Leading UV-C Disinfection Company is Now GSA Approved
Government Marketplace LLC assisted Advanced Ultra-Violet Systems with the solicitation proposal to obtain their GSA Multiple Award Schedule. AUVS GSA Contract Holder #47QSWA21SD0064. AUVS is the leader in UV-C disinfection products.
Essential to any comprehensive hand hygiene program, the enclosures including the KR-615-LG, commonly known as The UV Box, and the two models of The UV Cube, use a patented application of germicidal UV-C (254 nm) energy. Both The UV Box and The UV Cube have been proven by independent Virus and FDA consulting labs to provide greater than 99.99% disinfection of Coronavirus, C. diff, MRSA, Norovirus and other infectious contaminants on a variety of surfaces from handheld mobile electronic devices to personal masks and respirators.
All AUVS enclosures are based on the Photon Trap technology that AUVS' Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Wayne Clark developed to protect the US Pentagon from anthrax and similar bio-terrorism attacks.
The UV Box - Trusted by More than 700 Hospitals and Hospital Groups
The UV Box has been selected by healthcare facilities widely due to its proven efficacy, bult-like-a-
The UV Box, providing up to 99.995% disinfection in less than 60 seconds, is used to disinfect mobile handheld devices including cell phones, tablets, masks and respirators, handheld computers/bar code scanners, remote controls, radios, and personal items from eyeglasses to car keys.
Launched in 2016, The UV Box is currently the standard used in more than 700 Hospitals and Hospital Groups, as well as hundreds of physician's offices, dental practices, law enforcement and EMS environments, educational institutions, food processing sites, general industry, and offices.
The UV Box is the only Germicidal Enclosure named to the Best Infection Prevention Products list for 2020 and 2021 by Newsweek and The Leap Frog Group.
The UV Cube – For Larger Items and Higher Through-Put
The UV Cube is used to disinfect larger devices including laptops, keyboards, RF devices, and shared tools. It also delivers higher through-put for handheld items. Both models of The UV Cube offer 13 cubic feet of useful disinfection space and selectable 90 second or 5-minute cycle times.
The KR-31-CL features a computer touchscreen interface. The KR-31-XL features the standard push-button interface.
The UV Cube's integrated cart with industrial casters makes sharing the unit among departments easy.
Environmental and Bottom-Line Benefits
Proven to disinfect Coronavirus, The UV Box was used to extend the life of N95 mask inventories at the height of the Pandemic.
In addition to infection prevention, use of The UV Box and The UV Cube can reduce an organization's reliance on disinfecting wipes, which are plastic-based and pose a growing threat to the environment. The reduction in wipes usage can eliminate tons of waste annually that would otherwise be headed to local landfills. The company estimates that over its use-life, each UV Box can save an organization up to $17,000 in wipe's cost and reduce landfill dumping by more than 3 tons.
Advanced Ultra-Violet Systems (AUVS), an American company headquartered in Virginia with manufacturing facilities in Atlanta and Nashville, was established to leverage the significant benefits of UV-C in infection prevention. Working with patented technologies, the company's mission is to provide healthcare facilities, schools, law enforcement, government, food processing, food service, and other industries with affordable solutions to successfully combat infections and infectious disease. The company's products target hand-held devices and high-touch surfaces as well as airborne contaminants. The KR-615 germicidal enclosure – aka The UV Box - is the company's flagship UV device. The AUVS product line is rounded out with: The UV Cube; Rollie Mini-Bot; Ray Overhead; and Ray EMS for ambulance interior disinfection.
For further information visit www.advanceduvsystems.com or contact AUVS Vice-President Dave Rector at 201-406-9471 or via email at DRector@advanceduvsystems.com.
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