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With ultraviolet light, the robots can disinfect and kill viruses and bacteria autonomously

Automation, Covid-19

Disinfection Robots
Disinfection Robots

To help fight the coronavirus in China, the disinfection robots from UVD Robots were shipped to numerous hospitals. This happened after Sunay Healthcare Supply signed an agreement with the Danish company. With ultraviolet light, the Danish robot can disinfect and kill viruses and bacteria autonomously, effectively limiting the spread of coronaviruses without exposing hospital staff to the risk of infection. Through Sunay Healthcare Supply’s partners in China, the robots were deployed in all Chinese provinces. “With this agreement, more than 2,000 hospitals will now have the opportunity to ensure effective disinfection, protecting both their patients and staff,” says Su Yan, CEO of Sunay Healthcare Supply, a medical equipment supplier to the Chinese market. The concentrated UV-C light emitted by the robots as they drive has a germicidal effect that removes virtually all airborne viruses and bacteria on the surfaces of a room. 

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“We found the UVD robot to be superior compared to other technologies and are pleased to – in a very short amount of time – enter into a reseller agreement with exclusive rights to supply the UVD robots in China,” says Su Yan. CEO of UVD Robots, Per Juul Nielsen, is pleased to be helping combat the spread of the virus in China through the company’s solution: “In a severe crisis like this where the world health is threatened, our innovative technology really proves its worth,” he says. UVD Robots follows a successful co-development project between Odense University Hospital and Blue Ocean Robotics resulting in the- UV-Disinfection Robot. The UVD Robots provide efficient and automated disinfection solutions for hospitals and life science customers. Application of UVD Robots in hospitals patient and operating rooms save patients’ lives by reducing Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI’s) and operational costs for hospitals. The UVD Robot has been clinically tested and verified at Odense University Hospital and by independent microbiological laboratories.

Posted on April 16, 2020 - (750 views)
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Niels Bohrs Allé 185
5220 Odense - Denmark
+45-3110 7170
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Disinfection Robots

With ultraviolet light, the robots can disinfect and kill viruses and bacteria autonomously

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