Who We Are

Every team member at
Cleanslate UV
is focused
on one thing.

Providing value to customers by ensuring mobile devices can be effectively sanitized. In order to tackle this problem, we have assembled a team with experience in biomechanical engineering.

Our Mission

Our mission is simple: eliminate pathogens on mobile devices through the use of effective and easy-to-use UV products. We do this by designing technologies that people will actually use, backed by science reflective of real-world conditions. We harness the power of UV light to kill the most dangerous bacteria without damaging expensive touch screens.

2020

Where CleanSlate UV is deployed today

Current Locations

800+

Number of Installations

44,000

Devices sanitized per day

Innovation with
Purpose

CleanSlate UV allows staff, patients and visitors to sanitize their personal items (such as phones, tablets and badges) while they wash or sanitize their hands. This helps improve hand hygiene and reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.

The company was founded in June 2014 out of Queen’s University in Canada. Since then, our solution has been deployed by hospitals and food processing facilities in Canada, the United States and New Zealand. In October of 2015, we were awarded a $500,000 USD innovation investment by 43North in Buffalo.

Devices

Badges

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Meet Our
Leadership Team

Every team member at CleanSlate UV is focused on one thing: providing value to customers by ensuring mobile devices can be effectively sanitized. In order to tackle this problem, we have assembled a team with experience in biomechanical engineering, user interface design, hospital sales, operational finance, and more. Everyone at Limestone Labs has one thing in common: a relentless drive to refine, improve and learn.

Taylor Mann

Co-founder & CEO

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Rich Baker

Chief Revenue Officer

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Graeme Clark

Chief Operating Officer

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Manju Anand

Chief Technology Officer

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Negin Cheleh

VP, Marketing

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