Automatically, Reliably Targeting Zero (ARTZ) microorganisms, using the proven power of UVC disinfection in the healthcare environment, is the goal of the ARTZ® 2.0 mobile room solution unit. The ARTZ 2.0 is a re-design of the original ARTZ 1.0, but now has faster disinfection cycles, a simplified user interphase, and the necessary document control features desired by our healthcare clients.
This customer favorite is used as adjunct cleaning technology from small patient care environments (treatment rooms and offices); Emergency Rooms; patient rooms after terminal clean; hospital bathrooms; hospital cafeterias and common areas; children's hospitals for enhanced play area disinfection, to large Operating Room Suites. The ARTZ 2.0 is found anywhere adjunct UVC disinfection is needed. The ARTZ 2.0 is non-intimidating and can be quickly learned by any user. It is less expensive, more efficient, and more effective than any other comparable mobile room germicidal UVC disinfection device in the marketplace.
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Here's what makes the ARTZ 2.0® so unique:
The ARTZ 2.0® can be controlled from the web-enabled device of your choosing (mobile phone, tablet or laptop) - so no need to worry about a lost, damaged, or stolen controller. Simply connect to the ARTZ 2.0's discrete Wi-Fi network and log in to web-based controls that offer cycle logging, fault logging, and lamp status information.
The MRS45-12 mobile UVC device is ideal when very fast UVC disinfection times are needed for small, medium, or large areas, including patient care environments, operating suites, nursing homes, emergency shelters, large exercise facilities, gymnasiums, meeting rooms, manufacturing facilities, and prisons / jail cells. The MRS45-12 is designed to accommodate all environmental service applications, and due to its user-friendly design, can be found "in all spaces."
This unit uses 360-degree motion sensors as a safety precaution and features twelve (12), 45" slimline UVC lamps for maximum intensity. System controls are located directly on the unit, which allows utilization of a touchscreen with 3 preprogrammed disinfection cycle times, and the option to manually set disinfection cycles times.
The MRS33-8 mobile UVC device can quickly disinfect medium to large-sized rooms, including healthcare environments, patient rooms, restaurants, office spaces, elevators, daycare environments, nursing and long-term care facilities, schools and universities, emergency shelters, exercise rooms and gymnasiums, spas, bathrooms, and shower areas. It can also fit into public transportation vehicles for quick disinfection and will comfortably fit in the back of emergency medical vehicles.
This unit uses 360-degree motion sensors as a safety precaution and features eight (8), 33" slimline UVC lamps optically centered around a highly polished reflector for maximum intensity. System controls are located directly on the unit, which allows utilization of a touchscreen with 3 preprogrammed disinfection cycle times, and the option to manually set disinfection cycles times.
The MRS14-4 mobile UVC device has proven to be a favorite solution for Emergency Medical Services, firefighters, law enforcement vehicles, school environments, restaurants, workplace areas, bathrooms, veterinary offices / kennels, and really all environments with a smaller footprint. It can be hung from the top or bottom mounting hooks, placed on desks, and easily moved around on rolling carts. It quickly disinfects surfaces at shorter distances and is equipped with the important 360° safety features that help prevent accidental UVC exposure. For ease-of-use it is equipped with a remote control for quick start, and with its high portability, you can see why the MRS14-4 has become a real bestseller.
This unit uses 360-degree motion sensors as a safety precaution and features four (4), 14" slimline UVC lamps optically centered around a highly polished reflector for maximum intensity. System controls are located directly on the unit, which allows utilization of an electronic timer with user selectable disinfection cycle times, and the option to manually set disinfection cycles times.
Our mobile room disinfection units, and the Blade handheld unit, are manufactured in the USA by American Ultraviolet. Since 1960 American Ultraviolet has manufactured more than 100,000 UVC germicidal fixtures that are safely operating in hospitals, laboratories, clean rooms, doctor's offices, commercial buildings, food processing plants and residences throughout the world – any place a concern for adjunct disinfection exists. American Ultraviolet is the leader in UV decontamination technology, and we remain committed to providing the highest quality UVC germicidal equipment at a fair price. We stand fully behind our line of mobile room disinfection units, and all of our ultraviolet light decontamination equipment. We offer full, direct factory support, installation, and training.
To learn more about mobile room disinfection units, the Blade handheld unit, and other hospital UV products, please visit our technical library where you can download and print literature.
Prolonged, direct exposure to UVC light can cause temporary skin redness and eye irritation. American Ultraviolet systems are designed with safety in mind and, when properly installed, do not allow exposure to UV radiation and allow for safe operation and maintenance.
The systems are designed to provide UV-C energy. No warranty or responsibility is taken by American Ultraviolet in regards to the process or efficacy of the unit as American Ultraviolet has no control over the use of the system. American Ultraviolet makes no claims to the actual log reduction of microorganisms as it can greatly vary depending on environment. UV-C is an adjunct cleaning method and dirt, dust, and debris need to be removed from surfaces before UV-C treatment.
None of the American Ultraviolet UVC products detailed above are certified, or approved under any applicable laws, as a medical device, and as such, American Ultraviolet, and its Representatives and Distributors, do not currently intend for them to be used as medical devices anywhere globally. Products have not been evaluated by the FDA.