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.
The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 survives and can live for up to 28 days on surfaces such as mobile phone screens and ATMs — much longer than previously thought — new Australian research has found. Key points: The virus survives on most surfaces for about six to seven days before
Details have been revealed of the trail of destruction left behind by three women who allegedly lied about travelling to Melbourne in order to get back into Queensland after being visited by infected woman. The owner of a Brisbane bar revealed he lost about $100,000 in revenue after one of
Major light-maker Ushio Inc. has recently launched an ultraviolet lamp called Care 222 that can kill the coronavirus without harming human health — the first of its kind in the world. The Care 222 UV lamp, which Ushio developed together with Columbia University, is expected to be used for disinfection
Visitors will be allowed in aged care homes and hospitals across Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan from Friday, the Health Minister Steven Miles has announced recently. The announcement that aged care and hospital visits allowed from Friday 25th September 2020 coincides with low numbers of infectious cases in Queensland recently. From