The technology that makes PhoneSoap so good at killing germs has long been a part of the cleaning regiment in hospitals. However, now there are hospitals all over the country utilizing our chargers. Perhaps they like the sleek and stylish design, or maybe they love that the technology they are using is really working. You can rest assured that the product you’re using is trusted by the best doctors around the country.
Hospitals and healthcare locations throughout the country are utilizing PhoneSoap to help fight germs in shared spaces. Whether it's disinfecting a personal or healthcare device, PhoneSoap strives to keep infection rates down wherever its products are placed.
UV-C light is already being used in hospitals and clean rooms throughout the world because it has been proven to effectively penetrate and disarm bacteria. The light will disinfect any surface it touches. PhoneSoap has adapted this technology to be portable and accessible to the average healthcare provider.
As technology has advanced, more healthcare providers are utilizing tablets, smartphones, and other devices. As doctors and nurses move from room to room, it’s not hard to imagine the spread of germs. Likewise, every individual entering a healthcare facility brings germs from the outside.
PhoneSoap offers simple, effective solutions that allow doctors, nurses, patients, and visitors a way to completely cut off the spread of phone-borne illness. PhoneSoap products have been used in nursing stations, waiting rooms, and NICUs. Our ExpressPro device is especially popular near registration desks, outside restrooms, and at nurse's stations because it kills 99.99% of germs in only 30 seconds.*
*ExpressPro has been tested by an independent, third-party laboratory to be 99.99% effective against E. coli, Salmonella, and MRSA at 15 seconds; 99.9% effective against C. difficile at 30 seconds and 99.99% at 60 seconds; and 99.999% effective against MRSA and Salmonella at 30 seconds. These tests were conducted using a modified ASTM E1153 standard for efficacy of UV light on general hard, non-porous surfaces such as glass, metals, and plastics. It has been tested on phones and tablets. Real-world results may vary depending on size, shape, and material of objects being disinfected.