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STERISAFE™

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STERISAFE™ is an activated oxygen technology robot that decontaminates closed space environments

STERISAFE™ is an affordable, gaseous technology robot for sterilisation of closed space environments contaminated with viruses, bacteria, germs, toxic moulds and spores.

STERISAFE™ extracts pure oxygen from natural atmospheric air. During the sterilization process this Oxygen is turned into Ozone, a highly effective oxidant which kills all micro-organisms and removes pollutants in the air and on surfaces. After the sterilization, STERISAFE™ reverses its process turning residual oxidants back into pure oxygen while also removing all particulate matter, making it safe to re-enter the sterilized room.
STERISAFE™ leaves no residual compounds and requires no additives other than water.

STERISAFE™ IS THE ONLY DECONTAMINATION AND DISINFECTION ROBOT THAT ALSO REMOVES HARMFUL PARTICLES.
When oxidizing bacteria, viruses, pollen and general pollution in the air, a by-product is created consisting of very small particles that can potentially be carcinogenic. Unlike other whole-room sterilization solutions, STERISAFE™ removes the harmful particles together with all other residues remaining in the room after the decontamination phase.

Thanks to its flexible and compact size, combined with a user-friendly mobility, the STERISAFE™ finds multiple applications:

  • Health care: patient rooms, operating theaters, mobile hospitals, ambulance, laboratories
  • Public place: schools, waiting rooms, sport facilities, spa centers
  • Transport: food containers, trucks, trains, cruise ships
  • Apartment: fungus restoration, smell restoration
  • Hotels, offices, commercial kitchens

 STERISAFE™ is a patented invention with the U.S. Patent and Trademark office Pat. No. US 9,233,182

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