ALVO offers Ultra-V™, a UV-C light decontamination robotic system for surgery rooms and all hospital areas. Reduced risk of exposure to harmful pathogens, including viruses similar to SARS-CoV (ca. 80%). UV-C light decontamination system means faster turnaround time than traditional methods of decontamination.

Valuable in high-throughput areas:
operating rooms (OR)
emergency departments (ED)
Medical Assessment Units (MAU)
Intensive Care Units (ICU)


  • Ultra-V™ is a UV-C light decontamination device. It emits light specifically at the wavelength of 254nm through 10 powerful lamps.
  • UV-C light has been proven to kill vegetative bacteria by destroying the nucleic acid in DNA.
  • Sensors we call Spectromes are placed around the room to monitor the decontamination process and control the amount of UV-C light necessary for effective decontamination.
  • The Ultra-V™ system generates an automatic electronic report after every decontamination process.
  • This enables you to monitor the process of the decontamination to implement any improvements in your decontamination program and to track your overall device usage.
  • ca. 18 minutes per room to reduce the level of contamination from ca. 24.7 to ca. 0.48 TVC (Total Viable Count)

Benefits of Ultra-V™ UV-C system:

In comparison to other decontamination devices, Ultra-V™ is more time-efficient as decontamination can be done in less than an hour. Faster turnaround time than traditional methods of decontamination.

The technology is simple to use and any hospital staff can be trained to perform decontamination with Ultra-V™.

Multiple case studies have proven that Ultra-V™ is an effective decontamination method in preventing microorganism transmission and reducing outbreak rates.

Decontamination for surgery rooms, ICUs and all hospital areas

Additional features

The Ultra-V™ system uses Wifi, enabling remote control operation of the main unit from outside the treatment area. This eliminates the risk of operator exposure to UV-C light.

A movement sensor system automatically switches off the lamps when unexpected movement is detected in the treatment space.

A stop emergency button can be used at any time to terminate the process.

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