Mobile UV unit serves up protection for restaurants


Avtech Software has announced the North American launch of the new Mobile UV System, a portable unit that uses germicidal UV light to sanitize the air and surfaces in premises such as restaurants and hotels.

Avtech manufactures Room Alert, an environment monitor for business continuity plans. It is made in the USA and proactively monitors environment conditions such as temperature, humidity, flood, power, smoke, and more.

One of Room Alert’s primary uses is to protect the health and safety of employees, customers, patients, and tenants in the facilities it is monitoring by alerting to conditions that could cause issues, such as high heat and humidity or conditions that could lead to mold growth.

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With the launch of the new Mobile UV System in North America, Avtech is extending its ability to help keep facilities safe for the people within them by giving them the ability to supplement their regular cleaning routines.

Users simply move the Mobile UV System into a room, set a timer based on the overall room dimensions, and the four 36 watt UV-C lightbulbs in the Mobile UV System work to kill bacteria and inactivate viruses with a 99.9% efficiency.

No special training or certifications are needed to operate the Mobile UV System.

“Avtech has spent the last 32 years protecting facilities and the people who use them,” explained founder and CEO Michael Sigourney.

“Any organization that cares about the health and well-being of the people in their facilities will strongly benefit from using the Mobile UV System as part of their overall cleaning and sanitizing program.

“UV-C light is FDA-approved to help sterilize and disinfect surfaces, and organizations who implement it into their cleaning and disinfecting routines will show their customers, patients, students, and tenants how much they value the health of their community.”

In addition to Room Alert environment monitors, Avtech offers a wide range of digital, switch and analog sensors designed to help users monitor as many environment conditions as possible to help protect their facilities.

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