Product - Raze CoV


Protection from Hospital Acquired Infections​

Raze CoV UV-C Disinfection System

Raze CoV UV-C Disinfection system is a mobile system for surface sterilization. It is the best disinfection technology in high-touch areas like hospitals, hotels, and other public areas. 99.99% sterilization can be guaranteed. 

The machine uses UV-C light at a wavelength of 254 nm for disinfection. The machine has 360-degree coverage and is of height 8 ft. It has motion sensing capability and will automatically turn OFF if it detects any movement within 10 ft.

How Raze CoV Works

Ibis Medical’s Raze CoV UV-C disinfection system effectively sterilizes surfaces in controlled environments such as hospitals, hotels, offices, and other public spaces.

The system emits UV-C light that inactivates the DNA and RNA present in bacteria and viruses. Following manual cleaning, the machine can be placed in the area of interest with all devices and furniture positioned for maximum exposure.

A UV-C dose indicator card measures the effectiveness of the sterilization process. Raze CoV takes approximately 5 to 15 minutes to disinfect an average-sized room.

As opposed to chemical treatments, Raze CoV does not leave behind any residue, and the space can be used immediately.



Technical Specifications

Power requirement: 220-240 VAC, 50 Hz, 2 Amp

Power                          : 396 W

Height adjustments: 1680 – 2400 mm

Bulb life                      : 9000 hours

Safety                          : Emergency auto switch-off when it detects human movement

Performance Specifications​

Positioning            : Manual positioning

Control                   : Android app controls for height adjustment and operation timer

Motion sensors    : Detects human intervention within 10 feet
Disinfection time: 5-10 mins for 25 sq.m.  

Physical Specifications

Light units : 12 UV-C light tubes

Size: 1680 X 600 X 600 cm (while machine is OFF) & 2400 X 600 X 600 cm (while machine is ON) 


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Facts of UV rays and COVID-19

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Have Any Questions?


UV (or Ultra Violet) Disinfection uses Ultra Violet light of a short wavelength that rapidly inactivates microorganisms exposed to it. UV-C is an efficient and safe method of disinfection.

It is effective COVID19 sterilization; it can also reduce or eliminate, DNA-based airborne contaminants like bacteria, viruses, molds, etc, and provide much healthier air to breathe.

UV-C light which is at a wavelength of 200-280 nm can penetrate tiny micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses, protozoa, etc, and alter the DNA/RNA by leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.

It can be verified with the help of a Dosimeter. Dosimeters are small cards or stickers kept at locations or surfaces which you plan to disinfect. Dosimeters will be yellow in colour initially, when exposed to UV-C light of certain intensity (mostly 10µJ), its colour will change from yellow to pink which means the power is sufficient to disinfect the microorganism.

Yes. Ultraviolet light in C band (UV-C) can cause skin rashes, eye irritation and can also lead to more serious health problems exposed to a constant and prolonged basis, which is why all experts recommend using UV-C disinfecting devices.

No. It does not cause any physical or chemical changes/damages to any inert objects exposed to its light.

No. UV-C light cannot pass through any solid surface. In fact, it can’t even pass through transparent objects such as glass, acrylics, etc. Thus even if a glass-walled room is being disinfected, it won’t affect people working outside the room. However a purplish visible light is generated along with UV-C which is of no harm, can pass through glass/acrylic, etc

Immediately, Raze CoV uses UV-C lights for sterilizing. Light does not leave behind any traces or any harmful fumes once the unit is switched off. Hence any Raze CoV treated room is ready for occupancy immediately after use. This is in complete contrast to chemical-based disinfecting methods.

  • UV light has been safely used in water treatment, agribusiness for the last several years. While using the Raze CoV disinfection system, please ensure the following.
  • Inspect visually to see if the premises/room to be disinfected is unoccupied.
  • The operator of this device has to stay in the vicinity in order to warn or advise people to stay away from the area where Raze CoV is being used.
  • Ensure all the items which require disinfection are displayed properly and indirect visual range of the Raze CoV device.
  • All items/surfaces need to be visually inspected to ensure that they do not fall under the light shadow. If the light doesn’t fall on any surface, then that surface will not be disinfected