Now more than ever, businesses, hospitals, and communities are searching for the optimal way of preventing the spread of viruses.
While hospitals already have measures in place to prevent the spread of infection, new viruses like COVID-19 pose problems many hospitals have not faced before.
This clever virus has found ways to transmit not only on surfaces but also through aerosols.
We have developed a state-of-the-art system that kills 99.99% of any known viruses, bacteria, and pathogens by emitting a UV-C light.
The T-800 Disinfection Robot has proven to be an extremely effective method of decontamination, featuring a germicidal UV lighting system that can kill viruses within seconds of exposure.
Our mobile cleaning solution can be placed within patient rooms, waiting areas or staffrooms for quick, easy, and effective decontamination.
In a pandemic, the T-800 offers efficiency, simplicity, and accuracy, while delivering peace of mind to staff and patients.
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The official UK Government guidelines stipulate that “transmission-based precautions (TBPs) [additional infection control precautions required when caring for a patient with a known or suspected infectious agent] are applied when standard infection control precautions (SICPs) alone are insufficient to prevent cross-transmission of an infectious agent”.
TPBs are categorised by the route of the infectious agent, for example:
- Contact precautions – used to prevent and control infection transmission via direct contact or indirectly from the immediate care environment, including equipment
- Droplet precautions – used to prevent and control infection transmission over short distances via droplets from the respiratory tract of an infected individual
- Airborne precautions – used to prevent and control infection transmission without necessarily having close contact via aerosols from the respiratory tract of an infected individual
While personal protective equipment (PPE) can help in many cases (e.g. masks and visors for droplet precaution), an effective cleaning system is crucial to help suppress transmission through contact with infected surfaces or through the air.
The T-800 system was developed following years of scientific research in clinical settings proving its efficacy and safety for eliminating viruses.
Infection control experts agree that UV-C is an important tool in fighting to reduce viral outbreaks and preventing the spread of deadly disease.
Effective cleaning and decontamination is vital
There is evidence from other coronaviruses of the potential for widespread contamination of patient rooms or environments, so, effective cleaning and decontamination is “vital”, according to the Government.
The guidelines state that single rooms, cohort areas (with more than one infected patient), clinical rooms, and areas where PPE is removed must be contaminated at least twice a day.
This can feel impossible to maintain, which is why simple, fast, and effective cleaning methods like the T-800 can help.
The government’s list of surfaces in hospitals that must be decontaminated is extensive: medical equipment, door and toilet handles, locker tops, patient call bells, over-bed tables, bed rails, high-contact areas such as lift buttons or handrails, mobile phones, desk phones, tablets, desktops and keyboards must be cleaned at least twice a day.
The T-800 can disinfect 99.9% of air and surface spaces within minutes.
With 360-degree disinfection coverage, a durable and reliable design, wireless connectivity and control via Hunter UV’s tablet and app, this easy-to-use robot offers a quick and simple solution to disinfecting any hospital space.
With a vast amount of surfaces requiring decontamination in a hospital environment, the T-800 provides an added layer of security, saving time and effort in a time of crisis.
For more information about the T-800 and how it can help your hospital, contact us today.