With KeyWest International airport going the ultraviolet way for its disinfection
purposes, the list of country’s airports that have been placing their trust in
the technology is indeed becoming longer.
authorities have chosen a UV disinfection robot that is autonomous and can move
freely around the airport. It has powerful sensors that switch off the UVC lamp
the moment they detect humans in the vicinity – further enhancing its safety
factor. It is believed to finish the disinfection cycle of interior spaces within
just 2.5 hours. The UV light robot began patrolling inside the airport last
month covering all the areas from washrooms to check-in counters and boasts of
a chemical-free air disinfection.
officials rely on the high-intensity UVC wavelength to kill 99.9% of harmful
pathogens. “UV technology is another fantastic disinfection tool to rid
surfaces of COVID-19 currently on the market,” said Richard Strickland, Sr.Director of Airports, Key West International Airport. “Our continued commitment
to the health and safety of all of our guests as well as our employees has to
come first.” With this UV light addition to its disinfection routine, Strickland
wants to reassure passengers that the airport is ready to do everything possible
to protect them from Covid-19.
acceptance of UVC light for disinfection purposes at international airports should
put to rest all the doubts surrounding its impact. Indubitably, one has to
follow all the safety guidelines and always keep trained professionals at the
forefront when it comes to operating UV disinfection products.
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