Disinfection, Tru-D Technology, Uncategorized

How Do We Manage “Dose” Requirements for UV Disinfection?

In part 1 of our series on “Humans Managing Disinfectant Dwell Time,” Cathy Campbell, Tru-D’s Director of Program Management, shared a concept of having to manage “dwell time” of disinfectant solutions to effectively kill pathogens.  We might agree it’s difficult to maintain vigilance around “watching the solution dry” or ensuring the

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Posted 06.21.17
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Tru-D Technology, Uncategorized

Common Surfaces with High Levels of Bacteria

The University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee provided WBIR 10 News with petri dishes and swabs to tests 20 common surfaces that may contain bacteria. While the kitchen sponge had the highest levels of bacteria, ranking second was the coffee pot handle in the WBIR office. Other areas

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Posted 03.15.17
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Disinfection, Industry News, Tru-D News, Uncategorized

CDC-Validated Tru-D SmartUVC to Exhibit at IDWeek 2016

The only UV disinfection robot validated by a CDC-funded randomized clinical trial, Tru-D SmartUVC will attend and exhibit at IDWeek, October 27-29 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Tru-D invites IDWeek attendees to its booth #723 to learn how Tru-D is proven to reduce hospital-acquired infections, not only from patient to patient,

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Posted 10.19.16
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Sensor360: Tru-D’s “Smart” Brain

Every room is unique. Which means when it comes to UV disinfection, there’s not a “one size fits all” solution. Tru-D is the only UV disinfection robot on the market with patented Sensor360 technology that calculates the UV dose needed to react to room variables – such as size, geometry, surface reflectivity

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Posted 09.08.16
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Tru-D’s Impact on Productivity

When evaluating different UV disinfection devices, one element to consider is idle time and productivity. Multiple Positioning Devices For devices that require multiple positions, idle time is greatly increased while productivity is greatly decreased. For instance, consider a 15-minute cycle that requires moving the unit to three positions in the room

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Posted 07.20.16
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