Public sector organizations in the UK, including hospitals, police forces, fire and rescue services, educational establishments, hospices, housing associations and other public entities, can acquire LightStrike disinfection robots via the Countess of Chester CPS Framework (Countess of Chester is a center of procurement expertise providing strategic and specialist procurement services and advice to NHS trusts, public sector and private sector clients).
Xenex Disinfection Services is a UV technology-based disinfection strategies and solutions provider. Its LightStrike™ Germ-Zapping Robots™ are used to destroy viruses and bacteria and to deactivate pathogens on surfaces that are missed during the room cleaning process. The robots emit high intensity bursts of broad spectrum ultraviolet (UV) light proven to deactivate greater than 99.99% of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) in 2 minutes at 1 meter, according to the press release.
The LightStrike robot is designed for speed, effectiveness and ease of use, which allows trained operators to quickly disinfect rooms (including multi-patient wards) without disrupting business operations.
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