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Intelligent Sanitising Solutions in Australia

A New Normal for Staff & Passenger Hygiene

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 & Travellers to Sanitise 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.
Ensure Better Hygiene Across Your Facility.

From passenger terminals to staff only areas, CleanV sanitisers are simple enough to deploy anywhere.

With a capacity to sanitise 430+ iPhones per hour, CleanV can stand up to the rigours of public transit.

The Trusted Solution for High Traffic Environments

From international airports to five-star hotels, CleanV devices are used around the world.

Ensure Passengers Know You Care

At Clean UV, we don’t just want to enable device hygiene – we want to encourage it.

From out-of-the-box signage to customer branded displays, we can help ensure that passengers and staff know that safety is a priority.

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 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.
  3. Pillet S, Berthelot P, Gagneux-Brunon A. Contamination of healthcare workers’ mobile phones by epidemic viruses. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2016;22:456
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