The business is certified by the state as a Qualified New Business Venture, so investors can get an income tax credit for up to 25 percent of the amount invested in Clean Beam. The filing shows no funds have yet been raised, and the minimum amount accepted from any investor is $25,000.

Clean Beam’s product — called DryZap! — kills bacteria and other microorganisms that make their homes in peoples’ shoes. According to FaB Wisconsin, the state’s food and beverage industry group, the product relies on ultraviolet light to kill pathogens “at the DNA level.”

Aside from footwear, the product can also be used in “clean room” research facilities, and in food processing plants. Clean Beam is a member of FaB Wisconsin.

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