Light switches, plates made with antimicrobial copper surfaces

The Arrow Hart line of switches by Cooper Wiring Devices and wallplates feature CuVerro antimicrobial copper surfaces.

12/10/2012


The Arrow Hart line of switches by Cooper Wiring Devices and wallplates feature CuVerro antimicrobial copper surfaces. Courtesy: Cooper Wiring DevicesCooper Wiring Devices’ Arrow Hart line of switches and wallplates feature U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-registered CuVerro antimicrobial copper surfaces. Laboratory testing has shown that, when cleaned regularly, these surfaces deliver continuous and ongoing antibacterial action, effective in killing greater than 99.9% of bacteria within 2 hours. These alloys also offer specifiers a durable and attractive device design. The Arrow Hart line of wiring devices with new CuVerro touch surfaces material is designed specifically for areas where cleanliness is a concern. The line includes single, 3- and 4-way decorator switches as well as specification-grade, standard size wallplates in multiple gangs and configurations. All products have been tested and are compliant to UL standards and include EPA registered CuVerro antimicrobial copper surfaces. 

Cooper Wiring Devices

www.cooperwiringdevices.com



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