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iMM started a new collaboration with Dynasys & IDMind to study the antiviral efficacy of their UVC lamps against the virus SARS-CoV-2 and the antibiotic-resistant bacteria Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumoniae. The tests performed ensured UVC-treatment successfully inactivated the virus and bacteria tested on non-porous surfaces.

The technology tested will be applied to four different disinfection systems: robots, closets, air purifiers and manual systems. The robot, which moves automatically, includes eight UVC lamps of 30W, different sensors able to detect objects, and it is energetically autonomous for at least 5 hours. The UVC disinfection closet allows the disinfection of different objects, that are registered as disinfected through a bar code reader and that, when given to someone, switch for “not disinfected” through a manual register device. The air purifier includes a tubular structure with UVC lamps and a fan that allows the air to flow from 6 to 12 times per hour. Lastly, the disinfection manual system allows the manual disinfection of surfaces.

To face the COVID-19 pandemic, iMM has been providing services to assess the antiviral activity of different technologies against SARS-CoV-2. The tests are performed in the biosafety level 3 laboratory (BSL3) and evaluate the percentage of inactive virus after direct or indirect contact with the technology under study.

For more information about these tests contact us through

UVC Disinfection Robot

UVC Disinfection Closet and Manual Register Device

Air Purifier

Disinfection Manual System