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DAC Technologies Introduces DAC UV-Sanitizer

It has been used in over 700 hospitals nationwide for several years.

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DAC UV Sanitizer

(PRESS RELEASE) GARLAND, TX — DAC Technologies introduces DAC-UV Sanitizer, a compact-size tabletop unit that uses UV-C technology to kill more than 99.9% of viruses, bacteria and bacterial spores in 55 seconds. This proven sanitizer has been used in over 700 hospitals nationwide for several years and tested for disinfection effectiveness in an FDA-approved facility. The DAC UV-Sanitizer was also named to the 2020 list of Best Infection Protection Products by Newsweek Magazine and the Leapfrog Group. It was the only tabletop germicidal enclosure named to the list.

The patented technology and design is based on Dr. Wayne Clark’s innovative UV enhancement or photon trap technology that permits the use of relatively low power UV-C sources to achieve high-microbial killing levels. The increased irradiation of the device’s 200mJ/cm2 UV-C dose produces a disinfection rate of up to 99.999%. In addition, the enclosed reflective inner chamber design provides a more uniform and consistent dose application compared to handheld UV devices.

This safe, easy-to-use, one-button-operation unit sanitizes eyeglasses, frames, sunglasses, mobile phones, tablets, masks, keys, pens, as well as dispensing tools like pliers, screwdrivers and more.

The DAC UV-Sanitizer comes with a two-year warranty and technical support. It is also UL-certified for UV and electrical safety. For more information call 800.800.1550 or email [email protected]

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