Can Classroom Technology Help Prevent The Spread Of The Flu Virus?

 In Indiana

Let’s face it – classroom interactive technology is designed to be touched.   Which means a higher risk of spreading a cold or flu virus from one student to another.  The new BenQ RP panel features an integrated anti-microbial coating that is TUV certified to stop the spread of germs from the panel in a classroom.

The Germ-Resistant Screen employs a multilayer coating of non-toxic, long-lasting nanoionic silver agent that kills most germs on contact. This inhibits germs from accumulating on the screen and prevents the spread of germs. Furthermore, the ionic silver’s antimicrobial feature remains effective even after thorough cleaning or long periods of use.

TUV is the world’s leading inspection and verification company, providing internationally approved testing services to verify product quality and performance. Placing our trust in TUV’s best-in-class facilities and world-recognized integrity, we had their experts carefully evaluate the screen’s antimicrobial efficacy. The results of JIS Z 2801:2010 testing show that BenQ’s Germ-Resistant Screen can effectively restrain the growth of Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. To maintain antimicrobial efficacy, please frequently wipe your touch screen with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth moisturized with a neutral detergent.

Amazing Teaching Tools: RP6501K, RP7501K, RP8601K

                    • Wireless X-Sign Broadcasting system to push alerts, messages and announcements
                    • TÜV Certified Germ-resistant Screen Coating



Portsmouth School District

BenQ’s Education IFPs Provide Teachers with an Easy-to-Operate, Robust Solution for Increased Student Engagement




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