Why Every Surface Matters.
Microorganisms can live anywhere which is why every surface should be a priority when it comes to cleaning and disinfection. The Tru-D device’s shown efficacy makes it a trusted choice for health care professionals. Multiple independent studies by industry thought leaders and experts in disinfection and sterilization practices have shown the Tru-D device as an effective, single placement approach to disinfect hard, non-porous surfaces in a room. This is accomplished by measuring the proper dose of UVC energy that reaches the walls and is reflected back to the center of the room.
What Makes Tru-D Different?
Other UVC offerings disinfect only line-of-sight surfaces very close to the machine and recommend multiple positions. Even with multiple placements, there is no assurance that the entire room has been disinfected; meaning there is a risk for microorganisms to remain behind. Microorganisms can live anywhere — in low-use spaces such as room corners or around various tables — which is why every touchable surface should be a priority.
Why Does Thorough Room Disinfection Matter?
There is no evidence that any object in a room is more likely to harbor microorganisms than another.
There is no correlation between touch frequency and microbial contamination load.
MRSA, VRE, and C. diff can survive for months on surfaces.
Microbiologic Assessment of High, Medium & Low Touch Surfaces
Huslage, Rutala, Gergen, Weber. ICHE 2013; 34:211
Can survive on surfaces up to
Can survive on surfaces up to 2.5 months
Can survive on surfaces up to 5 months
Havil NL, et al, ICHE 2014; 35:445
Weber DJ, et al, ICHE 2015
Tru-D Ensures Thorough Room Disinfection.
Through its measured UVC dosing capabilities, the Tru-D device is able to inactivate microorganisms including C. diff, VRE, MRSA, SARS-CoV-2 and others. Using patented Sensor360 technology, the Tru-D robot compensates for room variables ensuring every hard, non porous surface in a room is thoroughly disinfected, eliminating unwanted microorganisms in the space.
Third-party research has validated the Tru-D device's ability to destroy microorganisms that can linger in health care environments.