HealthySole® is a UVC germicidal product used by hospitals and clinics to kill up to 99.99% of exposed microorganisms. This disinfecting device kills bacterial and viral pathogens on the soles of shoes and hospital booties within 8 seconds. HealthySole is effective against fungi and bacterial spores that travel on shoe soles. Manufactured by Detecto, a leading company in medical devices, the HealthySole PLUS System is a no-touch, hands free disinfecting solution to reduce shoe and floor contamination.
This infection control system reduces the overall microbial load in any facility from floor contamination and shoe transfer. Higher healthcare-associated infections (HAI) rates can be significantly reduced through this system that does not interrupt workflow or require additional staffing. The healthcare industry reports that the cost to treat HAI's is between 28-45 billion dollars annually. Instead of treating HAI infections, this infection control system helps to eradicate HAI infections. The cost to hospitals to combat HAI’s can be curtailed by the use of this device.
HealthySole uses UV light to quickly kill microorganisms that can migrate from room to room through surface and shoe transfer. HealthySole significantly decreases the aerosolizing, migration, or transfer of deadly pathogens. Studies have shown that this germicidal system can kill up to 99% of exposed deadly organisms on the bottom of shoes.
- HealthySole Unit
- AC Electrical Cord
Features and Benefits
- Clinically-tested by independent third-party laboratory with proven results.
- Kills up to 99% of UVC exposed germs and pathogens.
- Utilizes patented plasma stable and Plastic Encapsulation Technology™
- Disinfects without using harmful chemicals or gels.
- UV View™ top plate technology, elevates, reflects and refracts UV rays for best possible kill rates.
- Hands-free operation.
- Short 8-second disinfection time limits the interruption to the healthcare staff.
- LCD full-color screen readout.
- Resistive touch panel.
- Large countdown disinfection timer is easy to read.
- Low power consumption.
- Low-profile 2.4-inch-high stainless steel platform is easy to mount and dismount.
- Stainless steel construction for durability.
- Model #: HS-PLUS.
- Minimum Shoe Size: Women’s size 6.
- Maximum Shoe Size: Men’s size 13.5.
- Platform Size (with Feet): 17.2 W x 21 D x 2.4 H Inch.
- System Base Height: 8.7 inch with sight shield and feet.
- System Overall Height: 54.3 Inch with column, display and feet.
- Weight: 40 lbs.
- Weight Capacity: 500 lbs.
- Shipping Weight: 55 lbs.
- Display: 3.2 Inch (diagonal) full color TFT display, 320 x 240 resolution.
- Touch screen interaction.
- Four IR sensors located in the base (two for toe of shoes and two for heels of shoes)
- Shoe Opening Dimensions 4.375 W x 12 L Inch.
- Construction Materials: 304 stainless steel and mild steel construction.
- Power Requirements: 90 ~ 264VAC (47 ~ 63Hz) at 1.1A/115VAC (0.7 A/230VAC).
- Made in USA.
- UPC Code: 809161201802.
- Surface Exposure Results 97.35% exposure to UV light.
- Replacement Parts for Special Order (800-397-5899): Dust Shields (part no. 3300-0247-08, sold 12 per pack), UVC Lamps (part no. 3300-0248-0A, sold 2 per pack), and Ballast (part no. 6800-1077).
- Package Shipping Dimensions: 56 W x 27 D x 11 H Inch.
- UV Lamp Life: 1 year for highest efficacy.
- Warranty: 1 year.
- HealthySole Flyer offers the features and benefits of this disinfecting device.
- HealthySole Owner's Manual provides detailed instructions for operating and caring for this UVC disinfecting device.
- Clinical Booklet provides information about hospital costs associated with HAI's.
- HealthySole Clinical Studies contains results and finding from third party studies.
- Detecto Warranty offers detailed warranty information for the HealthySole Plus System.
- Wekhof, Alexander. "Disinfection with flash lamps." PDA Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology 54.3 (2000): 264-276.
- Cripps, D. J., S. Horowitz, and R. Hong. "Spectrum of ultraviolet radiation on human B and T lymphocyte viability." Clinical and experimental dermatology3.1 (1978): 43-50.
- Cutler, Timothy D., and Jeffrey J. Zimmerman. "Ultraviolet irradiation and the mechanisms underlying its inactivation of infectious agents." Animal Health Research Reviews 12.01 (2011): 15-23.
- McDevitt, James J., et al. "Characterization of UVC light sensitivity of vaccinia virus." Applied and environmental microbiology 73.18 (2007): 5760-5766.
Detecto HealthySole Review Video (6:45 minutes)
- Additional Information
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsNo questions yet. Be the first to ask the question!