Many common infections are spread by hands from high touch surfaces
A 60 SECOND CYCLE MEANS
Eradicating Viruses and Pathogens
- Influenza A
- Influenza B
- E. coli
- Staphylococcus aureus
- Clostridium difficile
- Salmonella enterica
- E. faecalis (VRE)
- Vaccinia virus (VACV)
- Escherichia virus (MS2)
Keeping hard surfaces sanitized by disinfecting commonly touched objects
What Do We SANITIZE?
Every day, dangerous bacteria and virus cells are transferred onto high-touch surfaces and become easily transferred sources of infectious diseases.
Recommended use in High Traffic Spaces
How It Works
•Ultraviolet light (UV) falls into three categories, based on their wavelength and energy: A, B, and C. The TESER ACT units create UV-C – the only type known to be able to kill microbes
•UV-C light destroys the virus or pathogen’s DNA and RNA, deactivating the genetic material and halting the spread of the disease.
•UV-C has been applied in several applications over decades throughout the world for germicidal effects. Combining the knowledge and technology that is currently being utilized, TESER enhanced UV-C technology ultimately creating