London is the first in the world to deploy a disinfection robot for corona virus at a train station

London is the first in the world to deploy a so-called UV-C robot at London St. Pancras International station. The UV-C robot is a disinfection robot for combating the corona virus.

London St. Pancras International handles tens of millions of passengers every year. It is the starting point of the Eurostar, the high-speed link through the Channel Tunnel. This station is therefore one of the largest stations in London.

UV-C robot kills 99.9999 percent of viruses and bacteria
The UV-C robot kills 99.99% of viruses and bacteria, including the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus). The robot was originally designed to reduce the risk of hospital infections. Now this technology is used in other places, such as this train station.

The UV-C robot, also called the UVD robot, uses an ultrasonic disinfection atomizer technique, known as Eco Bot 50. By using UV-C light rays to disinfect large areas completely autonomously, quickly and without chemicals, this technique kills 99.99% of viruses and bacteria.

Mobile UV-C sterilizers

BBM Clean Air Solutions sells UV-C air recirculation systems, where the air is sucked in, guided through the internal UV-C light and then blown back into the room completely (99.99%) clean. In addition, we sell sterilizing devices that sterilize both rooms and objects. Using UV-C technology, these devices disinfect rooms and everything in them. Research from the University of Boston has shown that the use of UV-C light kills 99.99% of germs, including the coronavirus (COVID-19), within 25 seconds.

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