Fixed-mount light. Ultra-fast UV disinfection.

The RD-Fx™ Fixed Mount System delivers an ultra-fast, properly effective UV dose for killing harmful pathogens when disinfecting your dental office, or any other space – without having to be moved or positioned with each use. With the RD-Fx™ Fixed Mount System, rooms can be disinfected between patient cases in as little as 2 minutes.

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Simple and Powerful.

Operation of the ceiling-mounted RD-Fx™ Fixed Mount System is simple and it does not have to be moved or positioned with each use. Its powerful, cloud-based reporting system – uniquely configured for your space by our Steriliz UVC experts – provides unrivaled accountability and compliance reporting.

After each procedure, complete a manual clean like you normally would do. Exit the room, close the door, enter a user-specific PIN, select the dose desired (if you have programmed multiple doses, i.e., COVID-19, MRSA, C.diff, etc.), and press Start to begin the disinfection cycle. The display shows a countdown and indicates when the process is complete. Disinfection data (room, date, time, user, duration, delivered dose, etc.) is posted to your cloud portal in real time. When completed, the room is immediately available for your next patient. It’s that simple.

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RD-Fx™ Fixed Mount System key features include:

Fixed-Location Placement

One-time, initial installation – by any licensed electrician using the RD-Fx™ UVC Installation Manual and Steriliz team support – means there’s no need to position fixtures with each use. Light fixtures are mounted to the wall or ceiling, depending on the room. Two RD-Fx™ UVC System fixtures are typically used per room – depending on the size and treatment time desired.

High-Tech Linear Fixtures

Feature highly polished, precision tuned reflectors to maximize UVC output and minimize treatment time, thereby keeping your room available for use more of the time.

Patent Pending Remote Fixed Sure-Safe™ Sensors

A patent-pending remote wireless calibration sensor ensures the total amount of UVC light delivered from the fixtures is equal to, or greater than, what is required to inactivate the targeted pathogen.

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Ultra-Fast Treatment Time

A location-specialized UVC dose is quickly delivered to target life-threatening HAI pathogens and disinfect an entire room with higher efficacy. Rooms can be disinfected in as little as 2 minutes, minimizing downtime between patient cases.

Real-Time, Online Data Capture

Critical information, including date, time, operator, room number, cycle time, and delivered dose, is captured via In-Trak™ Infection Control Software.

Touch-Screen Control Panel

The user-friendly control panel is located outside the room for safe operation of the system. Additionally, an e-stop button is easily accessible to stop or pause the system in case of an emergency.

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