Seal Shield Introduces Second-Generation Antimicrobial Keyboards


Seal Shield LLC announces the new SEAL TOUCH GLOW 2 Waterproof, Backlit Keyboards. The product features an integrated touch-pad pointing device and uses second-generation, LED backlight technology and the companys exclusive waterproof and antimicrobial protection. The Seal Shield SEAL TOUCH GLOW 2 keyboards are easy to clean; regular cleaning in the sink or dishwasher can help prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria that grow on frequently touched surfaces.

The SEAL TOUCH GLOW 2 has been created to help reduce the risk of cross-contamination and the spread of pathogenic organisms that cause illness, including norovirus and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Charles Gerba, PhD, a microbiologist at the University of Arizona, tested numerous common-touch surfaces and found keyboards to be a major bacteria harbor with 400 times more bacteria than the average toilet.

The Seal Shield SEAL TOUCH GLOW 2 combines Seal Shield waterproof technology and SILVER SEAL technology for antimicrobial protection of the product, making it dishwasher safe and resistant to mold, mildew and odor-causing bacteria. The keyboard is manufactured with medical-grade silicone so it can be easily disinfected with sprays or wipes.

The keyboard features an integrated touch pad pointing device, 24K gold USB connector, and Quick Connect USB cable. The keyboard are available in black and white colors with LED backlighting for low-light conditions.

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