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Changing room disinfects itself: umdasch UV-C Fitting Room

The joy of lingering and shopping at the point of sale has been drastically curtailed by the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic. The umdasch UV-C Fitting Room enables customers to try clothes, shoes & Co without worries. The changing room disinfects itself and the garments inside automatically via UV-C light.

The product innovation of umdasch allows a quick and safe disinfection of all clothing and surfaces in the changing room. With the UV-C light used, 99.9% of bacteria and viruses (including Covid-19) are reliably removed. Bespoke design is possible on request, as well as the adaptation of the existing changing rooms to the UV-C solution.

How the UV-C Fitting Room works

The shop employee starts the sterilization process by double locking the door lock and red light will come on, indicating that the fitting room is not ready to use. As soon as the colour changes to green, disinfection is complete and the fitting room can be entered again. The changing room and the products inside are disinfected by the UV-C light within a very short time.

In case the door is locked from the outside and someone is still in the changing room, a motion sensor and a
manual emergency shutdown is integrated, which stops the UV-C radiation for safety reasons.

More information about the UV-C Fitting Room (including the product brochure) and other Covid-19 product innovations from umdasch The Store Makers can be found here: Covid-19: We help you!

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