Houses of worship, conference centers, corporate and government meeting rooms, schools and universities, production studios, live entertainment venues and touring sound companies all face the same question, “How can we effectively disinfect our microphones after an event?”
The Li.LAC Microphone Disinfector answers that question with a fast, simple and effective product that uses controlled exposure to ultraviolet light (UV-C), to kill over 99% of bacteria and viruses on microphone surfaces, metal grilles and the windscreens underneath.*
Designed by live event touring professionals, the Li.LAC Microphone Disinfector is rugged & road-ready in a professional 19” 3U rackmount format. Li.LAC can be conveniently located in an equipment room where staff or volunteers can disinfect microphones while performing other duties or packed in a road case to travel with other equipment.
Its simple operation speeds a job that’s grown even more important in today’s world. Just insert up to three hand-held microphones or several lavalier or headset microphones, headsets or beltpacks. Close the drawer and press “Start”. Disinfection completes in twelve minutes or less, allowing a full complement of microphones to be processed in a typical working day.
Because you care about your own staff as well as your clients, we’ve designed the Li.LAC Microphone Disinfector to work much like a microwave oven. It will not operate unless the drawer is fully closed and it will switch off as soon as the drawer gets opened, thus maintaining operator safety at all times while assuring users of a complete disinfection process.
Lewe Redlin, monitor engineer for soprano superstar Sarah Brightman, commented, “Even before the pandemic, I’ve always tried to keep our microphones as clean as possible because the artist puts that microphone right to their mouth. So even before Covid I would have used the Li.LAC immediately. But now it is more important than ever!”
The Li.LAC Microphone Disinfector is available now from iSEMcon in the USA or it can be purchased online at https://www.isemcon.net/shopus/
For more information visit www.lilac.works