LENOIR, N.C. – Fairfield Chair manufacturing company has launched a disinfecting system that can be applied to three of the company’s best-selling lounge chairs: the Payton series, the Conrad series and the Modern Arm Wall Hugger recliner.
“It has been one of our top priorities to respond to the necessity of cleanliness in today’s world,” said Dixon Mitchell, CEO. “We are constantly learning, adjusting and innovating to make sure we meet the needs of our industry during these times and beyond.”
The new ultraviolet-C (UVC) disinfecting system contains germicidal wavelengths making it a useful tool for disinfecting, since it is capable of killing 99% of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens, according to the company.
Throughout the pandemic, Mitchell said Fairfield Chair and its manufacturing partners have worked to create solutions to assist in the inactivation of pathogens across various living environments.
The electronic UVC system can be applied to the arm of the lounge chairs. Pressing the button on the system results in the ultraviolet light radiating out of the system to clean the lounge chairs, as well as nearby high-touch surfaces such as mobile phones. The system then shuts off after five minutes.
The UVC system also comes with a USB port and wireless charging options for both iPhone and Android devices.
The company also is offering a topcoat finish for the upholstery, which helps to preserve it and protect against the growth of bacteria. The company said the clear topcoat acts as a shield against potentially harmful microbes while also adding chemical, moisture, mar and scratch resistance.
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