Free Evaluation for Your Healthcare Facility

We are conducting research to determine if the UVHammer will improve turnover protocols in your Healthcare facility!

Can the UVHammer be a valuable supplement to your environmental hygiene protocols?

Does the UVHammer decrease the environmental bioburden in your facility?

Can the UVHammer replace any existing processes?

Does the UVHammer save you time?

Evaluation Program Includes:


UVHammer + Starter’s Kit


Free Training Program


UV Effectiveness Verification Tools


Target Surface References


Weekly Reporting and Coaching

Why the UVHammer Makes a Perfect Research Partner for your Team

Proven Technology

The UVHammer features the same groundbreaking technology used in the Dimer/Honeywell partnership that brought UV surface disinfection to Airplanes.

Proven Research

Peer-reviewed journal article shows the UVHammer is 2X better and 4X faster than chemical disinfection of Operating Rooms.

Completely Free

We will deliver a UVHammer to your facility and train your staff for FREE.

Let's Do A Study

Dimer is looking to further our research in healthcare facilities like yours.

Physician Founded

The UVHammer is the only UV disinfection solution designed by an Orthopedic Surgeon.

UVHammer Vs. Chemicals in Operating Rooms

UVHammer Performance Testing Report

Antimicrobial Evaluation of Dimer UV Treated Articles

Applying UVC to Eliminate the ’Canyon Wall Effect’

UVC Dosage Chart for Common Healthcare Pathogens

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