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UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer Delivers "No Touch" Surface Disinfection

UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer Produces Ultraviolet Germicidal Radiation to Kill Microorganisms

UV-C — Ozone
  • UV-C Wavelength 200 nm - 280 nm
  • UV-C, which is produced naturally in sunlight, cannot penetrate the ozone layer
  • UVDI-360 produces the same UV-C radiation through its germicidal lamps
  • Widely used for air, water and surface disinfection for years

Why is Environmental Disinfection Important?

Patient in Hospital

1.7 million HAIs occur per year in acute-care hospitals, resulting in $35 - $45 billion in healthcare costs annually*


Nursing Home

Environmental Contamination Leads to HAIs - the growing body of evidence proves the hospital environment contributes to disease transmission**

**David J. Weber and William A. Rutala (2013). Understanding and Preventing Transmission of Healthcare-Associated Pathogens Due to the Contaminated Hospital Environment. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 34, pp 449-452. doi:10.1086/670223

"This UV-C device (UVDI) allowed room decontamination in 5 - 10 minutes"

- William A. Rutala, Ph.D., M.P.H., C.I.C Director, Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology
and Research Professor of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC,
USA Former Director, Hospital Epidemiology, Occupational Health and Safety,
UNC Health Care, Chapel Hill, NC (1979-2017)

"The UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer reduced C-difficile infection (CDI) rates by 25% and
$134,568-$191,604 annual direct medical costs in Hematology/Oncology units"

- David Pegues, MD, Professor of Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

"UV-C technology implementation was associated with a 44% reduction in viral infection
incidence among pediatric patients in a long-term care facility"

 - St. Mary’s Hospital for Children

UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer

UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer

Powerful 1.6 m Long Lamp Technology

Designed with four 1.6 m maximum UV output lamps providing 360 degrees of UV radiation Lamps are encapsulated with a special UV-transparent polymer to contain glass in case of breakage

Aluminum Reflector Mast

Designed for maximum UV-C energy distribution

Remote Control

Device has a range
of 15 m through walls

Touch Screen

Easy and intuitive touch screen operating system

Data Retention

Saves usage data for every cycle performed by device

Safe to Use

Four infrared motion sensors prevent operation if movement is detected within the room


only weighs 40 kg - durable and easy to move


184 cm High x 91 cm Wide

Protective Case

2-in-1 Lamp Protective Case and Warning Signs

When closed, the case serves as a lamp protective case and when opened, the two halves of the case can be used separately as two independent warning signs.


UVDI-360 Case
Warning Signs

Tomorrow's Technology, Today!

Smart Data Page

Smart Data Web Portal

The UVDI-360 System features an optional robust website that leverages data uploaded from your device.

  • Provides analytical and diagnostic tools that help you determine where, when, and how all your UV devices are working

Examples of reports available:

  • Total Device Usage
  • Actual vs. Expected Rooms Treated
  • Cycle Time per Room Trend
  • Cycle Time per Room - Aggregate
  • Cycle Interruptions
  • Lamp Life
UV-C Dose Verify

Do you know what UV-C Dose Levels Have Reached Your Targeted Surfaces?

The UV Dose Verify technology eliminates guesswork in determining whether sufficient UV-C dose levels have reached targeted surfaces.

Dose Verify is used for:
• Establishing protocols for room disinfection
• Quality audits
• Training
• Record keeping.

UV-C sensitive rectangle located in the center of the card changes color when exposed to UV-C energy. The color change is calibrated to specific germicidal dose levels.

Independent laboratory testing validated color change associated with 2 log (99%) reduction for MRSA and C. difficile.

Kills more than 35 HAI-causing pathogens in 5 minutes at 2.44 meters 

4-log reduction of C. difficile spores
Greater than 5-log reduction of over 20 pathogens, including MRSA, VRE and CRE 

Simple to Operate

UVDI-360 — How it Works

How it Works

The UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer delivers a programmed dose of UV-C light to inactivate pathogens on hospital surfaces. After terminal cleaning is complete, prepare the room for UV disinfection. Depending on the room size, programming time may vary slightly.

Follow the simple steps listed below to ensure a successful outcome:

  • Ensure bed rails are up and linens are removed from the mattress
  • Open all drawers and cabinet doors

Place the following objects in clear line of sight of the UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer:

  • TV Remote
  • Keyboard and Monitor
  • Bedside Table
  • Call Button Device
  • Phone
  • Other High-touch Items