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Uvisan UV steriliser disinfection cabinet provides 360-degree disinfection to shared devices and equipment. Users get thorough and effective sterilising of various electronics and gadgets with our UVC disinfection cabinet. Make sanitising and disinfection a habit in the workplace with our UV disinfection system.

Recommended by Hewlett Packard for disinfecting HMDs
Fully tested and certified in line with IEC 62471 and ISO standard
Laboratory tested to ensure maximum effectiveness
Disinfect laptops, tablets, headsets, and other technology, tools and devices
Protect your staff, protect your customers
No chemicals, liquids or heat required
Three sizes available
Safe and easy to use
Short cleaning cycles
Secure Magnetic RingLock™ Technology
Inbuilt charging station allows simultaneous charging and disinfection

UV-C Disinfection: How it Works


Three-in-one functionality; Safe & easy to use

Reduce Cost

Reduce Costs and Breakage

Stop wasting money on ineffective wipes that can damage your equipment.

Environmentally Friendly

Environmentally Friendly

Avoid clogging sewers and drains with unnecessary wipes.

Stop Theft

Stop Theft and Device Loss

Securely store all of your devices in one lockable cabinet.

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Magnetic Charging

Magnetic Charging

Three charging zones. Magnetic end fast charging cables. Never find your devices without charge again.

Government Guidelines

Meet Government Guidelines

Pass government guidelines and become Covid Secure.



RoHS, CE and CCC certification. Earth leakage and short circuit protection


Designed around ease of operation and maximum efficiency


Load & Connect

Prepare your equipment and load it up into the cabinet. Use provided charging solution to keep your devices connected. Lock up and begin cleaning cycle.


Cleaning Cycle

Use the integrated timer to set the cycle length. Press start and relax.


Ready to Use

Once the cycle is complete the devices are ready to be removed and used. Unlock the cabinet and remove the devices.


Uvisan Cabinet – National Health Service

Uvisan Cabinet – National Health Service


Recommendation by NHS for Uvisan Cabinets Uvisan cabinets are used in the below Uvisan Case Study provided by Julian Wright, Education ... read more

Uvisan Hewlett Packard

Uvisan Hewlett Packard


Uvisan is delighted to announce that it has been recommended by Hewlett-Packard (HP) as a supplier of UV-C disinfection equipment for ... read more


Does it prevent the spread of Covid 19?

It is scientifically proven that UVGI kills all bacteria, spores, viruses, protozoans, moulds and yeasts. The level of UV irradiance in our cabinets will kill 99.99% of Poliovirus 1, SARS, H-CoV 229E , H-CoVOC43, H-CoV 229E, Influenza A (H1N1), Covid 19 in under one minute of exposure to UVC light (*ref.: M. Buonanno, D. Welch, I. Shuryak, D.J. Brenner; DOI: 10.21203/ rs.3.rs -25728/v1), (*ref.: Tree et al. 2005), (*ref.:CDC, 2020) . By increasing the exposure, higher log reduction is achieved.

Can it cause radiation exposure ?

Uvisan cabinets are designed in a way that no UVC radiation can escape. This is reinforced with IEC 62471 Photo-biological Safety certificate placing Uvisan in the Exempt group – the highest possible safety standard. Additionally all devices are equipped with a door safety switch preventing accidental light exposure (in the event that the doors are opened during sanitisation cycle).

Is it safe?

Uvisan Cabinets are completely safe for all users, domestic and corporate. All the devices have CE, RoHS and IEC 62471 and are certified for Electromagnetic Compatibility in line with Low Voltage Directive. Additionally our manufacturing processes are in line with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

What testing and certification for health and safety does Uvisan have ?

CE, RoHS, IEC 62471, Electromagnetic Compatibility/Low Voltage Directive, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, Sterilization Efficacy Evaluation certificate.

Has a laboratory certified that it kills viruses?

Uvisan has third party lab certificate confirming antibacterial efficacy and are using medical grade UVGI lamps, which are proven to kill the bacteria, spores, viruses, protozoans, moulds and yeasts.

How does it work?

Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (ultraviolet C or UVC) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA. This leaves them unable to perform vital cellular functions. UVGI is used in a variety of applications, such as food, air, and water purification.

Is it environmentally friendly - I hear it produces ozone?

NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) defines a safe exposure limit for ozone at 0.1ppm. Uvisan lamps total combined production is very small – 0.07 particles per million (measured inside of the cabinet at the maximum concentration). Any Ozone that is produced is filtered out immediately and prevented from ever leaving the bulbs.

What can I NOT clean in it?

No living creatures are allowed inside of our cabinets. Other than that, almost every commonly used item which needs a surface disinfection can be cleaned. Metals, various plastics, cardboard, rubber surfaces can be safely sanitised in our devices.

Does it meet EU law requirements for this type of equipment?

Yes, it does ( CE, RoHS, IEC 62471, Electromagnetic Compatibility/Low Voltage Directive, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, Sterilization Efficacy Evaluation certificate)

Do you provide a guarantee / support service?

Yes, we have a standard two year guarantee and we provide customer support.

Can it damage what I put into it?

We have done excessive stress testing with various headsets and other popular electronic devices (mobile phones, tablets etc) simulating 1.5 year of standard usage. We observed no impact of the UVC radiation neither on the appearance nor on functionality.

Is there any fire risk ?

All the electric and electronic devices are protected by circuit breaker and RCD module. Also during normal operation the temperature inside the cabinet is in the region between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius. Additionally the cabinet is made of non combustible materials (mostly steel).

What weight can the shelves take?
10 kg per shelf is the maximum we recommend.
What are the internal dimensions of the shelves?

Small: W600 D350mm H200mm

Medium: W600mm D550mm H220mm

Large: W750 W600 H220mm

Height is adjustable – each shelf can move up and down by 4cm. Due to modular construction there is also the possibility of shelf removal. The standard vertical clearance between the shelves is 20cm, maximum clearance (with two shelves adjacent) is 28cm.

How is the machine calibrated so it always achieves 254nm?

It is specific to the lamp – an electric discharge produces UV radiation in a very narrow band (peak exactly at 254nm). There are also small “sidebands” produced in a visible range (over 400nm) – this is the pale blue colour characteristic to all UVGI lamps.

What is the shelf life of the machine? Does it always achieve 254nm over the life cycle? Is there an indicator for this?
Lamps offer almost constant UV output over their complete lifetime. For maximum security of disinfection and high system efficacy – always 254nm. Lifespan of our lamps is 9000 hours. With a standard working cycle (4 cycles an hour, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week) – annually this accounts to 693 hours.
What is the environmental operating temperatures?
What is the environmental operating temperatures?
The cabinets are designed to work in ambient room temperatures (temperature range 18 – 30 degrees celsius). Cabinets are not designed to work in wet or cold conditions.
Can the unit be left on overnight?
Does it need to be switched off after the cycle is complete?

No, it will switch off automatically after the cycle is finished.

What are its power requirements?

Small 200W

Medium 250W

Large 330W

Do you supply replacement parts?


Do I have to clean the inside or outside of the UVISAN cabinet - the door handles etc - is there any residue inside of dirt or viruses etc

We recommend dusting the cabinets with soft cloth as a standard daily practice. Outside of the cabinet should be wiped with 70% alcohol wipes.

Should a user wear gloves to remove items ?

We would suggest gloves are worn as an extra precaution to prevent contamination post disinfection cycle.