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Intelligent Sanitising Solutions in Australia

Designed for healthcare and aged care facilities.

Simple, fast, and effective device sanitisation.

The average smart phone has 10x more bacteria than a public toilet†.

Clean hands should touch germ-free devices. CleanV has the solution. 

Empower Staff & Visitors to Sanitise Mobile Devices in Just 20 Seconds
  • Fast and simple. No training required.
  • Proven to inactivate 99.9998% of MRSA without pre-cleaning.
  • Touch-free device removal that enables proper hand hygiene.
  • No chemicals and no damage to sensitive touchscreens.
Infection Prevention for your Facility

From entrance ways to nursing stations, CleanV sanitisers are powerful yet simple enough to deploy throughout your entire facility.

The large tray can eliminate pathogens on a wide range of items, including phones, tablets, and barcode scanners, all while encouraging and enabling proper hand hygiene.

Trusted Worldwide

From key departments to full facility installations, CleanV has been deployed across the world, including in over 300 locations in the USA and Canada. 

Where to use CleanV 

Use CleanV in entrance ways, NICU units, during and after surgery and for visitors to your healthcare or aged care centre. 

These fast, convenient devices remove the need for messy chemical wipes and make life easier as well as safer for your team. 

We’re Here to Help.

As the leader in device hygiene, our team has the knowledge, resources and passion to help your organisation implement a robust device sanitisation process across your healthcare or aged care facility.

Book a free demonstration to see how CleanV rapidly sanitises devices and helps prevent the spread of infection.

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  2. Curtis, A., Moore, Z., Patton, D., O’Connor, T., Nugent, L.. Does using a cellular mobile phone increase the risk of nosocomial infections in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: a systematic review. J. Neonatal Nurs. 2018.
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