Xenex disinfection services, a San Antonio-based company, has claimed it has perfected a robot, which can help to kill coronavirus. According to the company, the robot, also known as Xenex LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot, is already being used by some companies, including the Department of Defense and some reputable universities.
Also, the $100,000 worth robot was reported to be working effectively. According to the report, it’s already being used to kill coronavirus from different workplaces, including the US military bases and LAPD’s Skid Row station.
Furthermore, there’s a report that the Xenex LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot has caught the eyes of major sports leagues, including the MLB and NBA. Any moment from now, they’ll start inquiring about it to decontaminate their sporting facilities.
But how does the Robot work to kill coronavirus? Let’s have a quick look at it, in the videos below.
How Xenex Robot Works
According to the video below, the Xenex LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot utilizes a pulsed xenon lamp. The lamp is a system that helps the robot in generating high-intensity xenon light to cover the entire spectrum of the germicide for effective and fast disinfection.
The UV light emitted by the xenon lamp is dangerous to the eyes. As such, people must leave the room during the disinfection process. The robot can work alone. So, all that the operator needs is to set up the robot and work away from the room immediately before it starts working.
Let’s have a quick look at the features of the powerful germ-zapping robot.
Features Of The Xenex LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot
- Intense Germicidal Killing Action
Xenex LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot helps to deliver intense germicide action from 200nm to 315nm. Apart from that, It’s also a user-friendly robot with intense pathogen killing power in 5 minutes.
Furthermore, the germ-zapping robot delivers up to 4,300x more UV pathogen killing intensity than UV-C Mercury vapor. That explains while it’s very fast and effective to disinfect an entire patient room in 20minutes and kill coronavirus, according to the video below.
- User Interface
The robot offers a simple user interface. It also has auto-updating software, which helps users to add new features. Apart from that, it also delivers a cloud-based reporting, using WiFi or cellular data.
- Sensor Motion Detection
It has a triple sensor motion detection cone which helps to sense motion across the room for safety purposes.
During this coronavirus pandemic period, the Xenex LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot is making a lot of sales for the company. That’s because of its rapid rise in sales up to 600% over last year. Since the robot is becoming popular, a lot of companies are already looking to enquire about it.