Historically, UV infection control devices have been the purview of hospitals, long-term care facilities, and outpatient settings. In 2020 and beyond, businesses everywhere are deploying their own infection control programs, and they are demanding faster, more efficient tools to audit and improve cleaning and sanitizing practices. "Hospital-grade" sanitization practices are now important for everyone.
Typical tools for medical facilities include using UV contaminant detection devices, or ATP Bioluminescence Array Kits. However, these tools require a user to darken a space or spray a solution onto surfaces to determine the cleanliness of air and surfaces. That's just not practical for businesses operating during daylight hours and with customers present.
SAIFE Scan UV contaminant detection technology will introduce a one-step approach to infection control prevention, mitigation and auditing. Now, a user can scan, detect, and identify contaminants on surfaces in real time. This makes effective cleaning and disinfecting more efficient by eliminating additional steps in the auditing process.
As just one example, Marriott International, with whom SAIFE has a working relationship, recently announced plans to roll out hospital-grade standards of cleanliness in its hotels. But they're far from the only example: spas, property managers of corporate offices, restaurants, daycare centers, and others have already agreed to purchase SAIFE Scan once it becomes available.
If you'd like to learn more about SAIFE Scan, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us.