THE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE WAY TO CLEAN SURFACE & AIR IN YOUR FLEET VEHICLES
SARS-CoV-2 and many other infections have been proven to spread via droplets in the air. However, surfaces also quickly become contaminated in small, unventilated spaces such as in vehicle cabs. Viruses and germs can survive on surfaces for several hours up to several days. Therefore, effective cleaning is of paramount importance in vehicles with changing drivers and passsengers.
Common products to treat surfaces such as sprays and gels are aggressive and damaging, both to people and materials. Until now, UV-C devices could generally only clean the air, and have to be used for long periods to be effective. There is now demand for a new solution
that cleans the air and surfaces for the health and safety of your employees, colleagues and customers, all instrumental to the success of your fleet vehicle operations.
We have just the solution you need: The CabCleaner. In a safe, quick and cost effective way, it removes viruses, germs and bacteria from the air and operating surfaces – all while using no chemicals at all, simply using the power of invisible UV-C radiation.
Scientifically proven and certified
The CabCleaner is an air disinfection and surface cleaning system for disinfecting vehicle interiors. It is based on an LED lamp with UV-C radiation that destroys the DNA structure of microorganisms.
UV radiation has been a reliable and established technology for disinfecting air, water and surfaces for decades. Here, in the UV-C sub-range, UV light has an optimum spectrum between 200 and 280 nm for disinfection. The radiation is effective in killing germs, inactivating viruses and destroying the genetic information required for further propagation.
Numerous studies have shown that UV-C disinfection systems destroy up to 99.9% of pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses. It is impossible for micro-organisms to develop resistance to UV radiation. Even SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, can be inactivated by UV-C radiation, like other types of virus.