Nobody can ever know how safe we are when it comes to harmful pathogens. All one can do is to make sure that the environments we are in have a maintenance and sanitation protocol that reduces the risk of contamination. This is true for everywhere we travel and for every environment we encounter.
When discussing contaminants with health professionals, the common phrase or point of view is "the reduction of risk". No one can ever be 100% certain of any protocol, but persistence pays off.
This is more true when it comes to sanitation regimens. Traditionally, facilities have relied on chemical protocols to clean surfaces. However, there has been a large increase in the use of UVC sanitation equipment to augment and strengthen these sanitation protocols.
Built around germicidal ultraviolet (UVC) lights, the GreenZapr and miniZapr disinfect surfaces with powerful exposure, instantly destroying harmful micro-organisms. From viruses such as Hepatitis, HIV, and Influenza to bacteria such as MRSA, E-Coli, Salmonella, and Staph, the miniZapr creates the ultimate benchmark for institutional safety.
In some circles, germicidal UVC is a new technology. Few know that it has been used by many other industries that now rely on it for sanitation. Developed heavily in the 1920s, UVC technology is now a dominant solution when combating micro-organisms. Air, water, and foods are treated every day across the United States to secure these important supplies safely and economically.
Designed by GreensGroomer WorldWide® the miniZapr® uses the power of UVC technology to destroy harmful germs inherent in many institutional settings. The miniZapr is available in two models, 18” and 36” wide. Both models have a base unit or floor module and a hand-held wand.
For UVC light intensity we chose to employ a powerful base reflector module with 8 proprietary, high energy UVC bulbs. The unit can be powered by an on-board generator (outdoor use) or through a standard 120v wall outlet (with a 50 foot power cord).
The miniZapr makes a continual sanitation strategy possible and avoids the high cost, repetitive chemical treatments. Over the long haul, the fiscal argument is clear — not to mention ultimate safety is addressed with such a simple, proven solution.
Compared to other sanitation techniques, the miniZapr is the most efficient, most cost-effective method available to the industry.
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