SpeedyCare™ 1500 is the most powerful UV-C robot of the range. Features 1500 W of UV-C and is designed to be use in situations where disinfection speeds and degree of inactivation is a priority.
SpeedyCare™ 750 is a single placement disinfection robot, delivering 750 of UV-C power. Used for the disinfection of medium and small spaces such as hotels, restaurants, and gyms.
SpeedyCare™ Master and Satellite configuration brings flexibility to your disinfection processes as it can adapt to specific rooms and spaces. Used in spaces of all sizes.
A disinfection robot that removes viruses in a few minutes with ultraviolet light has been created
The SpeedyCare™ UV robot designed by Spanish company SpeedyCare™ is the first of its kind in Europe. It allows the air and surfaces in a room to be disinfected in a matter of minutes through a powerful source of ultraviolet light.
The SpeedyCare™ UV robot is a professional disinfection tool that emits clean and harmless energy at a wavelength of 254 nm. This energy inactivates existing viruses and eliminates all kinds of viruses, bacteria, and fungi.
The device has been designed to be easily and safely used in hospitals, hotels, shops, gyms, residences and any general living space as well as airports, train stations and other transportation hubs. Its technology is scientifically proven and has been designed following the ISO 15878: 2016 safety standards with light radiation that is homogeneous and controllable. The design criteria of the device was to provide an efficient and affordable solution to the health emergency caused by COVID-19.
One of the advantages of using UV-C light as a germicide is that it is a non-toxic agent. UV-C light inactivates pathogens, producing photochemical reactions that interrupt the ability of microorganisms to infect and reproduce. This avoids the use of aerosols, ozone machines, and other potentially dangerous and corrosive chemicals.
The goal is to bring technology closer to society to improve the quality of public spaces, providing a powerful solution that drastically reduces viral load in a matter of minutes. For example, the robot can disinfect 99% of a 30 m² room in 3 minutes, a 50 m² room in 5 minutes or a 100 m² room in 9 minutes. The longer the exposure time, the deeper the deactivation of pathogenic microorganisms.
Why does UV-C disable viruses?
UV-C radiation is a technology that has been used in the field of disinfection in different applications for the past 80 years.
UV-C is electromagnetic radiation that prevents microorganisms from reproducing by causing photochemical changes in nucleic acids. Wavelengths in the UV-C range are especially damaging to the cells of viral microorganisms, since they are absorbed by nucleic acids, preventing them from developing their vital cellular functions. The germicidal efficacy of UV-C peaks at around 250 – 265 nm.
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