Unipin UV disinfection robot, the first-line product of public health and epidemic prevention
Unipin UV disinfection robot, the first-line product of public health and epidemic prevention
Unipin ultraviolet disinfection robot uses high-intensity ultraviolet radiation of 253.7nm wavelength to disinfect and sterilize. It destroys the DNA and RNA of the pathogen in a few minutes, so as to achieve the killing effect. After testing, the high-level disinfection mode can completely kill 99.99% of the spores on the environmental surface (smooth surface, rough porous surface) and various multi drug-resistant bacteria.
Product Introduction
UNIPIN® UV-C Robot automatically carries on multi-point disinfection to the environment surface and the air, which avoids the personnel infection caused by the disinfection, fully compensates the insufficiency of traditional disinfection. UNIPIN® UV-C Robot can complete the disinfection job of 1000 square meters in about 100 minutes, which is more efficient and effective than the previous manual disinfection by labor.

At the same time, it can also join the public epidemic prevention network through 5G and other technologies, so that the ultraviolet disinfection robot as a public health and sanitation and epidemic prevention robot has the functions of human temperature measurement, portrait recognition, and security alarm, making it a mobile public epidemic prevention first-line infrastructure.
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Principle Of Ultraviolet Sterilization Technology

deep ultraviolet sterilization principle

Deep ULTRAVIOLET radiation can destroy the DNA or RNA molecular structure in microbial body cells, resulting in the death of growthline cells and the death of regenerative cells, thus achieving the sterilization effect. Under a certain dose, the deep ultraviolet ray kills most bacteria and viruses within 1 second. 

The sterilization rate of UVC is related to target microorganism and irradiation dose
- Kill general bacterial propagules:the dose should be up to 10000 μw.s/cm²
- Kills bacterial spores: up to 100000 μw.s/cm²
- Kills viruses: Somewhere between a bacterial propagator and a bud
- Kills fungal spores: higher than bacterial spores, sometimes 600 000 μw.s/cm² (pathogenic fungi are generally less resistant to unltraviolet light than bacterial spores)
- Kills unknown target microorganisms: not less than 100 000 μw.s/cm²

The Required lrradiation Time To Inactivate Microorganisms under 30,000μW/cm² Dose of UV 254nm

Name Time(s)
Bacteria Bacillus Anthracis 0.3
Clostridium Tetani 0.3
Dysentery bacilli 1.5
Escherichia Coli 0.4
Staphylococcus albus 1.3
Micrococcus Candidus 0.4
Virus Bacteiophage 0.2
Influenza 0.3
Poliovirus 1 0.8
Hepatitis B virus 0.8
Mould Spores Aspergillus Niger 0.3-0.7
Mucor Mucedo 4.6
Penicillium Roqueforti 0.9-3.0
Algae Blue-Green Alage 10-40
Nematode Eggs 3.4
Green Alage 1.2
Protozoa 4.0-6.7
Fish Diseases Leukoplakia 2.7
Infectious pancreatic necrosis 4.0
Viral hemorrhagic disease 1.6

Notes:99.99% LethalDosage (Second)

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