Protecting you and your students from harmful germs that can cause sickness and have other potential health-related issues is more essential now more than ever. According to experts, the human body is the biggest carrier of microbes. When you touch a surface like a laptop, Chromebook or tablet, it is possible to get infected with millions of viruses or bacteria within a few seconds.
You likely carry these harmful microbes with you and can spread infection to other people and surfaces you touch. Antimicrobial-coated charging stations with ultraviolet light can protect you and your students from harmful bacteria and viruses.
How Does Ultraviolet Light Kill Germs?
Ultraviolet (UV) lights help disinfect electronic devices by destroying most microbes without the use of damaging heat, liquids or chemicals. The ultraviolet lights kill microorganisms by damaging their genetic material.
How Do Antimicrobial Coatings Protect Against Bacteria and Viruses?
An antimicrobial coating can hinder the growth of all types of disease-forming pathogens immediately. Even if someone carrying a deadly virus touches an antimicrobial coated surface, the virus will not spread to that surface. An antimicrobial shield is a specially formulated compound that forms an invisible layer on any surface to inhibit the growth of microbes in a few minutes and shields the surface to inhibit further growth of microbes for at least three months.
UV light is shown for illustrative purposes. Under normal use, the UVC lamps will not turn on if the doors are open.
Harmful Germs are Prevalent on Laptops and Tablets… Here’s a Solution
Antimicrobial and UV protection charging carts provide a simple way to sanitize laptops, Chromebooks and tablets in classrooms and other educational environments. These charging stations use ultraviolet light to help reduce the presence of germs on the exposed surfaces of mobile devices. Timer-controlled germicidal UVC lamps provide disinfection without the use of heat, liquids or chemicals.
An Antimicrobial Coating Provides Further Protection
The exterior and interior of the charging carts have a patented antimicrobial powder coating with EPA-registered and FDA-compliant silver ionic technology. The coating is 99.9 percent effective in inhibiting the growth of bacteria, viruses, mold and fungi on surfaces. They meet the requirements of JIS Z 2801:2000, an international standard for evaluating efficacy in antimicrobial products.
Consider UV charging carts with antimicrobial coating to help reduce the presence of germs on a variety of devices, including laptops, Chromebooks and tablets.