Companies often ask us about sanitizing their radios. In many businesses radios are passed from one individual to another without a single thought about cleanliness. Here at Delmmar’s radio repair center we sanitize all radios coming into our facility using high-intensity UV light.
At your business radios may be disinfected by wiping them down with over-the-counter isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) with at least 70% alcohol concentration. When cleaning with isopropyl alcohol, the alcohol should never be applied directly to the device. It should be applied to a cloth, which is then used to wipe down the device.
Disinfecting your radios and audio devices: The effects of certain chemicals and their vapors can have detrimental effects on plastics and the metal platings.
DO NOT use bleach, solvents or cleaning sprays to cleanse or disinfect your device.
General Cleaning: Apply 0.5% detergent-water solution with a cloth, then use a stiff, non-metallic, short-bristled brush to work all loose dirt away from the device. Use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth or tissue to remove the solution and dry the device. Make sure that no solution remains entrapped near any connectors, cracks or crevices.
If you need more information or have questions give Delmmar Communications a call, 800-872-2627.
Motorola disclaimer which accompanies the above information:
Important: Motorola Solutions, Inc. is unable to, and did not, determine whether any particular cleaning product is effective in removing specific foreign substances (including viruses) from the device, nor whether any disinfectant will remove all germs or viruses. However, the above cleaners, disinfectants and processes have been approved for use by Motorola Solutions, Inc. related to their less degrading effect on the physical device. Please consult the chemical manufacturers’ documentation for specifics on cleaning product efficacy with regards to foreign substances (such as viruses).