Cartessa Aesthetics Introduces UVC Mobile Tower for Aesthetic Practices

The device kills 99.9 percent of bacteria, viruses, germs and micro-organisms. Photo credit: Cartessa Aesthetics

As aesthetic offices look to reopen, government and industry organizations have released a bevy of newly developed safety guidelines to protect both providers and patients. Cartessa Aesthetics, which sources medical devices, has partnered with a leading UV sterilization manufacturer to offer AltaUV, a device designed to help businesses achieve those new standards.

AltaUV is a hospital-grade UVC mobile tower, which can be used to sterilize a room before and after use. The stainless-steel tower has the ability to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria, viruses, germs and micro-organisms in a quick flash cycle and is comprised of 12 high-grade UVC lamps. The device also includes 360-degree motion sensors for automatic shut-off, as well as a touchscreen controller with preset and manual disinfection. The technology is EPA-approved and UL-certified. Says Gabe Lubin, Cartessa’s founder and CEO, “We are confident that the AltaUV will provide exactly this as well as peace of mind for today’s provider and patient.”

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