Healthy air that’s affordable for
Title 1 schools
Act now and get Arc, our hospital‑grade mobile UV‑C tower, for $4 a day, a 90% savings over other UV‑C towers in market.
See if you qualify
Students deserve clean air and safe spaces.
As a Title 1 school, you qualify for this special offer, the lowest price we’ve ever offered for UV-C protection to ensure we are creating healthy environments for every student to achieve
Eliminate 99.99%+ of harmful microorganisms on surfaces and in the air in 7 minutes or less. Enhance your disinfection strategy beyond chemicals, which miss up to 50% of surfaces.
R-Zero's mobile UV-C tower Arc is the most powerful among competitors at a fraction of the cost, allowing you to save budget, or get 3 to 5 as many devices for greater coverage.
Clean and sustainable
Create healthy buildings without sacrificing sustainability with UV-C, which uses 95% less energy than HVAC. And, with sensors, you can stop lighting, heating, cooling, and cleaning spaces you don't use.
R-Zero's Arc UV-C tower is eligible for state and federal grant funding. Ask us to help you find funding.
Improve indoor health with the industry's
most cost-effective mobile UV-C tower.
Arc emits clinical-grade UVC reducing risk by 99.99% in 5-7 minutes depending on the size of the room.
Easy to use
Arc is a sleek, design award winner, that’s light and easy to move, with a digital display that’s simple to operate.
Perfect for larger areas requiring frequent disinfection, Arc is easily transportable to any space or room type.
Arc turns on with a timer and intelligent sensors shut the Arc off instantly in the event people are detected.
Hear what our customers say about R-Zero
"The R-Zero Arc was the answer to our classrooms functioning as normally as possible under the reality of this airborne virus. This machine will continue to benefit our entire school system even after the threat of the pandemic is over... R-Zero Arc has increased the community's confidence and peace of mind knowing that the highest standard of disinfection is being implemented in their schools."
Superintendent, LeRoy CUSD