EPA Registration

The copper alloy surface material has been shown to reduce microbial contamination, but it does not necessarily prevent cross-contamination. The use of a copper alloy surface is a supplement to and not a substitute for standard infection control practices; users must follow all current infection control practices, including those practices related to cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces.

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Use and Care of Cu+

Antimicrobial Copper alloys are solid, non-porous, and completely recyclable metals that can be bent, formed, stamped, joined, cut and fastened to create durable products such as I.V. poles, countertops, grab rails, and other touch surface applications. No other solid, touch surface materials have obtained this type of registration to date.

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Objective, Evidence-based Research Supports Using Cuverro V Antibacterial Copper Hardware as part of a comprehensive infection prevention protocol Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI’s) affect two million people every year, resulting in…

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