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iCleanse Announces Expansion into European Market


AVON, CONN.—iCleanse, a leader in chemical-free UV-C disinfection technology for over 10 years, announced that it has expanded into the European market with iCleanse UK Ltd, growing the iCleanse 40+ sales representatives across the United States with an international sales team in the U.K., including representatives in Great Britain, Wales, and Scotland. Currently used in over 100 U.S. hospitals, the iCleanse UV-C technology includes the patented Swift line of disinfection products for mobile devices and other personal items for use in hospitals, government buildings, and other businesses and homes to keep them safe and free of pathogens, such as COVID-19.

The iCleanse U.K. sales team is bringing this essential technology to Europe, starting with four representatives in the United Kingdom with diverse backgrounds from various markets where iCleanse units can be applied, including the TV and film industry, human relations, consulting firms, construction, commercial businesses, and other verticals. iCleanse UK is led by Sue Dormand, Company Director. “The UK team sees iCleanse products as leading the way forward to change the way people behave. We should all develop intrinsic behaviors that include being vigilant and following practices that prevent the transfer of bacteria, germs, and infectious pathogens which will help save lives,” said Dormand.

Christophe Sailly, EVP of Global Sales, iCleanse U.S., said, “This is a great step into our plan to grow the European markets where many key UV-C players have lined up to partner with iCleanse.” iCleanse products are easy to use UV-C light technology that kills infectious pathogens from electronics and other items. Just place your items in the drawer and close the drawer; press “start,” and in thirty seconds viruses and bacteria are wiped out. iCleanse UV-C units are lab tested, made in the USA and chemical free; kill Covid-19 and disinfect in less than 30 seconds, killing 99.9 percent of pathogens on devices and other items.

Chris Allen, CEO of iCleanse, said, “I am very proud of the addition of a team in the U.K. This is an exciting time to be part of the iCleanse team. We will be able to help companies and government entities remain safe and productive by stopping the spread of infectious disease, as well as the flu and the common cold.”