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Medical Keyboard

The Dentistry Show 2014, NEC Birmingham

Thank you to all of you who visited Gary Carter and Julie Rainbow on the stand at the Dentistry Show on Friday 28th February and Saturday 1st March 2014, we had a great response from the dentist market with out SterileFLAT Antibacterial Medical Keyboards and Mice.


Over 6,000 dental professionals enjoyed meeting with 348 leading suppliers (the most ever), listened to over 70 world-class, conference sessions, accessed over 12,000 hours of verifiable CPD, networked with senior executives, major associations and industry media over two action-packed days, and the atmosphere was fantastic.

SterileFLAT AMK Ltd  provide dentists with medical keyboards, medical mice, medical mouse mats all products that can be found situated in multi user areas that each operator can easily and regularly cleanse with a recognised antibacterial or alcohol based cleaning agent thus reducing the spread of MRSA, Cdif, Noro Virus, E Coli, and Salmonella.

SterileFLAT AMK Ltd designed the SterileFLAT medical keyboard to have a totally sealed but flexible flat surface. It features an antibacterial silicone custom barrier membrane. No raised key surfaces to hinder cleaning, no areas where unlike conventional keyboards dirt, debris and possible infection may build up.

For all those who missed the show you can now purchase the SterileFLAT product range online today, visit our online store at www.sterileflat.com/shop/

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SterileFLAT Medical Keyboard & Mouse Ideal for Increased Infection Control Compliance in Dental Clinics

SterileFLAT AMK Ltd is witnessing great interest in their SterileFLAT Medical keyboard and mouse range from dental clinics. This demand has arisen due to the changes over the last two years in the UK Health Technical Memorandum (HTM) 01-05 dental infection control regulations. These changes have significantly “raised the bar” in terms of the basic infection… Continue Reading

How clean is your keyboard?

Most of us have heard the that computer keyboards could be dirtier than a toilet seat. While that statement is startling, many wonder if it’s actually true.  While levels of germs vary from keyboard to keyboard, some have shown higher levels than those on a toilet seat, which is a frightening fact. A computing magazine… Continue Reading

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