Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Planning for the Safe Return of Employees and Customers Post-Pandemic

Across the globe, countries are beginning to phase into what will be their new normal after the COVID-19 pandemic. In the United States specifically, this includes allowing some "nonessential" businesses to reopen. Whether it is an office, a laboratory, a warehouse, a daycare, a gym, or a salon, extra precautions such as social distancing and symptom screenings can only do so much. Improving a facility's sanitation and contamination control is also key. ClorDiSys can help your company plan the safe return of employees and customers as your business reopens.

Ultraviolet light (UV-C) is an inexpensive, simple to use, chemical-free disinfection method effective against bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores. Whether it is in preparation for the return of employees and customers or for ongoing disinfection between shifts, meetings, or classes, the Torch UV-C disinfection tower provides a rapid and highly effective method to disinfect surfaces, components, room surfaces and common touch points to reduce the transfer of dangerous organisms such as coronavirus. In fact, the University of Nebraska Medical Center recently published their procedure for N95 mask disinfection using our Torch.



The Torch simply plugs into any standard wall outlet and contains eight high-powered, Teflon-coated UVC lamps to provide quick disinfection times. Each Torch produces an efficient UVC output of 12 mJ/minute (200 μw/cm2) to get a calculated 99% reduction of bacteria in 1 minute and spores like C.diff in 5 minutes making it ideal for the decontamination of all your company’s shared spaces including lobbies, conference rooms, cafeterias, bathrooms, and locker rooms.

Contact ClorDiSys to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus and other dangerous pathogens by calling (908) 236-4100 or email info@clordisys.com.

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