Moffitt Cancer Center Selects UVDI to Provide UV Surface Disinfection Technologies

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Moffitt Cancer Center, the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center based in Florida, is partnering with UltraViolet Devices, Inc., on environmental disinfection efforts to continue to offer superior patient care. Moffitt’s mission is to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer.

Moffitt, based in Tampa, Fla., has evaluated several portable ultraviolet germicidal irradiation products used to disinfect surfaces and has chosen UltraViolet Devices’ V-360 UV Room Sanitizer. The V-360 UV Room Sanitizer generates high-intensity UV energy and quickly disinfects surfaces contaminated with viruses, bacteria and fungi, including superbugs that cause illness and infection. Moffitt chose this system for its proven performance and ease of use.

“UVDI is proud to have been chosen by Moffitt Cancer Center after a thorough evaluation of the V-360 UV Room Sanitizer against other UV products,” says Richard Hayes, president of UltraViolet Devices, Inc. (UVDI). “Moffitt now joins a growing number of hospitals and health care providers who have already implemented the use of UVDI’s V-360 UV Room Sanitizer due to its superior disinfection performance aimed at decreasing hospital-associated infections.  Moffitt will be one of the first in the nation to receive UVDI’s V-360+ UV Room Sanitizer, the newest and most advanced version of the V-360.”

UVDI is a leading manufacturer and supplier of UV products for air, surface and water disinfection. Under the UVDI MED brand, the company provides hospital grade UV disinfection technologies engineered for the healthcare industry. Under the ALTRU-V® brand, UVDI markets a full line of products for the HVACR market designed to reduce energy consumption and lower maintenance costs while delivering cleaner, healthier air.  Under UVDI’s Sparks Technology™ brand, the company markets gas phase filtration products for use in commercial and industrial applications worldwide.

Source: UVDI

 

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