Infection Prevention
UVC Disinfection
Single-Cycle, Whole-Room Disinfection
By offering the most extensive choices of UVC on the market, Skytron has the ideal UVC disinfection systems to fill the need of any hospital, long term facility, or any area that is improving infection control procedures. With four UVC models to choose from, Skytron meets every need and every budget. Through effective, single-cycle, whole-room disinfection, Skytron UV delivers more power and efficiency, ensuring proper disinfection and increased staff workflow productivity.
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  • Multiple studies showing a statistically significant reduction in HO C.diff of 41% or higher1,2,3
  • 100% reduction in Klebsiella1
  • Reduced Acinetobacter by 71.4%1
  • During UVC usage period Meridian Health saw a statistically significant reduction in CAUTI4
  • Successful disinfection to prevent transmission of Candida Auris5
  • Uses Smart dosing technology to deliver maximum germicidal UVC dose
  • Automated to remove human error or moving of the device
  • Uses 254nm lights which are the most effective UVC wavelength
  • Tracking software to give you accurate usage data
  • Skytron’s Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) program provides customers with a plan to prevent equipment downtime as much as possible
  • Lower total cost of ownership
  • Reduce HAI’s & HAC Score
  • Skytron level of quality to help you succeed
  • 98% uptime guarantee
  • Custom service plans available
  • On-site training and 24/7 support

Explore our three options for UVC room disinfection:

1140 Sentry

2280 Syndicate 

3200 Max

Patient Safety

Our solution is proven to kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi and help reduce HAI's which save lives.

Correct Dose

With our SmartDosage UVTM technology, we ensure the correct dose of germicidal energy every time.

Financial Impact

Our portfolio of UVC disinfection robots provides a choice for any budget while still saving money on HAI's and your HAC score.

Trusted Partner

Skytron is a leader in medical devices and innovation. We focus on our partners to ensure your path to success.

Options to Fit Your Needs

With three UVC robot models to choose from, we strive to meet every need and every budget.

The Problem

Each day, about 1 in 31 U.S. patients has at least one infection associated with hospital care. That is 1.7 million patients with an estimated 98,000 patients dying because of improper sanitation.6,7

The Problem

Less than 50% of hospital room surfaces are adequately cleaned and disinfected when chemical germicides are used. The overall thoroughness of terminal cleaning is an average of 49%.9,10

The Problem

Hospitals with Total HAC Scores greater than the 75th percentile of all Total HAC Scores (i.e., the worst-performing quartile) will be subject to a 1% payment reduction.8

Disinfection in Places Never Imagined
We are here to support you and provide the highest level of care to your facility. Skytron's UVC Disinfection robots, like the 1140 Sentry, are designed to fit in smaller spaces like helicopters, ambulances, and more.
Reduction in Klebsiella1
Reduction in Acinetobacter1
Reduction in HO C.diff or higher1,2,3
Correct Dosage

Skytron’s Ultraviolet C (UVC) provides an effective method of microorganism inactivation for contaminated air and surfaces. UVC disinfection technology has been in use since the early 1900s for municipal water supplies and Skytron’s UVC infection control devices are a powerful, modern, mobile solution to reduce HAI’s.

UVC energy is a wavelength range of Ultraviolet energy spanning 200-280 nanometers (nm). Skytron’s UVC sanitization robots specifically employ the highly germicidal 253.7 nm bandwidth to cause photochemical damage to cellular DNA and virus RNA. This biological damage inactivates the cell by preventing replication and therefore infection capability. Germicidal efficacy is determined by the overall dose of UV disinfection light, which is a product of lamp output (i.e., intensity) and exposure duration.

Traditional, manual hospital cleaning protocols are often insufficient in stopping the spread of pathogens and leave room for error in technique and chemical application. With the use of UVC disinfection in hospitals or any facility, the Skytron portfolio ensures the correct germicidal dose is thoroughly delivered to all surfaces, lowering infection rates and costs.

  1. Napolitano, N. A., Mahapatra, T., & Tang, W. (2015). The effectiveness of UV-C radiation for facility-wide environmental disinfection to reduce health care–acquired infections. American Journal of Infection Control, 43(12), 1342–1346. doi: 10.1016/j.ajic.2015.07.006
  2. Bernard, H., & Little, J. (2015). The Impact of Ultraviolet (UV) Disinfection System Coupled with Evidence-based Interventions on the Incidence of Hospital Onset Clostridium Difficile (HO-C-Diff). American Journal of Infection Control, 43(6). doi: 10.1016/j.ajic.2015.04.067
  3. Liscynesky, C., Hines, L. P., Smyer, J., Hanrahan, M., Orellana, R. C., & Mangino, J. E. (2017). The Effect of Ultraviolet Light on Clostridium difficile Spore Recovery Versus Bleach Alone. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 38(9), 1116–1117. doi: 10.1017/ice.2017.126
  4. Hanrahan, S., Haraschak, C., & Buckalew, G. (2016). Impact of Ultraviolet Light Disinfection on Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection and Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Rates in a Major Medical Teaching Hospitals. Open Forum Infectious Diseases, 3(suppl_1). doi: 10.1093/ofid/ofw172.130
  5. Bedell, K., Buchaklian, A. H., & Perlman, S. (2016). Efficacy of an Automated Multiple Emitter Whole-Room Ultraviolet-C Disinfection System Against Coronaviruses MHV and MERS-CoV. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 37(5), 598–599. doi: 10.1017/ice.2015.348
  6. Center for Disease Control and Prevention. 2018 National and State Healthcare-Associated Infection Progress Report. Avalable at Accessed November 26, 2019
  7. Haque, M., Sartelli, M., McKimm, J., & Abu Bakar, M. (2018). Health care-associated infections - an overview. Infection and drug resistance, 11, 2321–2333. doi:10.2147/IDR.S177247
  8. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. (2019, July). Retrieved December 12, 2019, from
  9. Weber, D., & Rutala, W. (2013). Understanding and Preventing Transmission of Healthcare-Associated Pathogens Due to the Contaminated Hospital Environment. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 34(5), 449-452. doi:10.1086/670223
  10. Carling, P., Parry, M., & Von Beheren, S. (2008). Identifying Opportunities to Enhance Environmental Cleaning in 23 Acute Care Hospitals. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 29(1), 1-7. doi:10.1086/524329
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