A Quantum Leap for Disinfection Robots Globally
UVD Robots, a pioneering manufacturer of disinfection robots, introduces the third generation of its autonomous mobile robot that eliminates viruses and bacteria in the air and on surfaces using UV-C light.
The new hyper intelligent robot’s footprint is now a third smaller which means the robot can operate in very narrow areas, expanding the environments and market segments where the robot can be deployed.
“We have designed the world’s most advanced UV disinfection robot, which is also the simplest to use,” says Liz Parkinson, UK Operations Manager at UVD Robots. “The quick and easy installation process allows the robot to be operational in a matter of minutes, disinfecting bacteria and viruses in the air and on all high-touch surfaces.” The third generation robot from UVD Robots can also navigate and operate in very small and narrow environments, such as side rooms and en-suite areas. Although the new model has a significantly smaller footprint than its predecessor, it still boasts the exact same disinfection strength.” says Liz.
The UVD Robot is capable of autonomously repositioning its UV-C emitter, negating shadowing and closeness to a surface. This repositioning can be repeated numerous times ensuring the maximum UV-C intensity possible is radiated on to all surfaces and the environment. The UV-C emitter is equipped with UV-C lamps @254nm, giving a 360o coverage. The UVD Robot is used as part of the regular cleaning cycle and aims to prevent and reduce the spread of infectious diseases, viruses, bacteria and other types of harmful organic microorganisms in the environment by breaking down their DNA structure.
“Our third generation autonomous UV-C disinfection robot is the first of its kind and definitely a game-changer that will shape the future use of UV-C robots for disinfection across a range of industries,” says UK Sales Director, Mike Bowden. Mike goes on to say “the robot has an unrivalled safety system that uses four layers. These layers enable the robot to move around in all kinds of environments while constantly monitoring the space for any movement or dangers. If the robot detects a person within its vicinity it will shut down the cycle immediately. It also has a unique capability to sense, document and demonstrate to the operator how well an area has been disinfected, enabling the user to easily and quickly adjust the process and optimise the quality if needed, a feature not found in any other UV-C device currently on the market.”
Since introducing UVD Robots to the healthcare market in the UK, we have seen a rise in robot applications not only in hospitals but also in many sectors such as pharma, life science, transport and logistics. UVD Robots – Revolutionising Infection Prevention.
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