Save Money
 

Save Money on Expensive Cleaners and Cost of Labor

On average clinics report spending $150 - $250 weekly on cleaning supplies and $450 - $900 on cleaning labor and deep cleans. Total monthly cost is $2,400 - $4,600. Save tens of thousands of dollars a year with UVCBOX Light Pro+.

Light Pro+ costs 5 cents for 200 square feet and 25 cents for 1,000 square feet per disinfection cycle. Investment into Light Pro+ can be recuperated within 46 days of use. A calculation for you would be: Cost of cleaning chemicals per month + Cost of labor + Lost time between clients + Additional deep cleans. Use the calculator below to see how much you will save.

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Calculate How Much You Will Save With UVC Light

Save Time
 

Save Time on Labor and Down Time of Room When its Being Cleaned

Another cost to your business is the time your staff spends cleaning. Thorough cleaning between visitors costs you lost revenue of room downtime between appointments. It takes 30 minutes to properly sterilize a room. Light Pro+ disinfects a full room in 5 minutesThe new regulations that limit the number of people your business can have on its premises has decreased your daily volume of customers. Light Pro+ allows your staff to clean much more quickly so you can serve more customers a day.

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UVC Cleans Everything People Miss

Just because it looks clean doesn't mean it is. A study showed that the best housekeepers miss a little over half of the surfaces. Normally we accept it as human error but coronavirus can live on surfaces for days making it very important to disinfect properly. Light Pro+ gets in all the nooks and crannies that people miss, it disinfects a full room automatically without any labor.

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UVC is More Effective Than Cleaners

Cleaners may not be as effective as you think. To properly disinfect a surface and kill dangerous viruses you need to leave surfaces visibly wet for several minutes. Some drug resistant viruses also developed a resistance to cleaners and disinfectants. UVC kills all viruses even the ones resistant to drugs and cleaners. While cleaners only clean surfaces, Light Pro+ cleans and disinfects both surfaces and air.

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Save Your Health
 

Chemicals Are Bad for Your Health Because they Produce Toxic Fumes

Cleaning is important, especially today. However, many chemical cleaners that you use to disinfect are corrosive to surfaces and can be harmful to breathe in. After cleaning, you, your clients, customers and coworkers breathe dangerous fumes that can stay in your body for a long time. Exposure to dangerous chemicals can have short term effects like headaches and long term effects like cancer.

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UVC Disinfects Chemical Free. Eco-friendly. Hypoallergenic. No Ozone.

UVC light harnesses the power of the sun. UVCBOX Light Pro+ uses a powerful ultraviolet light to kill all germs, bacteria and viruses. There are no dangerous chemicals, no liquids and no heat. No ozone is produced. UVC is safe and environmentally friendly. Disinfect any room, any size, any time without harmful fumes that are bad for your health.

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UVC is a Safe Disinfecting Alternative to Carcinogenic Chemical Cleaners

Over the last 30 years many studies have proven that exposure to toxic chemicals we encounter in daily cleaners plays a big role in the rise of serious health problems. One in three women and one in two men will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Chemicals found in cleaners​ such as phthaletes, parabens, triclosan and many others are carcinogens which cause cancer. Inhalation and skin contact are the two most common ways our body absorbs chemicals from cleaning products. Chemicals used to clean your business are very harmful to your health, the health of your employees and your customers. With the rise in demand for cleaners the market has been flooded with even more toxic chemicals that have harmful consequences. UVCBOX Light Pro+ uses ultraviolet light to disinfect. It is safe to be in a room immediately after it has been disinfected. UVC does not present any toxic hazard to humans the way chemical cleaners do.

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Number of industrial chemicals used in household items:

Number that have been tested by the FDA:

Number regulated by the FDA:

Last time federal chemical law was updated: 

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Used in Hospitals for over 50 years 

UVC Stops Healthcare Associated Infections

UVC became widely adopted in healthcare after it was successfully used to disinfect the air and stop the spread of tuberculosis. As hospitals started to see drug resistant viruses, such as corona virus, there became an even more growing need for UVC. In United States 1.7 million people a year go to the hospital and get an infection while there: 44,000 - 98,000 of them die from these infections. Hospitals that use UVC are dropping HAI rates by up to 99%.

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Hospitals that don't use UVC

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Hospitals that use UVC

Save Your Surfaces
 

Cleaners are Corrosive to Surfaces UVC is Safe for Equipment and Upholstery

Most cleaners contain corrosive ingredients such as sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite which over time will damage your surfaces, upholstery and equipment. UVC is one of the safest and most effective methods for disinfecting. UVC was first used to disinfect surfaces in 1877, for water in 1910 and for air in 1935. Today, UVC is used in banks, airports, public transportation and many other high traffic areas to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

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