KILLS 99.99% BACTERIA AND VIRUSES
ADVANCED UV-C DISINFECTION TECHNOLOGY
UV c Robot helps to kill viruses such as MERS, SARS and CORONA and helps in the prevention of outbreak. UV Light is very effective when it comes to killing microorganisms.
Ultraviolet technology is a non-chemical approach to disinfection. In this method of disinfection, nothing is added which makes this process simple, inexpensive and requires very low maintenance. UV-C light is germicidal – i.e., it damages the DNA of bacteria, virus and other pathogens and thus destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease. There is proper evidence that UVC Disinfection Lamp kills viruses like MERS, SARS and COVID19.
UV C Bed Robot
360 degrees of motion/temperature sensors. When the device detects movement within the room, the device automatically stops the disinfection process and shuts down instantly.
what we do
Dental Clinics and Chairs are most common sources of infection. Typical dental clinics has one waiting hall and one treatment room with a one or two dental chairs used by all patients. These rooms, chairs and equipment are the coming sources of cross infection.
Multi-Beds Patient Room
It is always a challenging task to disinfect a room with multiple beds. Cleaning should be performed without disturbing other patients. Our UV-BR with its targeted action moves around the bed in all directions and emits high-intensity UV rays to sterilize every nook and corner around the bed near one bed at a time.
One main reason for the hospital-acquired infections is the Operation theaters and their surroundings. It takes at least an hour to clean any hospital rooms. Our Robotic can achieve this in just few minutes. Saving a lot of time and more giving scope to treat a greater number of people.
Most of the people visit walking clinics with common flu and by touching the surfaces in the clinic spreads the germs on to them and leads to cross infection. Typical one treatment room and a visiting hall. Rooms, chairs and equipment are the coming sources of cross infection.
Patients toilets are unknown sources of Hospitals acquired infections. When a infected patient uses a toilet, infection can be passed on to the surfaces of the toilets, taps, seat etc. When a non infected person visit the bathroom it spread to healthy person.
The intensive care unit patient is susceptible to several common healthcare-acquired infections. The criticality of the typical ICU patient lends itself to opportunistic pathogens and infections, so great care must be taken to curb and eliminate the chances for disease transmission in this unit.