Welcoming a new medical innovation that could alter how you think about sanitizing options for your building, institutions, or any public space.
We've heard of a variety of policies that create an environment where the risk of COVID transmission could be minimized. They all carried out different results and partly participated to assure the public's awareness that they could go about their day-to-day lifestyle safely. However, ongoing new insights on COVID reveals growing public concern every day, which motivates specialists to devise new countermeasures.
Brigid Innovation, a thriving innovator in this technology, have promoted and implemented the use of this progressive disinfection method and device developed by its team of experts, a group of well-versed in this proprietary technology. During recent years,The Escalator and Travelator Handrail Sanitization Device has grown to become a much more favorable device to ensure all large commercials and institutional guests' well-being and comfort.
“ We innovate to deliver a safe haven for the public and emphasize on the importance of the disinfection process for all touchable surfaces,” says Brigid innovation’s leader of the research Dep.
UV-C has a long history and is a reliable disinfectant. Due to UV-effective C's well-established and scientifically supported germicidal characteristics, the likelihood of transmission for all airborne transmitted diseases has been reduced.
According to an analysis, the global ultrasound probe disinfection market was worth USD 342.5 million in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.4 percent from 2020 to 2027. In addition, current laws, regulations, industry standards, and recommendations all support the safe use of UV-C.
The first UV-C light disinfection device for escalators was promoted by the South Korean (LG) company as a more effective method of disinfection than the manual process, originally invented by Jonathan Gotsche. According to an analysis conducted by an AI research company , escalator and travelator manufacturers raced to innovate on this unique invention for their own products exponentially after the emergence of COVID and the need for a healthier environment.