UV Sterilizer and Disinfection Cabinet

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Xtreme Structures & Fabrication (XSF) is a manufacturing company based out of Sulphur Springs, Texas that provides aluminum structures for the entertainment industry.  In an effort to be part of the fight against Covid-19, and considering that the gig industry is currently on hold, XSF has transitioned from manufacturing aluminum truss to stainless steel Sanitization and Disinfection Cabinets. “We are excited to be part of the solution in fighting the Coronavirus epidemic here in the United States,” says Michael Wells, President of XSF.   

The XSF Sanitizer Cabinet is a portable cabinet equipped with UV-C lights that kills up to 99.9% of bacteria and germs including Coronavirus, Staph infection, the common flu, and Pneumonia on any items placed in the chamber in just 5 minutes. The cabinet includes hanger bars and hooks to suspend items for full 360-degree disinfecting.  

The stainless steel XSF Sanitizer Cabinets come in three sizes and can be used to disinfect a wide variety of items including masks, cell phones, tablets, respiratory equipment, tools, utensils, toys, handheld radios, and the list goes on…  

For more information please contact XSF at sales@xsftruss.com or call us at 903-438-1100 or visit https://www.xsftruss.com/uv-sterilizer-disinfection-cabinet-information

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