GER UV RBT TECH
Multipurpose Portable GER-UV Sterilization Robot
Stop Epidemics with Autonomous Robots!
Works fully automatically with artificial intelligence.
It autonomously provides UV-C disinfection in closed areas. By means of UV-C tubes located on it, environments such as patient rooms, corridors, operating rooms, vehicles (etc. etc. etc.), dining halls are completely and autonomously disinfected. It is extremely reliable and safe; very easy to set up and use. It can easily work with the staff.
The purpose is to disinfect the spaces such as hotels, hospital rooms, airplane (onboard cleaning), intensive care units, doctor's offices, waiting rooms, meeting rooms, and even home-offices, etc. before/after use in a complete, effective, safe and short period of time; and deliver these spaces to the next users/visitors in a sterile way.
It is an extremely safe and reliable. It is very easy to set up and use. It can easily work with the staff.
FOR PROFESSIONAL USAGE
Airplane (onboard cleaning)
Hangars and Silos
Hospital Rooms and intensive care units
All Hall and Saloon
75 nM (UV-C)
UV EFFECT AREA
Every 25 m2 / 10 Minutes
3D Camera, 2D Lidar ,
emergency stop Buttons, LEDLed warning lights
* NO INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIRED
* NAVIGATION MANAGEMENT DOES NOT REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL ITEM COLLABORATIONIST
* WORKS AS TEAM-MATE
* PROVIDES 99.99% DISINFECTION
* NEUTRALIZES HARMFUL VIRUSES AND BACTERIA WITH UV-C
* CHARGES AUTOMATICALLY
* PROVIDES FAST DISINFECTION
* IT IS SUFFICIENT TO RUN 10 MINUTES FOR EVERY 25 SQUARE METERS AREAS
* PROVIDES HIGHEST PRECISION WITH ADVANCED SENSORS
* EASY TO INSTALL AND USE
* IT'S READY TO USE OVER THE INTERFACE WITHIN A FEW HOURS
* WORKS 360 DEGREES ENVIRONMENTALLY FOR HUMAN SAFE WITH MOTION DETECTION SENSORS DURING OPERATION, THE PROCESS ENDS SAFELY
Depending on type of bacteria or virus, response to wavelength between 250 and 280nm can be different. More complex organisms need higher dose for inactivation.
1 log = 90% bacterial inactivation 1
3 log = 99.9% bacterial inactivation 3
5 log = 99.9% bacterial inactivation 5