R-Zero Intelligent and Sustainable UV Disinfection for Schools
Ensure Safer Indoor Environments - Reduce Absenteeism - Increase Staff Productivity & Health
An AASA School Solutions Partner, R-Zero is making hospital-grade UV-C disinfection financially accessible to schools for the first time. Interestingly, UV-C light has been used to disinfect surfaces and the air for over 100 years and is the gold standard in hospitals today, proven to reduce the incidences of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) by up to 93%. However, until recently, this technology has been cost-prohibitive to organizations outside of hospitals.
Eligible for CARES Act, ESSER I and II funds, R-Zero’s flagship UV-C disinfection device, Arc, outputs up to 109% more germ-killing UV-C light than other hospital-grade competitors at a fraction of the cost. Arc destroys over 99.99% of surface and airborne pathogens - including coronavirus, seasonal flu, staph and norovirus - in a 1000 sq. ft. classroom in less than 7 minutes, without chemicals. The device offers efficient turnaround times and eliminates the human error associated with other disinfection methods. R-Zero also offers a CDC-recommended Upper Room UVGI product for continuous air disinfection in occupied spaces.
R-Zero is currently protecting over 600 schools in districts across the nation, including Clark County School District and South San Francisco Unified. Learn more.