Ozone and UV Light Disinfecting Cabinet System for Currency, Casino Chips, & More!

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36.00 (in)
20.00 (in)
19.00 (in)
MSRP: $1,500.00
— You save $200.00


CDC guidelines and heightened requests from banking customers, casino workers and guests, restaurants, and more have presented a whole new set of time consuming protocols that are now necessary for maintaining healthy environments. To assist with these efforts, we are very excited about our newest edition to our list of product offerings. We are now selling a disinfecting cabinet system that is specifically designed to completely disinfect casino chips, markers, cash, and moreUnlike the traditionally expensive process for disinfecting player chips by hand or paying a service to do it, this is an extremely efficient alternative that will more than pay for itself.  

Our alternative is a disinfecting cabinet system that is about the size of a home dishwasher unit. Operating the system is extremely easy! Simply load the system and turn it on to completely disinfect your casino chips, markers, cash (and more) in exactly 50-minutes. Using a combination of intense UV light and ozone gas, this system will eliminate all harmful bacteria (including COVID-19)There is no need to worry about separating stacked bills or removing chips from their racks. This system is so powerful that it permeates through everything loaded inside. Just set it and forget it for 50 minutes. 



360° Ozone Disinfection
The Ozone process will completely disinfect paper, plastic, or metal items within the unit.

UV Sterilization
Equipped with 1 UV lamp, this cabinet can destroy the DNA structure of all bacteria in one cycle.

Safe & Reliable
The fully insulated stainless steel cabinet system provides a safe barrier between the user and the items being disinfected within the cabinet. 

Safety Protection with Hot Air Circulation Device
The built-in temperature controller ensures safe operation under low temperature (<60°C). There is also a safety switch on the cabinet door to ensure the UV light & ozone generator automatically turns off if the cabinet is opened to prevent a user from being exposed to UV light & ozone.

Highly Effective
The disinfection process reduces bacteria by 99.99% on the items being put through a disinfection cycle. The treatment literally destroys the bacteria's ability to live.

Cycle Time
Full sterilization takes 50-mins. An active cycle for 30 minutes and 20 mins to cool down.



6 easy steps to disinfect:

Step 1: Power on the cabinet.

Step 2: Place items inside of the cabinet.

Step 3: Open the UV lamp tubes.

Step 4: Set timer to 30-min to engage the active cycle.

Step 5: Once the timer finishes, the cabinet needs to remain closed for a 20 min cool down cycle.

Step 6: Retrieve freshly disinfected items from the cabinet.


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1 Review

  • 5
    We save so many man hours and wear and tear on player chips

    Posted by Barbara on Apr 26, 2021

    I left you a voice mail, thank you again for your assistance in getting this product to us. We save so many man hours and wear and tear on the chips and our employees with the cabinet, I can not express how much we LOVE it. Our employees were using a bucket of approved disinfecting liquid and rags. We would have to dunk the chips in the liquid and then using a sieve like bucket, drain and dry them before loading them back in the bank. So much work, time, mess, and some of my team members were allergic to the liquid. UGH!! It was awful! I would recommend that because it’s so light, if it’s going to be on a counter, get a strap to secure it to the wall. Like a child safety strap that secures to the cabinet and the wall. The door makes it a little front heavy so we were afraid it would tip forward when we open it. We also recommend to load it bottom to top shelf to help with this. Then buy a timer. The dial you can set to the 30 minutes but you need something to let you know when the 20 rest period is up. I just purchased a little kitchen timer and they turn on the cabinet, load it, set the dial to 30 minutes, and then set the timer to 50. When it dings, it’s done. Easy, peasy! That’s about it. I do think there is a life to the light so when I have more time, I’ll probably need to look at that and how to get a replacement. Now that we’ve had it, we could not live in this disinfecting environment without it.

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