Clay County Hospital Introduces the Innovative UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer

Clay County Hospital has purchased innovative UV-C Technology Room Sanitizers. The units protect against 35 microorganisms, including Covid and its variants. The UV Room Sanitizer inactivates microorganisms with germicidal ultraviolet light. This energy alters the DNA of microorganisms to prevent them from reproducing and causing them to become non-pathogenic or incapable of causing disease. The…

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Get Ready for More Robots Cleaning Grocery Stores

Badger Robot Side View

The newest entry in the food retail robot race comes from Badger Technologies, which has launched its new Badger UV Disinfect robot. The product is an autonomous ultraviolet (UV) disinfecting robot designed to combat COVID-19 and high-risk microorganisms commonly found in grocery, food service and retail environments. The Badger UV Disinfect robot is equipped with…

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Badger Technologies Introduces the Badger UV Disinfect Robot to Elevate Health and Safety in Grocery and Retail Stores

Badger Robot Inside a Retail Store

Badger Technologies, a product division of Jabil, introduces the Badger™ UV Disinfect robot, an autonomous ultraviolet (UV) disinfecting robot designed to combat COVID-19 and high-risk microorganisms commonly found in grocery, food-service and retail environments. The latest in the lineup of Badger Technologies® autonomous robots, the Badger UV Disinfect robot is equipped with advanced UV-C technology…

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UV Lights Up the New Year as the Battle Against Germs Continues at Fitzgibbon

Fitzgibbon Hospital

Fitzgibbon Hospital is shedding light – literally – in its constant fight against viruses, germs and disease, with its recent purchase of a UVDI-360 Room Sanitizing light. The purchase was made possible, in part, due to a SafetySMARTS safety grant from Missouri Employers Mutual insurance company. The UV light means faster turnover of patient rooms…

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Local Hospitals Using New Technology to Disinfect During Pandemic

UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer Disinfecting an Operating Room

Hospitals across Southwestern Pennsylvania are using a variety of cutting edge technology in the battle against COVID-19. Trying to disinfect facilities and keep staff and patients safe is a top priority for administrators and some hospitals are trying brand new methods that employ different kinds of science and technology.

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Thayer County Health Services Shines Light On COVID-19 Prevention

Thayer County Health Services

Thayer County Health Services has a new weapon in the fight against microorganisms that are resistant to cleaning materials. COVID-19 has brought new life to a decades-old technique for controlling infectious diseases and bacteria: ultraviolet light. Thanks to a generous gift from the Foundation for Thayer County Health Services combined with COVID-19 relief funds, Thayer…

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PCHS Adds Ultraviolet Technology for Disinfecting

Phillips County Health Systems Logo

Phillips County Health Systems (PCHS) is committed to providing safe, high-quality patient care and to further enhance this commitment, PCHS has invested in an innovative Clorox Healthcare® UVDI-360® System to bring advanced, ultraviolet (UV) technology to the hospital and medical clinic’s existing patient safety and infection-fighting protocols. These innovative Clorox Healthcare® UVDI-360® Systems now complement…

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Using Tried, True Tech to Fight the Pandemic

Peter Veloz, CEO Walking in Front of the UVDI-360 Room Sanitizers

Companies in every industry rely on innovation, especially those working in the medical field. However when the pandemic hit, it was ironically a technology that’s been around for ages that’s been a significant tool in the fight against COVID-19.

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Houma Hospital Adds New Tools to Fight Germs Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Close-up of the UVDI-360 Screen

Terrebonne General Medical Center has added two new tools to help disinfect the hospital amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Clorox Total 360 System and the UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer will add an extra level of protection and prevention against illness-causing germs, including the virus that causes COVID-19, hospital officials said.

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