Learn More About the World’s First UVC Disinfection Robot
When we were first awarded patents for the Tru-D technology, we envisioned a seamlessly connected hospital staff. Now, from the time daytime staff completes daily room disinfection routines to the time staff begins the night shift, the day’s disinfection data is accessible with the click of a button.
The pioneer in the UVC disinfection industry, the Tru-D technology was introduced to the health care industry in 2007 and continues to be a leader in the space. Tru-D is the only device with intuitive Sensor360 technology that accurately calculates the precise dose of UVC light needed to remove microorganisms. Operating from a single position and administering a single cycle of UVC energy, the Tru-D device provides thorough room disinfection, including in shadowed areas.
While the Tru-D system has been on the market for more than a decade, the technology behind it has a much richer history. Originally sold under Lumalier – a company with a 50-year history in the UV industry – multiple patents and more than a decade of research and studies were obtained on the Tru-D technology.
Today, the Tru-D device continues to be the technology of choice for nearly all of the existing independent research on UVC disinfection technology.
The Tru-D device’s effectiveness and accuracy have been supported by a number of independent, peer-reviewed studies. Third-party research using the Tru-D technology includes published studies on Clostridium difficile (C. diff), Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), C. auris, C. albicans, Aspergillus, SARS-CoV-2, A. baumanii, E. faecalis, and Vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE).
Bearing the marks of both Intertek and ETL safety ratings, the Tru-D device is a chemical-free addition to any hospital’s EVS team. The Tru-D bulbs are safe, energy-efficient, and are made the same way compact fluorescent bulbs already being used hospital-wide are made.
We are committed to serving our customers, to continually improving our Quality System, and to providing safe and effective products that meet our customers’ requirements and all regulatory obligations.
The Tru-D device is currently eliminating microorganisms in hospitals including the BayCare Health System, the National Institutes of Health, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Houston Methodist, CHI Franciscan Health, The University of Wisconsin, many VA medical centers, and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Oftentimes, hospitals refer to their robot as “Trudi,” as she becomes an integral member of the EVS team.
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