Reducing Healthcare associated infections with the power of UV-C light
– about the t-1000 –
Utilising UV-C light to reduce Healthcare Associated infections
The T-1000 is a collaborative disinfection cobot that utilises UV-C light to disinfect rooms and spaces within healthcare facilities. The T-1000 emits UV-C light to disinfect and denature pathogens DNA to render them no longer infectious. The T-1000’s purpose is to reduce healthcare-associated infections (HCAI’s) by disinfecting pathogens missed by manual cleaning. It enables healthcare providers to save vital resources and increase patient care and protection.
– Our mission –
Reducing infections, reducing costs and Preventing Patiant deaths
Hunter UV’s mission is to reduce healthcare-associated infections globally by utilising the benefits of ultraviolet light disinfection to inactivate pathogens missed by manual cleaning. We allow healthcare facility across the world access ultraviolet disinfection in a cost-effective way to help reduce their HCAI burden. This saves vital resources for their facilities, improves their bottom line and most importantly saves lives. Recently we have broadened our goals to help stop the spread of COVID-19 within multiple sectors.
– reducing hCAI’s –
Preventing infections caused by being in a healthcare facility
Healthcare-associated infections, or HCAI’s, are infections that patients obtain whilst receiving treatment within a healthcare environment. The T-1000 reduces these infections by autonomously disinfecting rooms and areas using UV-C light to reach surfaces missed by manual cleaning. HCAI’s cost hospitals huge sums of money, cause patient suffering and cause preventable patient deaths.
– alliance program –
Allowing Healthcare Facilities to Maximise HCAI Reduction
The Alliance Program is a two-aspect program for healthcare facilities to implement and manage their T-1000’s to obtain the most efficient disinfection capacity. We work with healthcare facilities to customise, implement and manage their T-1000’s. This helps them lower healthcare associated infections (HCAI’s) as possible on their site.
– SCIENTIFICALLY validated –
Proven to kill pathogens and lower HCAI’s
Independent labs have validated and certified the effectiveness of the T-1000 against a host of pathogens. All clinical studies showed positive results and confirmed its ability to inactivated pathogens. Peer-reviewed studies have also been conducted showing the effect UV-C disinfection has on reducing HCAI’s within healthcare settings.
– applications –
A disinfection solution for any industry
The T-1000 is not only suited for disinfecting healthcare facilities. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UV-C disinfection technology has become a new and welcomed solution to industries around the globe. Our technology allows people to feel safe and most importantly be safe. Whether you operate within the hospitality sector or the education sector, every industry can benefit from implementing T-1000’s.
As a biomedical Scientist I know that working in a pathogen free environment is key both for staff and patients. As an MD of a consultancy company which aims at maximum optimisation of work processes, I know that efficiency is significantly impacted by safety. So, when I read about T-1000, I wanted to explore the science behind it. I found that as stated by many, amongst whom the group led by Nobel Prize Laureate in The University of California in Santa Barbara, UV- C is a safe and proven solution to effectively disinfect surfaces and air.
Having worked in hospital pathology laboratories for over 25 years, I am pleased to see the T-1000 Disinfection Robot making widely available a technology, used for many years in hospitals and laboratories, to protect employees and clients from infection. It is particularly important now with the presence of Covid-19 but will also give protection from the common cold and flu viruses. It has been robustly designed to work efficiently with safety a top priority. The operator’s interface is simple and easy to learn. The T-1000 slots easily into cleaning routines.