Billings, MT- Kart Kleen recently advanced their mission to protect the State of Montana by partnering with the Yellowstone County Sheriff and Detention Facility. Yellowstone has outfitted their facility with Incident Response Bags, as well as the new Disinfection Locker. With these units, first-responders can quickly and safely disinfect clothes, equipment, and other belongings that may become contaminated on the job. The Locker allows for larger items to be hung inside and external surfaces quickly decontaminated, helping protect both detainees and officers from harmful viruses, bacteria, fungi and protozoa.
Yellowstone County also decided to install an Entrance Model for their sally port. This model uses a conveyor belt to move items through the unit to quickly disinfect loose items as needed. Through R&D, the model has been modified to be able to disinfect detention facility beds as well. This adaptation will help to help reduce inventory consumption, as well as reduce use of potentially harmful chemicals and disinfectants.
Safety of first responders is Kart Kleen’s top priority, but the sky's the limit for this line of products. Tests performed by the company have determined that their UV light sources deliver sufficient UVGI (Ultra-Violet Germicidal Irradiation) dosages to inactivate 99.9% of most bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa, typically several times the required amount depending on the specific organism. In simpler terms, Kart Kleen is a highly effective solution that is dedicated to helping people and communities with microbial contamination problems in numerous different sectors. There are many applications within detention facilities, fire departments and sheriff’s offices. We are continually finding new and practical uses for the Disinfection Locker and Incident Response Bag, as well as continuing R&D to help satisfy other needs of our customers.
Kart Kleen, LLC., is based in Missoula, MT. Their mission is to enhance public safety through the disinfection of inanimate objects that can transmit viral, bacterial and other microbial diseases between humans. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 833-527-8553