Stop The Spread At Its Source.

Since 2008, Vioguard has been developing patented UV-C products to combat the spread of infectious diseases.


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How It Works

1 Pull out 360º UV-C glass tray.
2 Insert devices to be sanitized.
3 Push Drawer In.
4 Wait less than 30 seconds.

Sanitize in 30 Seconds or Less

Patented UV-Tech Helps Prevent the Spread of Diseases

Rapid Disinfection. Sanitize your devices in less than 30 seconds.
No Harsh Chemicals. Eliminate the need for disinfection sprays and wipes.
360° UV-C Sanitization. Fully sanitize your devices.
Guaranteed Disinfection. Vioguard’s patented dosimeter measures the appropriate amount of UV-C light required to kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses.
Clean Whatever Fits. Sanitize phones, tablets, smart watches and other high-touch items.
Proven History. Since 2008, Vioguard has helped hospitals and other facilities combat the spread of infectious diseases.

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Case Study: Effects of UV-C Sanitizing Light on Consumer Eyeglasses.

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St. George, UT 84790

EPA Establishment Number: 99547-WA-1

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