Sealed Keyboards for Laboratories
Featured in many of the largest laboratories, hospital systems and medical offices throughout the world these rugged, sealed keyboards and mice can be cleaned with your favorite chemical disinfectant. These Really Cool keyboards and mice can be used where blood, fluids and feces are analyzed. The perfect solution where safety and cleanliness for your associates is important. All products are 100% latex free and are built to last.
Why Medical Grade?
Cleaning without Gibberish
Thanks to the exclusive Tru-Lock feature, our medical keyboards can be locked for cleaning and disinfecting at the workstation. Flashing keys let you know you’re in cleaning mode. Safely wash the keyboard so that no gibberish appears on the screen, this way there is no need to shut down the computer. Just hold the two lock keys for three seconds to activate. Then do the same thing for another three seconds to deactivate.
The keyboard comes with a special sealed silicone rubber skin that stands up to being terminally cleaned at the workstation with 1:10 bleach solution or any EPA-approved hospital disinfectants. The low-profile keys allow the wipe of your choice to easily glide over and around the keys, making disinfecting a breeze. Our medical keyboards letters are laser-etched so they won’t rub off or become hard to read.
Built to Last
Proudly engineered, assembled and serviced in the USA, Man & Machine’s premium keyboards, mice and other devices are built and tested by our team of highly skilled workers in Landover, Maryland. Made with quality in mind, our keyboards have a superior keystroke rating. Our products are 100 percent quality assured and are built to last.
Designed by our trained ergonomic engineers, our keyboards provide an excellent tactile feel. So you can easily type with gloved or even double gloved hands.
Hygienic White Keyboards
To enhance patient and staff safety, we make our keyboards in hygienic white, so that bodily fluids, spills, dust and other contaminants are easier to spot letting the user know it is time to disinfect.