In hospitals, schools, offices and even at home, the computer keyboard may harbor as many as 3000 microbes per square inch – providing the perfect launch pad for hitchhiking pathogens to begin an infectious journey from keyboard to fingertip, to patients, school children, office workers or web surfers at home. With multi-use computers the bad news (and disease-causing bacteria and viruses) travels fast. Estimates show hundreds of people can be infected by a single source. In hospitals the stakes may be even higher since the bacteria and viruses are generally more virulent and nearby patients less resistant to attack.

Now the VirWall Keyboard Sanitizer is being introduced as the first product capable of inactivating a vast spectrum of bacteria and viruses – including staph, strep, e-coli, MRSA, influenza A, Avian flu, influenza A(H1N1) and more… in less than 60 seconds.

The KBS-1 works by harnessing a unique application of UV-C light to deactivate pathogens with an easy, safe, uniform, single-use exposure that costs about one hundredth of a penny.

To learn more about the best uses of the KBS-1, the economic toll infectious disease takes in the US, how the VirWall KBS-1 came to be, the background of the experts at VirWall, and future products in the VirWall portfolio, feel free to browse our site. If you have questions, we’d be delighted to hear from you.