
  • Hydrogen Peroxide

When using any materials that contain Bleach, Hydrogen Peroxide, Quaternary Ammonia, Sodium Hypochlorite, Ethanol, or Hypochlorous Acid, the units should be flushed immediately after each use.  Most of these materials are highly corrosive and should never be left in the pumps longer than 15 minutes after spraying.

How much do your machines cost ?

Please send us an enquiry (on the product page) and we will send you pricing and info within 24 hours

Are you able to deliver during lockdown ?

Yes, we are able to arrange delivery with our courier after cleared funds are received (provided you have an essential service permit)

How long does delivery take ?

1-4 days depending on your location in SA

notes & safety instructions

  • Sprayers work on an airless spray concept high pressure not to be sprayed onto persons or    animals.
  • Wear correct PPE equipment when using equipment.
  • Follow all safety warnings with regards to equipment and material being sprayed
  • Sprayers are 230v electric and not generator friendly (DO NOT SPRAY ELECTRICAL OUTLETS)
  • We can ship sprayers within South Africa for the application of disinfectants
  • Flush the system thoroughly with water after use or during work interruptions. Ensure that no disinfectant solution is left in the machine after use.

Titan airless sprayers are proven to spray select solutions from the EPA’s “List N” to apply disinfectant to surfaces contaminated by the novel coronavirus which causes COVID-19. Airless sprayers provide high production rates allowing Remediation/Disinfectant contractors to get jobs done faster with better coverage.

Ensuring surfaces are free of germs and infection can be an extremely time consuming task. The development of the successful QT190S & QT290S airless sprayers is in response to this increasingly urgent requirement and provides a simple to use, self-contained solution. For medium to large areas that require sanitising.

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