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Revolutionary technology for germ-free schools

by Clean India Journal - Editor
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Can reduce absenteeism due to illness

There are more than 10 million germs on an average desk, harbouring 400 times more bacteria than an average toilet seat. Influenza (flu), rhinovirus (common cold), and norovirus (vomiting/diarrhea, stomach flu) are commonly found in schools, easily transmitted, and lead to significant loss of school time a month. On average, students in India miss 2-4 days per school month. As per a UN report, 92 million school children in India do not have recourse to hygiene facilities. UTIs are common among girls, because of the tendency to avoid urination due to lack of clean washrooms in schools.

School buses, classrooms, toilets and high activity areas (like toy areas) need to be monitored and controlled for mitigating risks from infections. With so many children in a confined space five days a week, illnesses can spread quickly.

EMist Electrostatic Disinfectant System Specifications
Model number Ex-7000
TruElectrostatic™ Yes
High-touch coverage 4,000 high-touch sq ft
Weight (loaded) 3.0 lbs (1.36 KG)
Flow rate 1.011 GPH, 3.827 LPH
Droplet size 76 microns
Tank capacity 8 oz (236.59 ml)
Disinfectant Any water-soluble
Cordless Yes
Polarity bipolar (+ and -)

To keep these outbreaks at bay, VIBASAFE’s Emist Electrostatic Disinfectant System and KRYPTON 222 nm Lighting are excellent options to maintain germ-free schools. These revolutionary systems are no-touch, cordless, and enable custodians to achieve active and passive infection control at all times.

Krypton 222 nm Lighting

Schools are looking for a reliable, continuous and effective solution to provide a healthy academic and work environment for students, parents, and staff. Krypton 222 nm Lighting provides a dual Air and Surface Disinfection for classrooms and other occupied spaces. This helps schools to showcase a more than serious approach for student and teacher safety, and brings a high amount of confidence amongst parents and staff.

Applications:

  • Schools, hospitals/corporate offices, airports, city halls, museums, theaters, amusement parks, bathrooms.
  • Airplanes, buses, trains,
  • Hotels, restaurants, food preparation and delivery facilities
Specifications
Operating voltage 24 VDC
Power 15 W
Expected operating life Up to 15 years (depending on operating parameters)
Optical output 222 nm wavelength (Far UV)

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