Kärcher North America, a subsidiary of global cleaning technology leader Alfred Kärcher, GmbH & Co, today announced a partnership with biosafety company, R‑Zero, to distribute R‑Zero’s hospital-grade UV‑C disinfection system, Arc. Kärcher will leverage its robust North American presence to deliver Arc’s sustainable disinfection technology to more organizations as the nation reopens.
Kärcher makes powerful and efficient cleaning solutions for home and professional use. Founded in 1935, Kärcher has a simple innovation philosophy: innovation is what benefits the customers. Today, approximately 90 percent of all Kärcher’s products are five years old or younger, and R‑Zero’s Arc is the latest example of Kärcher’s commitment to helping organizations navigate the COVID-19 pandemic with breakthrough technology.
“Kärcher continues to look for opportunities to offer high quality, high performing disinfection devices,” said Rex Shull, Vice President of Product Management and Engineering at Kärcher North America. “When choosing a UV‑C partner, we wanted best in-class technology, ease of use and affordability — all features we found in Arc. Arc helps us to offer solutions that will not only help businesses open, but allow them to stay open in these uncertain times.”
R‑Zero was founded in the early days of the pandemic with the goal of making hospital-grade disinfection technologies more accessible, starting with Arc. Arc is a touchless, hospital-grade germicidal UV‑C device, proven to destroy over 99.99% of surface and airborne pathogens in a 1,000 sq ft space, in just 7 minutes. BLE and LTE‑M connectivity shares usage data in real time, providing organizations with an auditable trail of all disinfection activities.
In less than a year, R‑Zero’s Arc has emerged as a preferred market solution for a variety of businesses and sectors thanks to its accessible pricing, consumer-friendly interface, and scientific validation.
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