UVD Robots

The UVD Robot is used as part of the regular cleaning cycle and aims at preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases, viral, bacteria, and other types of harmful organic microorganisms in the environment by breaking down their DNA-structure.

The robot is safe, reliable and eliminates human error. Furthermore, it is user friendly and is designed to be operated by every-day cleaning staff.

  • Kills 99.99% of bacteria
  • Dimensions: Length: 93cm Width: 66cm Height: 171cm
  • 360° degree disinfection coverage
  • Battery charging time: 3 hours
  • Software and sensor-based safety features. Equipped with an emergency button.
  • Equipped with Emergency Stop Button
  • Travels up to 5.4 km/h
  • Operating time per charge UV module: 2-2.5 hours (equal to 9-10 rooms)
  • Mobile platform: up to 8 hours
  • Connectivity: WiFi-based (Wireless) and with a native app.
  • UV-Wavelength: 254NM (UV-C light)
  • Total weight: 140kg

HOW FULLY AUTONOMOUS UVD ROBOTS ACHIEVE THEIR DISINFECTING MISSION

PHYSICS OF UV DISINFECTION

The fully autonomous UVD Robot, by positioning the UV-C light source when and where it’s needed, will disinfect an area with a time and energy efficiency not otherwise possible. UV-C is most effective in neutralizing microorganisms when it is one meter away from its target area. When the light source is farther away from its target, the intensity and effectiveness of the light decrease in accordance with the inverse square law.


AUTOMATION LEADS TO FASTER DISINFECTION

Stationary UV disinfection devices rely heavily on UV light reflecting off other objects to reach indirect surfaces. Considering the inverse square law discussed above, the resulting exposure intensity is a mere fraction of that delivered to direct surfaces. This disparity necessitates overexposing direct surfaces for a prolonged period in order to adequately exposure indirect surfaces. Alternatively, to perform multiple manually positioned disinfecting cycles, the UV-C source must consequently be power cycled and multiple warm-up periods.

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Service area footprint continues to grow: Georgia: Atlanta, Alpharetta, Duluth, Sandy Springs, Macon, Columbus, Savannah & Augusta. Florida: Pensacola, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Space Coast, Orlando, Tampa, Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. Tennessee: Chattanooga, Nashville, Knoxville, Memphis. Alabama: Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery. North Carolina: Kings Mountain, Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Asheville. South Carolina: Greenville, Charleston, Spartanburg and Anderson. Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and more.

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