Germiled remains open for business, following Covid secure policies already in place.
UV-C needs to be powerful in order to eliminate Viruses and Bacteria. Therefore UV-C light under long exposure can be harmful to the eyes and skin. This is why we have put in motion sensors into our Germiled to make sure the light switches off when detecting movement. For more details on the safety procedure and how to use the Germiled please visit the about page or use our contact form.
UVC is a germicide. Meaning it has been well researched into its effect on killing germs. Its wide, successful reputation has proved so successful it has been used in medicine for years. For more research or links to scientific papers on the effects of UV-C please use our contact form.
Germiled can be used as often as you wish; as long as the room is empty during the time of the sterilisation process. We recommend using the Germiled as part of your daily cleaning process, but there is no harm in using the Germiled during the day when the opportunity arises. Between meetings, appointments, or classes for example.
Germiled can be used in any home or business facility. We recommend changing the sterilisation time based on the room size to guarantee all viruses and bacteria have been eliminated. For a guide into room size timings please visit our about page.
Germiled supports a UK plug and has no internal battery. However, the lightweight design does mean it can be moved from room to room with ease during your cleaning process.
Germiled is very simple and takes little training to use. We have a step by step guide on our about page but a video step by step guide can be requested from the contact page.
The Germiled is perfect for businesses in the hospitality and care industry. High footfall public sectors are the breeding ground for spreading viruses and we as businesses must take the necessary measures to protect those vulnerable in our place of work. Care homes, Schools, Nurseries, Hotels, Office spaces will all benefit from the edition of the Germiled sterilisation process. It only takes one case to infect a room, it could be a surface touch or germs in the air but you can state with confidence that once your new sterilisation process is complete, your facility is safe to those most vulnerable.