Public, high-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, handrails and buttons on a vending machine can be breeding grounds for bacteria and viruses.
Patent-pending UVend Technology makes the high-touch surfaces of vending machines safer by quickly killing or inactivating some of the most common viruses and bacteria, including influenza and the COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2).*
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Up to 99.9% Effective
UVend Technology is up to 99.9% effective against some of the most common viruses and bacteria.
UVend Technology has been independently tested by accredited third-party testing labs.
Kills or Inactivates Viruses
The purpose of UVend Technology is to kill or inactivate viruses and bacteria quickly.
Sterilize with the Power of UVC Light
Proven UVC Light Sanitization Technology
UVend Technology utilizes the same UV light technology used in healthcare organizations, schools, prisons, retailers, and the transportation industry. UVend Technology is manufactured to the highest standards by a leading UV lighting supplier*.
How Does UVend Technology Work?
For user safety, UVend Technology features an automated motion sensor and visible blue light. The motion sensor ensures no presence is detected in front of the machine before activating and the blue light indicates quick sanitization is in process, allowing the machine’s keypad and delivery door to be sanitized after almost every use.
Hear from UVend Technology customer, Todd Wiggins
*Disclaimer: Federal Machine automated dispensing equipment with the UVend Technology Ultraviolet-C (UVC) system directs UVC light onto the keypad and delivery door surfaces when the machine is not in use, killing or inactivating bacteria, viruses and other contaminants that might otherwise be passed on to the user of the machine through these high-touch surfaces. When used properly, UVC light is a proven, safe, and effective sanitization method. For more information about the proper use and effectiveness of UVC light as a sanitization method, please visit federalmachine.com/uvend-disclaimer.