Does your healthcare facility own a UV box that sterilizes smartphones and tablets from coronavirus? SPH Medical’s AUVS boxes sanitize though-to-kill contaminants, like COVID-19 in less than 60 seconds. Hand washing combined with the use of UV boxes creates an effective weapon against infection and cross-contamination.
What Can My Facility Put in the LED UV Sterilization Box?
SPH Medical’s UV boxes are ideal for small instruments, smartphones, testing equipment, and other smaller items commonly used in healthcare facilities. To start with, sanitize every mobile phone in your hospital or clinic, then consistently sterilize blood glucose meters, oximeters, nurse call buttons, eyeglasses, personal items, keys, shoes, wallets, and more. Pay special attention to hand-held items that typically get passed around your building.
The Best Ultraviolet Light Bacteria Killer
Our UV box is about the same size as a microwave, so it won’t take up a lot of space in your building. Place on any countertop where your staff will have access, then remind workers to use the UV box often. It should come as no surprise that smartphones and tablets are items that are the most contaminated since they get a lot of use throughout the day. Cleaning with a liquid product can harm electronic devices, while UV light is harmless to them.
Does UV Light Kill Viruses?
Testing consistently shows that UV light kills viruses, including the coronavirus; using our UV box is a first defense against the spread of COVID-19 in your hospital or care center. Our AUVS equipment is easy to use and takes just 60 seconds to sterilize items. Here’s why it’s the best UV LED exposure box on the market:
- Light and mobile, so you can take it anywhere.
- The rechargeable feature means you don’t have to have access to a power outlet to use the box
- Lab-tested and proven to kill 99.99% of the toughest contaminants hospitals deal with
- Our UV box is the least expensive proven solution on the market
- UV bulbs are protected and designed to last 50 years- and they’re guaranteed
Why Phone Wiping is Ineffective
It surprises many hospital workers to learn that in order to effectively sanitize smartphones and electronic devices, the entire device must be thoroughly wiped down and left wet for 3 minutes- on each side. In the 6-7 minutes that it takes to properly wipe a phone, liquid can penetrate into the device around buttons, causing the device to become damaged. Our UV box does what manual wiping doesn’t, making it the best ultraviolet sterilizer and storage box available today.
Contact us to request pricing on the best AUVS ultraviolet sanitization box for your healthcare center, hospital, or clinic. You’ll find additional information on all of our COVID-19 PPE when you continue to browse our website. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to us through our website or by phone. We are also a reputable provider of N96 surgical masks, with many in-stock and ready to ship.