Protect your household from viruses.
Kill up to 99.9% of pathogens on the soles of your shoes with UVC in just 10 seconds.
An adult takes nearly 7,500 steps a day through who knows what.
Through the grocery store, a restaurant, public bathroom, the doctor’s office. With every step you take, your shoes pick up potentially infection-causing bacteria, spores, and viruses. That exposes your home and your business to the risk of illness.
The first third party clinically tested method to address shoes.
Ultraviolet light is a well-known and proven disinfectant. Hospitals use ultraviolet light to disinfect rooms where infectious patients have been treated. This UVC disinfecting action works most effectively when the light source is strong and it is close to the item or surface being disinfected. Plus, the longer the UVC exposure, the more pathogens that die.
Keep viruses and bacteria outside.
HealthySole® HOME can be used anywhere you enter or exit the home. HealthySole HOME allows you to step into the clean areas of your home with sanitized, disinfected footwear.
Help to protect even
the most vulnerable.
HealthySole® HOME is especially appropriate for homes with toddlers and young children, aged individuals with chronic conditions, and those with suppressed immune systems.
Designed with your safety in mind.
To ensure the safety of children and pets, HealthySole® HOME is weight-activated, and is not designed to activate if less that 55 pounds of force pressure is applied from the grating.
How to use HealthySole® HOME
Step on to the unit
Wait until you hear the tone (about 10 seconds)
Enter clean space
HealthySole HOME operates on regular electricity and has a battery backup. We recommend using it plugged in, as long as the charging cord doesn’t present a trip hazard.
The HealthySole HOME unit is intended to be used with shoes only and is NOT to be used with bare feet or socks. Do not stare at the light or repeatedly activate the light.
HealthySole HOME works most efficiently on flat-soled footwear. A template is available for smaller shoe sizes to minimize light leakage, but the 55-pound threshold still applies.