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The AUVS UV Box, is a germicidal enclosure was developed specifically to target handheld devices and other small items that are known agents of cross-contamination. that meets high-volume demands and the need to disinfect larger items. Disinfect more items in a single cycle including cell phones, tools, personal items such as eyeglasses and car keys, and more. Proven UV-C germicidal energy destroys bacteria, spores and viruses including Coronavirus. The AUVS UV Box takes just seconds to completely sanitize anything that can fit inside. The International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA) believes that UV disinfection technologies can play a role in a multiple barrier approach to reducing the transmission of the virus causing COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, based on current disinfection data and empirical evidence.

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The AUVS UV Box is targeted at mitigating surface pathogens, where it really matters, creating a safer environment free from dangerous pathogens at the source of infection. It has been proven by independent Virus and FDA consulting labs to disinfect Coronavirus as well as 99.995% of C. diff and MRSA (the most difficult to treat contaminants), and 99.999% of Norovirus in less than 60 seconds. UV enclosures are building momentum with activity and interest in the Food Services and Food Processing industries, Municipal Government, Law Enforcement, Education, Large Organizations and anywhere that infection prevention is a concern.

  • Effectiveness up to 4.5 Log, 99.99% disinfection rate
  • Produces a dose of approximately 200 mJ/cm2 in a 55-second disinfection cycle
  • One-button simplicity with no learning curve
  • No moving parts and aluminum casing to protect the UV chamber
  • Can be used safely, even in occupied rooms and public areas
  • Disinfect items including handheld devices (cell phones) and small tools

Uses no consumables and creates no waste, saving money and reducing the environmental impact