Infection Prevention Technologies wins DiSciTech Award

Corp! Magazine has named Infection Prevention Technologies as a winner of its prestigious DiSciTech Award in the science category for its family of ultraviolet light disinfection robots, the most powerful disinfection units in the world.

IPT 3200m UV robot
IPT’s NextGen UV™ germ-killing robots use UV light disinfection to thoroughly sanitize areas where hidden colonies of harmful microorganisms reside, reducing the incidence of dangerous healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). 

IPT’s three NextGen UV™ germicidal UV disinfection systems - IPT™  3200  (pictured to the right), IPT 2280 Syndicate, and IPT 1140 Max,  disinfect rooms in acute care hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, long-term care facilities and other healthcare settings where unsafe pathogens may reside. Other environments that benefit from the germ-killing energy of UV light disinfection systems include nursing homes, schools, day care centers, gyms, spas and correctional facilities.

“We’re gratified that Corp! Magazine has recognized the advanced technology in our NextGen UV disinfection robots”, said Tom Kenny, the CEO of Infection Prevention Technologies.  “Our family of UV disinfection robots are clinically tested and proven for dramatically lowering HAIs, which significantly reduces costs for healthcare systems and improves patient outcomes.”

Kenny continued, “Because our objective is to maximize the value to the customer, IPT has a strong focus on product engineering.  As a result, we offer UV light disinfection systems that generate very high levels of UV-C with features like single placement, whole-room treatments and scientifically calculated applications of UV-C dosages that assure high pathogen kill rates.”

Additionally, the company’s patent-pending SmartDosage UV™ technology automatically calibrates disinfection regimens so a complete dose of germicidal UV is applied to the entire treatment area.

“There is a qualitative difference in offerings from vendors of UV devices in the type and amount of ultraviolet energy that is created,” said Chris Batts, IPT’s Director of Marketing.  “The NextGen UV disinfection robots create extensive amounts of germicidal UV-C energy that is unequaled in the market.  That corresponds to very fast and remarkably effective disinfection treatments. For hospitals, ultimately that means a quick payback and high ROI.  For patients and their families, it can mean a profound and positive difference in the outcome of their hospital experience.”

For more information, contact IPT.

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