UltraViolet Devices (UVDI) has received a tender that streamlines the use of advanced UV room disinfection devices at approximately 400 hospitals throughout Saudi Arabia.
The two-year tender with the National Unified Procurement Company (NUPCO) in Saudi Arabia facilitates the procurement of the UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer for government hospitals operated by the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Interior, University Hospitals, Specialized Hospitals, and the National Guard.
The UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer is designed to disinfect surfaces in hospital rooms after manual cleaning and has been independently proven to provide 99.99% inactivation of 35 microorganisms in five minutes.
UVDI president Richard Hayes said: “UVDI believes all patients should come home from the hospitals healthier than when they arrived.
“Thanks to the commitment of NUPCO, that promise can be efficiently realised to new levels throughout Saudi Arabia.
“We are proud and grateful to provide our advanced ‘No-Touch’ UV-C technology to help improve patient outcomes.”
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The contract with NUPCO aims to streamline the deployment of UV devices in Saudi Arabian Government hospitals by eliminating lead times and offering pre-negotiated pricing.
The UVDI-360 Room Sanitizer is distributed by the Scientific and Medical Equipment House (SMEH) Corporation in Saudi Arabia.
Richmond Enterprises represents UVDI in the Middle East.
Richmond Enterprises CEO Ronnie Pegna said: “This exciting milestone can elevate patient care across Saudi Arabia by enabling the use of advanced UV disinfection technology in thousands of hospital rooms.”