Seal Shield’s ElectroClave for mobile device disinfection works with Zebra Technologies’ enterprise mobile computers

Testing with Seal Shield’s ElectroClave did not result in discoloration or damage to Zebra devices.

ORLANDO, Fla., December 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Seal Shield announced today that Zebra Technologies Corporation, a front-line innovator with solutions and partners that offer a performance advantage, has selected Seal Shield’s ElectroClave for disinfecting enterprise-class mobile devices from Zebra approved. The Seal Shield ElectroClave has undergone extensive testing by Zebra to confirm the durability and performance of mobile devices when disinfected by UV-C exposure. Zebra’s internal testing confirmed that Seal Shield’s ElectroClave disinfected select mobile devices and tablets with no discoloration or fading of plastics and no damage to surface or functionality.

What allows the ElectroClave to disinfect equipment without causing discoloration or material damage is that the ElectroClave uses LEDs that produce a narrow UV-C spectrum, as opposed to mercury lamp disinfection systems that use a UV-C dose with generate a broad spectrum, which leads to material degradation. In a recent study by Dr. Norman Horn, “UV-C Degradation of Plastics: Comparison of ElectroClave LEDs versus Low-Pressure Mercury Lamp,” experiments were conducted on device plastics exposed to UV-C light from a low-pressure mercury lamp. The results concluded that the device’s plastic yellowed noticeably after prolonged exposure to UV damage from low-pressure mercury lamps. Mechanically, the device plastic lost considerable tensile strength due to the formation of microcracks. The same test was performed using the LED-based ElectroClave. The results showed that there were no visual differences in the device plastics such as discoloration, crazing or loss of tear strength.

“As Zebra continues to address the mobility needs of our customers, we have seen an increasing demand for disinfection solutions for our enterprise-class mobile computers and tablets,” said Julia Johnson, Vice President and General Manager of Zebra’s Enterprise Mobile Computing Division. “Our comprehensive testing procedures included accelerated exposure tests that confirmed that Seal Shield’s UV-C technology did not discolor or damage our healthcare-specific mobile computers and tablets.”

Seal Shield’s ElectroClave is an unrivaled UV-C disinfection system that provides 360 degree disinfection of mobile devices and high-touch items with 0% material degradation and zero ozone emissions. The ElectroClave is 99.9% effective against: Staphylococcus, Escherichia coli, MRSA and CRE on hard, non-porous surfaces such as. B. mobile computers, scanners and tablets.

Contact for more information Alyssa GronkoSeal Shield Store Manager: 904.800.7312 [email protected]

SOURCE Seal Shield LLC

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