IPT (Infection Prevention Technologies) announces that it has released a major update to its corporate website, enhancing the quality and availability of information about the benefits of its family of ultraviolet (UV) light disinfection robots. The new website was designed to be more attractive, more informative, and easier to navigate.
Tom Kenny, the company's CEO states, "The updated site better communicates to prospective customers and stakeholders what IPT offers the market – leading edge, best-in-class products with superior technology and power. More UV power means faster disinfection treatments, greater pathogen reduction, and ultimately greater reduction of HAIs. The site refresh helps explain the features and benefits of our UV robots in more detail."
IPT's new website is content rich and better illustrates the industry-leading technologies that IPT's NextGen UV™ light disinfection robots offer, such as SmartDosage™ and the cloud-based Steri-Trak™ treatment documentation system.
Steve Fister, IPT's engineering director says, "From our inception, IPT has always had a strong product engineering focus with a goal to maximize the value proposition for the customer. Customers told us they wanted rapid germicidal UV disinfection treatments with an assurance of effectiveness, so we designed very durable, automated UV robots to do just that. The new website underscores our leadership role in providing advanced ultraviolet light disinfection technology and more importantly, the benefits of positive outcomes in healthcare facilities."
Kenny continues, "Website visitors indicated a strong preference for more product information. The more that end users understand about the benefits of IPT's UV robots like single-placement, whole-room treatments, the more likely they are to become a customer."
The website includes detailed information about the company's family of three germicidal UV disinfection systems: IRiS™ 3200m, IRiS 2280m Syndicate and IRiS 1140m Max.
Additionally, the site provides UV disinfection case studies and testimonials, including a recent hospital-wide UV disinfection study conducted by Clean Sweep Group that used the IRiS 3200m in 125 patient rooms for a total of 18,184 patient days, at Brotman Medical Center in Culver City, Calif. That study found that using dedicated, trained disinfection teams and the next generation UV technology by IPT reduced incidences of healthcare-acquired infections hospital-wide by 34 percent, including a 42.7 percent decrease in C. diff infections.
Source: Infection Prevention Technologies, LLC