CENTENNIAL, Colo. (PRWEB) June 10, 2020
Laser Tech, Inc. (LTI) laser-based tools are sometimes used by the same person, and often shared among co-workers daily. Now, more than ever, it is important to take time to clean them properly – keeping everyone using these tools safe.
Travis Emsbach, Service Manager at LTI, walks us through the 4 steps LTI uses to disinfect products prior to entering the repair process. You can see the video, here. By following Federal and CDC recommended guidelines, this helps protect our employees involved in the service process. These simple steps are easy for product owners to follow and will clean and disinfect any LTI laser-based tools. A great way to keep your staff safe from potentially harmful germs!
LTI’s Disinfecting and Cleaning Process
Step 1: If the product is in its original case, the case is sprayed and disinfected using Lysol disinfectant spray. (Both soft and hard cases)
Step 2: The product is then removed from its case and wiped down using a cleaning disinfectant wipe. (Lysol, Clorox, CaviWipes). If using a Lysol spray, it is best to spray a microfiber cloth and then wipe down the product with the cloth.
- Avoid spraying the product directly.
- The full line of LTI products can safely be wiped down with any over-the-counter disinfectant wipes.
Step 3: Pay attention to grips, keypad/ buttons, and eyepieces. You may wipe down lenses to disinfect, but then clean and dry lenses with a clean cloth or lens tissue.
Step 4: After cleaning the product, wash your hands thoroughly.
- Following these steps ensure that the product is disinfected prior to entering our repair process.
Once the repair has been completed, the product is wiped down again using these 4 simple steps prior to being repackaged and returned to the customer.
By following these 4 steps at the beginning and end of every work shift with LTI products, users can keep themselves and others safe from the spread of disease and illness.
About Laser Technology, Inc.
Laser Technology, Inc. is a Colorado-based manufacturer devoted to the design and manufacture of innovative laser-based speed and distance measurement instruments to address real-world needs and applications, including speed enforcement, incident investigation, forestry, mining, utilities, surveying and industrial process control. Visit http://www.lasertech.com for additional information.