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UV-disinfection robots disinfect hospitals to help reduce the spread of coronavirus.
The autonomous robot by UVD Robots uses eight UV-C ultraviolet lights to disinfect hospital rooms in an effort to destroy infectious diseases, bacteria, viruses and reduce hospital-acquired infections. It provides a 360° degree disinfection coverage, killing 99.99% of bacteria.
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It can treat a room in 10 minutes with a process that damages the DNA and RNA structure of harmful microorganisms, preventing them from multiplying. The robot is safe, reliable and eliminates human error but during the disinfecting process, the cleaning area needs to be isolated.
UVD Robot has been clinically tested and verified at Odense University Hospital in Denmark and by independent microbiological laboratories. It can operate for up to 2.5 hours per charge, covering the disinfection of 9-10 rooms. We need these in hospitals in our battle against coronavirus.