SteriLocker Means Safer Facilities

On-Demand UVC sterilization for all in just two-minutes.

Harness the Power of UVC Light to Disinfect Wearables and Devices Simultaneously.

Destroy harmful germs on garments, shoes, and personal devices all at the same time in TWO minutes with our patent pending SteriLocker.

Problem

Pathogen Transmissions

COVID-19: The CARES act cost the US Government $2.2 Trillion

Garments, Shoes, and Personal Devices are proven pathogen transmitters.

We need safer work environments and facilities for our employees and customers.

Solution

Sterilux Systems

Practical & Easy to Use

With a two minute cycle time, the SteriLocker eradicates pathogens on a garment, a pair of shoes, and personal items at the same time with the push of a button.

Proven & Patent Pending Technology

UVC has been used for over 100 years in fighting disease and infection prevention. Our unique SteriLocker is patent-pending, and our first efficacy study was published in the Journal of Hospital Infection.

Benefits to Your Organization

  • Safer environment by reducing the instances for pathogen transmission.
  • Attract more customers when you can guarantee increased germ protection.
  • Pathogen Transmission prevention efforts also lowers healthcare costs for your organization.
  • Hire better when you protect your organization’s most important asset: PEOPLE.

Track & Measure

The SteriLux Systems mobile application features compliance tracking, usage reporting, and self-reporting maintenance diagnostics allowing your business to ensure compliance, gain key workflow optimization metrics, and to guarantee maximum germ killing effectiveness.

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Industry Applications

Although health care represents the most urgent need, SteriLux Systems is easily extended to other industries to reduce the transmission of disease.

News

Episode 4 of the MiDi Product Development podcast called “The Innovation Vault” discusses UVC Sterilization lockers as an infection prevention measure against COVID-19.
Estimated the annual direct hospital cost of treating healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in the United States