Speck recently designed EX-7000 TruElectrostatic Disinfectant Sprayer for EMist. Used across aviation, education, facility management, government, healthcare, hospitality, retail, sports, and transportation industries, The EMist EX7000 is an effective and lightweight electrostatic backpack disinfectant sprayer. Compact in size, and a mere 14.9 pounds fully loaded, the sprayer deposits an even application of disinfectant, increases spray coverage and lowers chemical and labor cost.
Prior to COVID, most of the industries that today use an electronic spray for disinfection used a spray bottle and wipes manual application process of liquid disinfectants. Labor intensive, the manual method uses approximately 75% more chemicals compared with an electronic sprayer.
Speck Design provided mechanical and industrial design services for the second-generation EX7000 and EMist's basic technology remained untouched. Teams from both companies worked closely together, resulting in the creation of a well-designed and easy-to-use sprayer that reflects EMist's brand value, and a product that can be easily manufactured.
"The Speck Design team worked at breakneck speed to solve manufacturing issues and create a product design that reflected EMist's brand and values. The collaboration between the two teams was thorough and extremely productive," Speck Design CEO Michael Sprauve commented. "This effort is a good example of how Speck Design delivers specific design and manufacturability expertise. We also provide a broad range of end-to-end design services, from initial concept, all the way to logistics and supply chain capabilities."