Why cleaning surfaces is not enough to kill COVID-19
Deep, manual surface cleaning is how the majority of facilities are disinfecting against COVID-19. It is effective up to a point - but it has drawbacks.
How UVC disinfection can reduce the risk of HCAIs in your healthcare facility
Healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs) affect an estimated 300,000 patients per year in England alone - and cost the NHS an average of £1 billion each year. Preventing patient infection from this ever-growing variety of mutating pathogens has always been a key priority for healthcare providers.
What is UVC disinfection, and how can it kill COVID-19 in your workplace?
Any business that maintains physical facilities for their staff or customers is facing an unprecedented challenge. Thorough, regular disinfecting to ensure the removal of COVID-19 from the space is critical to protecting the health of staff and customers, and to restoring their confidence in returning.
HYPERION® is a UV decontamination cabinet that can be utilised in a broad range of healthcare settings, including Medical Equipment Libraries, Hospital wards and Central Decontamination Units.
An Independent Monitoring System (IMS) offers full traceability for each decontamination cycle. All data is printed out in hard copy and archived to an SD card or network connected device.
How long does coronavirus live on different surfaces?
Coronavirus RNA was found on a cruise ship 17 days after passengers left. What are the risks of handling packages and groceries? UV disinfection is a fast, powerful and cost-effective solution that kills more pathogens reducing the risk of infections, leading to a cleaner and safer environment.
As the eat out to help out scheme sees people flooding back to restaurants, it is crucial to ensure that your restaurant is safe for both the diners and your staff.
THOR UVC® is proven to kill COVID-19 amongst many other bacteria and viruses to ensure a clean, safe environment.