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NZ infectious Diseases Authority

Control of infectious diseases
and pandemic threats

Stopping the spread of infectious diseases

NZ Infectious Diseases Authority (NZIDA) aid in the control of infectious diseases and pandemic threats by carrying out spraying throughout NZ. 
We spray in hospitals, health and community organisations and businesses, wherever spraying is needed to fight against viruses of all kinds. We have an electrostatic sprayer and we call out to disinfect your premises. The disinfectant is specially suited to pandemic control of surfaces where people will be passing through. The sprayer works by applying a positive charge to the liquid being sprayed on the ground or surfaces being coated. Using the basic principle that opposite charges attract, the liquid would then be attracted to the surface, allowing for a full, even coat of liquid on the surface.

Download our Booklet/brochure for more details.

Electrostatic Sprayer PDF

The Electrostatic Sprayer

Electrostatic spraying is a method of applying a coating, cleaner, disinfectant, or other liquid, that involves applying an electric charge to a liquid in order to get it to fully cover a surface.

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Why Choose us

We provide the service of spraying contaminated environments to make your places safer and virus free so you can get back to trading or services quickly


We are committed to service of the environment and local business, hospitals, schools and public service buildings.


You can call us to get more information and to make an appointment.


Your privacy is valued and assured

Best Equipment

We have a the latest equipment to do the job.

Minimising the spread of infectious diseases in the workplace is important to keeping staff safe and well at work


Keeping workplaces and public environments clean

Key cleaning tips

As per recommended by

  • Schedule regular cleaning.
  • Use a suitable cleaning product.
  • Use disposable cloths, if available.
  • Clean air-conditioning units.

Regular cleaning of the workplace environment will minimise the spread of infection by reducing workers’ contact with contaminated surfaces.

Workplace environments vary greatly so it is important to consider your particular work environment and what is frequently used and touched by workers, customers and others.

Clean surfaces with a suitable cleaner and/ or disinfectant and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use. When choosing a suitable cleaning product, consider what the product is effective against and the length of time the product needs to be left on a surface to clean it properly.

Where possible, use disposable cloths to clean surfaces. Reusable cloths should be cleaned, disinfected and then dried after use.

Ensure appropriate equipment is available for workers to wash and dry their hands. Read more about good hand washing.

Ensure good ventilation

Enclosed spaces can increase the spread of infectious diseases. Employers should ensure air conditioning systems are well maintained. It is advisable that air conditioning systems do not re-circulate air and are vented to the outside as much as possible.

If the workplace does not have an air conditioning system, open windows regularly to get fresh air circulating.