HealthySole Plus Footwear Decontamination Device
Recent research on contaminated objects conducted by the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) showed that floors and shoe soles harboured the highest concentrations of COVID-191.
With gravity, airflow and foot traffic continually transporting virus droplets on to the floor, the CDC strongly recommend shoe decontamination as a preventative measure1.
Kill COVID-19 in 8 seconds with HealthySole PLUS
HealthySole PLUS is a clinically proven footwear decontamination device, which effectively kills over 99% of viruses (including COVID-19), bacteria, mould and spores on the soles of shoes in just 8 seconds!
- Simple, step-on, step-off operation reduces the risk of cross-contamination through touch
- 8-second blast of UVC (Ultraviolet C) light on shoe soles kills dangerous organisms and destroys their ability to reproduce
- Prevents transfer of organisms onto floors and tracking into other areas
- Plug-and-play installation with no need for additional staff or cost to operate
- Disinfects without chemicals reducing the need for traditional disinfectants that can cause contamination through splashes and sprays.
How to use HealthySole Plus Footwear Decontamination Device
Step up, count down, you are done!
- Step onto the device
- Align your feet (Looking at the screen to guide you)
- Wait for the countdown which appears on the screen
- Once a tick appears on the screen, you can step off with confidence
|Touch Screen||Resistive touch panel covering the display|
|Shoe Opening Dimensions||12 in L x 4.375 in W (305 mm L x 111 mm W)|
|Minimum Shoe Size||Womens Size 6|
|Maximum Shoe Size||Mens 13.5|
|System Capacity||500 lb (225 kg)|
|System Overall Height:||54.3 in (1379 mm) with Column, Display and Feet|
|Construction Materials||304 Stainless Steel and Mild Steel construction|
1Guo Z-D, Wang Z-Y, Zhang S-F, Li X, Li L, Li C, et al. Aerosol and surface distribution of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 in hospital wards, Wuhan, China, 2020. Emerg Infect Dis. 2020 Jul [5 May 2020]. https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2607.200885