Thursday, October 8, 2020

Hotels in Post Covid Era

The world is opening up again and business would mold to the new terms, so would hotels . Every time a guest walks in his first point of interest would be how safe is this Hotel. What all cleaning and hygiene practice does this hotel follow. What are the SOPs.

While many of these guest would also be interested in who occupied the Hotel Room before me and was it properly disinfected.

UVNashak for Hotels

Operating in a semiautomatic mode, the robot with inbuilt ultraviolet (UV) lights disinfects rooms and surfaces. With motion sensors, the system distinguishes humans from other visible objects to prevent damage to human health. The robot effectively destroys harmful microorganisms, causing the COVID-19 disease.

How UVNashak works

The robot aims at preventing and reducing the spread of infectious and harmful microorganisms by destroying their DNA structure with UVC lights. With a wavelength of 222- or 254-nanometers, the robot kills bacteria in public places, such as hospitals, office spaces, schools, airports, etc. UVC Disinfection Robot is designed to aid your cleaning staff on a daily basis, while eliminating human error.

The cloud based log helps you know which all places were disinfected and when. We provide a real time update of all the logs as to who operated and at what time was the room disinfected. 

A room of say 250 Sq ft can be easily disinfected in a matter of appx 4 mins. The UVC light destroys the pathogen in air and on surface. 

Each hotel should own one as it can be effectively used in conference rooms, banquet halls as well as guest rooms. With no chemical to replenish the cost of ownership is very less.

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

UV Nashak - A must for Hospitals


There's no room for error when it comes to mitigating the virus, especially in hospitals and other healthcare facilities that should be a safe haven for people that have fallen victim to the illness. Flu season is on its way, and that means it’s time to prepare to rigorously clean professional and shared spaces in an effort to combat the spread of the COVID-19. 

Killing the corona virus requires a customized approach for different spaces, depending on their common touch points and trafficked areas. It’s critical to keep shared surfaces disinfected during peak flu season as potentially deadly flu viruses can live on surfaces for 48 hours or more than enough time to turn a hospital space into a full-blown hazard zone. 

Beyond just keeping already-infected patient’s safe, the virus can be especially deadly for patients that are suffering from other preexisting conditions which result in a compromised immune system. With that in mind, healthcare facilities must be diligent about keeping the corona virus at bay.

UV Nashak Solution in Hospitals:

Healthcare facility cleaning staff should already have hospital cleaning procedures and methods in place; the virus isn’t the only nasty bug to protect against. However, when peak flu season arrives, extra steps have to be taken, starting with patient care equipment’s, medical devices, surgical instruments. Choosing the best disinfection method is extremely important when it comes to medical equipment. To prevent corona virus from spreading, all hospitals must have UV Nashak as a plan of attack.

UV Nashak is recommended to be used after or before every time special rooms are used by patients.

X ray Room

CT Scan Room

MRI Room

USG Room

Dentist Chair / Room

The patients not only get a clean and serene room but also a satisfaction of hygiene.

UV Nashak can destroy 99.9% of Virus in less than 4 minutes of use. A fluence of 30mJ/Sq cm is enough to destroy the virus. The advance laser sensor helps in not only time but also where the equipment needs to be kept for best performance.

 UV Nashak a truly futuristic product.

Monday, October 5, 2020

UVC light and The dosage for effective inactivation of Virus

 Below is the study conducted and published for the effective inactivation of virus

A study published in UK on efficacy of UVC light on various viruses.