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South San Francisco schools buys 30 R-Zero Arc-brand UV-C units for $500,000 to sanitize schools

Astrid Casimire at Bay City News Foundation shares with readers of The Daily Journal the South San Francisco Unified School District introduced ultraviolet C (UV-C) technology to sanitize surfaces as some students return to in-person learning last week. Arc UV-C machines are hospital-grade, mobile disinfection units that emit a 360-degree span of ultraviolet rays to disinfect entire rooms. The machines can destroy 99.9% of viruses and pathogens, like the coronavirus, from the air and physical surfaces in seven minutes, according to biosafety company R-Zero. In March, the district purchased 30 Arc UV-C machines from R-Zero for over $500,000. Funding…
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