In the era of "superbugs" (bacteria, viruses, Covid-19), UVmobi invents innovative germicidal ultraviolet disinfection solutions.
With an eye on the future, the protection of individuals and our environment, we are helping to create a safer world for you and your loved ones.
NON-STOP AUTOMATIC DISINFECTION OF SHARED VEHICLES AND SPACES (TRAINS, BUSES, CARS, STATIONS)
Equipped with new far UVC technology (222 nm wavelength), the UVmobi Inside module provides continual disinfection of shared vehicles and transportation hubs even in the presence of users (stations, platforms).
With a 30% to 40% drop in metro and train usage, public transport whether privately owned (taxi, minicabs, car pools) or state-sponsored (subway bus train) has been hard hit by the current pandemic. The reinforced disinfection of shared vehicles and their environment helps to fight the pandemic and reassure passengers ensuring that Covid-19 does not permanently change our daily activities.
FLASH CAR DISINFECTION
The first flash disinfection service for cars that uses ultraviolet light to tackle Covid 19 and more than 700 other germs that may be present inside your car.
In just two minutes you will have a more sanitary vehicle:
- For you and your clients, if you are a transport professional (minicabs, taxis, car-pools, hire cars)
- For you and your family if you are a private car owner.
DISINFECTION OF FACE MASKS, SHREDDED BEFORE RECYCLING
STRENGTH OF ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT FOR SENSITIVE WASTE
Disposable face masks have been used on a large scale since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic and are a worrying source of plastic pollution.
Working closely with PLAXTIL, one of the first companies to tackle mask recycling, we have created custom-made equipment that uses ultraviolet light to disinfect discarded masks.
The aim is to ensure that masks are collected and recycled according to the highest possible health and safety norms.
UVMOBI IS HEADING TO EUROPE
In July 2020 our two disinfection services were selected by the EIT-UM (European Institute of Innovation and Technology Urban Mobility) as part of a project call relating to “Covid-19 and mobility”.
In November 2020, as part of a consortium of 6 partners from 4 different countries we will be carrying out two pilots in Barcelona and Thessaloniki.