Surfacide®, Waukesha, Wisconsin, has announced its partnership with iCleanse, Avon, Connecticut, to combat the spread of COVID-19 in hospitals and healthcare environments and help protect essential healthcare and frontline workers in their workplace environments. Taking a multi-tiered approach to UV decontamination in healthcare and hospital facilities, this partnership will provide chemical-free hospital-grade UV-C technology critical to safeguarding those on the frontline to help combat this pandemic.
The iCleanse product line consists of multiple device sizes, including the Swift XL and Swift 5X, which are engineered to control the disinfection process and adaptable to a variety of locations throughout the healthcare facility. As the exclusive partner of the iCleanse product line in the healthcare market, Surfacide will distribute iCleanse disinfection products complementary to Surfacide’s Helios triple emitter UV-C system.
“We are excited to announce Surfacide’s partnership with iCleanse during these critical times when healthcare workers need hospital-grade decontamination technology they can trust,” said Gunner Lyslo, founder and CEO of Surfacide. “Essential workers and patients need to be protected from viruses and bacteria that cause serious infections, including COVID-19. Our partnership with iCleanse provides additional key tools that are so critically needed during the pandemic.”
Chris Allen, CEO of iCleanse, added: “We have a huge opportunity to showcase the effectiveness of our product, while we are all in this fight together to return to some normalcy after months of fighting the pandemic. Partnering with Surfacide will greatly help in protecting hospital staff, patients and visitors as we battle COVID-19.”
For more information, visit www.icleanse.com.