Seal Shield LLC Introduces the SKY Family of UV-C Sanitizers

Seal Shield LLC announces that it demonstrated its SKY™ family of UV-C Sanitizers at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) recently. The SKY™ is designed to kill more than 99.95 percent of pathogens in less than 30 seconds. Designed for use in hospitals to protect patients and practitioners from dangerous cross contamination, the Sky is also the perfect solution for mobile retailers and IT/MIS professionals who service and support mobile devices of unknown or dubious origins.
  
Tablet computers and smart phones have been proven to harbor harmful bacteria and viruses. A study published in the Journal of Applied Microbiology warns that "20 to 30 percent of viruses can be readily transferred from a fingertip to a glass surface, like that on a touch screen."
  
"Mobile device hygiene is imperative in today's pathogen rich environments. SKY™ was designed to be easy to use, and it can safely disinfect virtually any mobile device in under 30 seconds," says Seal Shield CEO Brad Whitchurch.
  
The SKY™ UVC sanitizers use high intensity, 254 nanometer UVC light, at close proximity of less than 60 thousandths of an inch, to thoroughly disinfect a tablet or smart phone and achieve up to a 6 log reduction in pathogens such as MRSA, VRE, MDR-Gram negative organisms, norovirus and C. diff.
  
The Seal Shield SKY™ is currently available in two models. The SKY™ 6Xi features a horizontal orientation, ideal for desktop applications. The SKY™ 7Xi features vertical orientation and can be wall mounted or placed on a mobile cart. The SKY™ sanitizers are the latest additions to Seal Shield's family of UV infection prevention devices which include the ElectroClave™ and MoonBean™ UV-C sanitizers.
  
Seal Shield designs, develops and manufactures medical grade, infection prevention technology for hospitals and the home including UV-C sanitizers, air purification systems, antimicrobial products, waterproof keyboards, computer mice and TV remote controls.
  
Source: Seal Shield LLC

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