UV-C & CleanSlate UV Device Sanitation Kiosks deploying in Australia FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Deploying igus linear guides and high-intensity ultraviolet light (UV-C light), the CleanSlate UV system disinfects portable devices in 20 seconds to reduce the risk of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs). New device sanitation kiosks set to become the norm in Australia. ---- When COVID-19 hit
We're thrilled to be showcasing our CleanSlate UV device by offering complimentary device sanitisation for attendees at the World of Drones & Robotics 2020 to be held at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre on 12 & 13 November 2020. UV-C Sanitising Devices will provide an additional layer of protection.
Testing on human coronavirus 229E (HCoV-229E) supports a kill rate of 99.999% in just 20 seconds using UV light sanitation. Researchers at the University of Ottawa demonstrated that CleanSlate UV’s 20 second cycle of uv light sanitation inactivated 99.999% of the human coronavirus (HCoV-229E) without the use of any chemicals.
UV light device sanitisers use ultraviolet light to disinfect your phone and other devices to offer a second layer of protection against viruses and other harmful microbes. But can they help protect you from COVID-19? We're already used to washing our hands and minimising contact and understand that the best
Official Guidance from CleanSlate UV on COVID-19 Over the past two months CleanSlate UV has seen a spike in coronavirus inquiries. This accelerated following the release of a study showing that the novel coronavirus can live on surfaces (including smartphones and tablets) for up to 4 days. There is substantial evidence to
CleanSlate UV Testing on MS2 surrogate supports a kill rate of at least 99.979% in just 20 seconds. Testing and production scaling supported by a $300,000 IRAP contribution from the Government of Canada. Now available in Australia. KILL RATE OF 99.979% IN JUST 20 SECONDS Toronto, ON, July 9, 2020 –
There are billions of mobile phones in use around the globe. They are present on every single continent, in every single country and in every single city. We reviewed the research on how mobile phones carry infectious pathogens such as bacteria and viruses, and we believe they are likely to