On November 11, 2021, the mutant strain first appeared in Botswana, South Africa.
Once the mutant strain was discovered, it attracted global attention. On December 2, 2021, the first case of Omicron strain infection was reported in the United States. The world is like a big enemy. So why did Omicron cause such great concern?
On November 26, 2021, the World Health Organization officially upgraded the mutant strain B.1.1.529 to a worrying VOC, and its system was named “ Omicron “. VOC is the highest-level and most dangerous mutant strain in the virus monitoring system. The last one to be included in the VOC was the Delta mutant strain that caused great harm to humans.
According to the available data, the Omicron mutant strain has more mutations than other mutant strains, and it is likely to produce stronger transmission, toxicity and immune escape than the Delta mutant strain, thus becoming a new nightmare for humans.
On December 3, 2021, according to Japan's Fuji TV, with the emergence of new confirmed cases in India and other countries, the mutant new crown virus Omicron strain has spread to 32 countries and regions around the world.
On December 3, 2021, Gilead’s laboratory research results showed that Redecive is still active against Omicron mutants.
Therefore, in the face of the crisis of new mutant strains, epidemic prevention work becomes more and more urgent. Reducing the risk of cross-infection of personnel is the first factor to be considered in disinfection work. It is strongly recommended that UVC disinfection robots?replace traditional manual disinfection work.
This robot was developed for disinfection at hospitals, including operating theatres, patient rooms, corridors, and larger areas as long as the distance and disinfection time are enough to reach all the targeted areas. It has been designed to disinfect large areas as airports, warehouses, etc. Model B has been independently tested and proven to be highly effective in reducing numbers of harmfull pathogens.
For one set around $56455
The robot serves as a carrier to integrate three disinfection modes: ultraviolet rays, ultra-dry mist hydrogen peroxide, and plasma air filtration to meet the high-level disinfection requirements, killing endospores at the rate as high as 99.9999%. It applies the autonomous navigation technology and is autonomously mobile. Intelligent operation interface, simple and easy to operate.
Its market price is around $65000
Keenon UVC disinfection robot?is equipped with industry-leading new composite positioning and navigation technology, which can adapt to various work scenarios and quickly deploy. Deeply fusion of multiple types of sensor fusion and algorithms such as lidar, machine vision, and depth vision. In addition, the robot has a full range of obstacle perception and safety decision-making capabilities, which is especially suitable for long-term stable operation in complex indoor environments. At the same time, in order to combine the disinfection requirements of each scene, the Qinglang disinfection robot integrates UVC ultraviolet germicidal lamps and ultrasonic dry mist spraying devices. Among them, short-wave UVC ultraviolet germicidal lamps can directly destroy the DNA, RNA, protein, etc. in the bacterial virus cells, causing cell damage. Direct death cannot reproduce and replicate, and there is no drug resistance. It has the characteristics of broad-spectrum, high-efficiency, rapid and thorough, no need to add chemicals, no drug resistance, no secondary pollution, etc. The combination of the two achieves 360-degree full coverage and no dead ends; it improves the killing effect of viruses and bacteria, and the radiation intensity meets the GB19258 standard
Its market price is around $55000
SteriPro is a hospital-grade device offering a guaranteed 99.9999% disinfection result. It can be operated continuous 24/7 and takes only 15 minutes to disinfect an operating room (size 63m3) with a Log6 reduction. If used prudently, it can perform up to 70 disinfections per day.
SteriPro uses highly efficient UV-C vapor lamps at a wavelength of 254nm, which inactivates any microbes. It uses the following advanced technology to ensure seamless disinfection:
Automatic room boundary detection (using laser technology)
Total 2000W UV-C lamps
Uses standard 220-240AC, 16A outlets
Height adjustment (optional)
Operator-safe by implementing advanced motion detection technology
Remote control with operating tablet
High quality, durable materials
Self-diagnostic features that ensure reliable operation
Own www connection
But with such strong UVC irridiation, it must be harmful to some medial devices including accelerating the aging of medical products; In addition, This type of UV-C disinfection robot whose energy consumption is very large, and it can only be implemented to plug in AC power from the wall to supply power. There are some placces that can not be covered by UV-C light.
BooCax Robotics?think using our BKS-UV-200?UVC autonomous disinfection robot plus terminal disinfection robot will be more effective The disinfecting robot has High-intensity radiation superimposition, cumulative UV-light intensity of up to 1500μW/cm2, 10-minute sterilization area of 40m2 (staphylococcus albus). No need for pre-heating, fast sterilization, one point by 3-minute coronavirus elimination ( as per the requirements of national standards ). With broad-spectrum sterilization, it has an extermination rate of over 99.99% against coronavirus, influenza virus, staphylococcus albus, E. coli and other pathogens.
The BKS-UV-200 its market price is around USD11000.
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