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Magnum Slayer 3.1 - Professional Cordless Handheld True Electros

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Magnum Slayer 3.1 - Professional Cordless Handheld True Electros

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Magnum Slayer 3.1 offers True Electrostatic Technology. The liquid electrolyte is positively charged by the high-voltage electrostatic generator. The liquid with polar static charge is pressurized by the diaphragm pump and sprayed directly from the nozzle. Electrostatic sprayers work by positively charging the liquids as they pass through a sprayer nozzle. This generates charged droplets that repel one another and actively seek out environmental surfaces, which they stick to and even wrap around to coat all sides, and avoiding all areas where droplets are already. The result is a uniform coating on sprayed objects, including hard-to-reach areas that manual cleaning can miss or be hard to get to. The technology also helps avoid liquid pooling often associated with trigger sprayers. Being that most surfaces are negative, the positively charged liquids are drawn to it, as like a positive and negative magnet- they are attracted and pull towards each other.

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