Stealth Tru-D SmartUVC: Destroy to Protect

Posted by Tru-D SmartUVC 07.24.15

When faced with combatting some of the deadliest organisms on the planet, that also happen to be invisible, there’s no question of reigning them in alive. Complete eradication is the only option, and Stealth Tru-D SmartUVC is designed in every capacity for total destruction of hospital-acquired infections.

“Smart” is part of Stealth Tru-D SmartUVC’s name for a reason. While other disinfection systems may deliver some UV light, they mechanically cannot compensate for room variability. Stealth Tru-D measures, analyses and delivers the precise dose of UV energy to consistently and effectively disinfect any environment and surface, even in high-touched shadow areas.

Additionally, Stealth Tru-D tracks its detailed work through the iTru-D tracking and control feature. By providing real-time visual usage data, including disinfection times, progress, dose delivery and location through a myTru-D portal, Stealth Tru-D helps operators streamline and optimize their infection prevention efforts.

Furthermore, Stealth Tru-D is a comprehensive infection prevention solution, as it affects more than just the presence of hospital-acquired infections. Stealth Tru-D is used to kill pathogens on a routine basis, so patients can rest assured that their health care providers are taking extra measures to ensure their safety. This has repeatedly led to higher Hospital Consumer Assessment Healthcare Providers and Systems scores utilizing Stealth Tru-D’s technology, as patients are recognizing the hospital’s commitment to a clean environment. And, patients aren’t the only ones protected by Stealth Tru-D. Hospital staff, too, benefit from a cleaner and safer environment to work in.

This dark and mysterious germ-killing machine is on a mission to destroy hospital-acquired infections, improve patient and staff safety and satisfaction, as well as lower hospital bottom lines, one room at a time. Learn more about Stealth Tru-D’s proven success in our library of scientific studies and corresponding data.

Posted 07.24.15
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