IPT™ UV Robots

The most effective, automated pathogen-killing UV light disinfection systems in the world.

Validated by Science

Independent studies show UV-C light to be the most effective germ-killing method of disinfection.

Proven Results

IPT’s UV-C disenfection robots save lives and money. View testimonials.

IPT’s NextGen UV Technology Offers Proven Results

Why are hospitals across the country and around the world so interested in IPT’s next generation UV disinfection technology?  Proven results.

Healthcare organizations across the country tout the effectiveness of the IPT™ 3200, IPT 2280 (two-paired units) and the IPT 1140.  View our Case Studies and Testimonials.

Superior Germ-Killing UV Robots

A 6-month hospital-wide UV disinfection study at Hollywood Community Hospital/Brotman Medical Center Campus in Culver City, Calif., showed a decrease in the total incidence rate of HAIs by 34% and specifically C. diff by 46% with the use of the IPT 3200 and a dedicated, trained disinfection team.

In fact, IPT’s next generation UV disinfection technology is proven to provide highly effective disinfection of the most common and dangerous pathogens, including VRE, MRSA, Acinetobacter baumannii and Klebsiella pneumonia.

Cost Savings from Preventing HAIs

Hospitals employing IPT UV disinfection systems report similar results, plus the cost-savings of preventing HAIs

  • McLaren Oakland Hospital, Pontiac, Mich. -- $236,880 in cost savings from reduced HAI incidents over a 6-month period;
  • Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit -- $130,000 to $180,000 in cost savings over a 3-month period

IPT’s three disinfection systems enable hospitals and other healthcare organizations to select the unit that best meets their requirements for fast UV disinfection, automated, real-time UV dosage, simplified whole-room treatment (no repositioning of robots), automated scheduling and tracking and cost.

Contact IPT for more information about its next generation UV disinfection technology.


LOG 10 Reductions* After 10 Min.  of IPT™ 3200 Exposure at 16 feet

Acinetobacter baumannii
Klebsiella pneumonia