UV Locker for
Let’s face it….by the very nature of their job, first responders get dirty, and that might be an understatement. They get exposed to everything imaginable and a lot of it harmful. Whether they’re fighting fires, chasing down bad guys, or tending to the sick or injured, there’s more bad stuff than good stuff coming at them. But even when they think the worst is over, invisible evil forces go to work….germs. Bacteria and viruses that can live for hours, days, even weeks on some surfaces, transfer from one unsuspecting first-responder to the next simply through the sharing of tools, equipment, and electronic devices.
Here's the thing...
Police officers, firefighters, and EMTs are all heavily equipped with all types of tools, technology, and even weaponry required to do their jobs. Many of these tools and devices get shared casually or maybe get checked in and out before being put back into service. And this is where the trouble begins. Many shared tools and devices can’t be sanitized simply with a bubble bath. Electronic devices such as phones, laptops, and walkie-talkies, and mobile computers can’t be submerged in liquids. Other tools and sensitive equipment may be prone to rust or oxidation ruling out liquid cleansers. Superficial solvents and cleansers can be difficult to use consistently and effectively, not to mention the fact that these methods require exposing workers to solvents that they may have adverse reactions to. To make matters worse, prolonged repetitive use of some solvents on certain plastics or components can damage them over time.
Tools and equipment aren’t the only items in need of decontamination. Evidence rooms and lockers contain items and materials critical to law enforcement for the prosecution of criminals. They are also a breeding ground for dangerous germs carrying deadly bacteria and viruses. After successful DNA retrieval (if required), disinfecting the evidence would make it safe to handle without the fear of wondering where it’s been and who touched it last.
Enter the UV Locker. Irregular-shaped tools, mobile devices, sensitive equipment, weapons, and criminal evidence all fit inside with ease. Press the start button for a quick 10-minute soak in Ultraviolet-C light, and the UV Locker decontaminates all the surfaces. Consistently. Conveniently.
Keep employees on the job
It’s estimated that each year in the U.S., 110 million work-days are lost due to the flu alone.
Mitigate Healthcare costs
Each year the flu has a direct medical economic impact of more than $10 Billion.
Consistent, Effective Cleaning
Don’t expose workers to potentially harmful or irritating cleaners or solvent.
Using UV Locker For First Responders
UV Lockers are safe, easy and convenient to use. Operation is as simple as placing the devices inside the locker, closing the door, and pressing a button. A safety interlock turns the UV Locker off when the door is opened during operation. A polycarbonate viewing window blocks UVC light rays while still allowing visibility into the UV Locker.
The next first responder can use the equipment with the confidence of knowing it has been completely sanitized and that they are at a far lower risk of exposure to harmful germs. Make it a part of the standard operating procedure to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone.
UV Locker uses LED technology as opposed to traditional glass bulbs. The LEDs last much longer than glass bulbs, which are, of course, subject to breakage and contain harmful mercury. The LED technology used in UV Locker will result in a much lower cost-of-ownership over time, with less down time and safer operation.
UV Locker requires absolutely no training and setup is as simple as locating it on a stable surface and plugging it in. Just insert devices, press start, and wait 10 minutes.
Kills 99.9999% Of Tested Bacteria
UV Locker was independently tested by an accredited microbiological laboratory facility. The independent laboratory test report by TTI Labs shows UV Locker kills 99.9999% of tested bacteria and inactivates 99.99999999% of the SARS-CoV virus*. A copy of the lab test results is available upon request at email@example.com *Results may vary