Cleanslate UV Range

CleanSlate UV allows staff, patients and visitors to sanitize their personal items (such as phones, tablets and badges) while they wash or sanitize their hands. This helps improve hand hygiene and reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.

CleanSlate UV Designed for the hospital

Simple, Effective & Proven

KILL RATE OF 99.979% IN JUST 20 SECONDS

CleanSlate UV Unveils Efficacy Against Novel Coronavirus

CleanSlate UV’s hospital-grade sanitizer uses ultraviolet light to kill bacteria and viruses on smartphones, tablets, barcode scanners, wireless debit machines, and a range of other portable items. The device requires no training, takes just 20 seconds, and can sanitize 3-4 cell phones at once. The chemical-free process won’t damage sensitive touchscreen devices, prolonging the life of devices.

  • 5-log reduction of MRSA in 20 seconds
  • Efficacy proven using same ASTM standard as hospital wipes
  • Sanitize multiple items at once
  • No screen-damaging chemicals
  • RFID-enabled tracking and complaince audting

**For more information on this product contact our Sales Team: 0161 330 0077**

SkuShort DescriptionPrice 
CLUV01
CleanSlate UV allows staff, patients and visitors to sanitize their personal items (such as phones, tablets and badges) while they wash or sanitize their hands. This helps improve hand hygiene and reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.
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CLUVWS01
CleanSlate UV allows staff, patients and visitors to sanitize their personal items (such as phones, tablets and badges) while they wash or sanitize their hands. This helps improve hand hygiene and reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.
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CLUV03
CleanSlate UV allows staff, patients and visitors to sanitize their personal items (such as phones, tablets and badges) while they wash or sanitize their hands. This helps improve hand hygiene and reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.
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CLUVWS03
CleanSlate UV allows staff, patients and visitors to sanitize their personal items (such as phones, tablets and badges) while they wash or sanitize their hands. This helps improve hand hygiene and reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.
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