Anticipating the coming pandemic, Pure Zone introduced its Pure Zone Charging Tower this week. It’s intended, initially, for use by the hospitality and healthcare industry, and in other public spaces. The Pure Zone station comes with anti-microbial engineering, a Purell® dispenser with data-collection capability. The Pure Zone Charging Tower is the latest in a line of charging stations and technology pioneered by Power Up, which has manufactured charging stations since 2008.
“Some of the latest information we’re receiving from experts confirms that cell phone users should be disinfecting their phones to help limit the spread of a wide variety of pathogens, including the coronavirus,” said Power Up Co-Founder Ryan Doak. “But unfortunately, there is a right way and a lot of wrong ways to do this. We’ve all seen people trying to disinfect their phones, but using alcohol and swabs directly on devices will damage and ruin their screen-protection layers. Ultimately, it actually allows germs to stick to the surface even easier. So that’s why the Pure Zone station uses a tray coated with antimicrobial film. It reduces 99.99 percent of bacteria, while the Purell® dispenser helps combat the spread of viral agents.”
Made from hypo-allergenic, stainless steel, the Pure Zone charging tower is durable and easy to clean, making it good for high traffic areas. The main servicing tray is coated with an antimicrobial film that reduces 99.99 percent of bacterial agents including e. coli, salmonella, listeria, golden staph, MRSA and pseudomonas aeruginosa (main culprit behind a wide range of nosocomial infections in hospital settings, like UTIs and pneumonia). Other features of the Pure Zone charging station include:
The Purell® Smartlink Integrated Monitoring System is an electronic hand hygiene monitoring solution that delivers volumes of reliable data to capture hand hygiene events in real time. It requires no existing location tracking infrastructure and can be enabled for nurse call and asset tracking in the future as desired. The station provides actionable data, customizable reporting and expert clinical support.
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