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GoGaS Goch relies on high-energy UV-C light - drone magazine

The UV-C process has been an integral part of food production, drinking water treatment and numerous areas of health care such as operating theaters and patient rooms for many years. The principle is based on the knowledge that pathogens in the history of evolution could not build their own protection against UV light, because UV-C light is completely absorbed by the earth's atmosphere. "The fight against pathogens is a consideration of the respective means of use. With the atomization of liquids, huge rooms and areas can be disinfected even from a great distance. However, the use of UV-C light is the safest method at close range," says Martin Sembach from GoGaS Goch from Dortmund.

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UV-C Light, Better Infection Prevention in Stadiums

Traditional disinfection methods are based on using liquids, both chemicals and bio degradable. With the awarness of COVID-19 and the need for a strategic response in infection prevention, it has rapidly become clear that applying more chemicals is partially solving the problem. On the other hand this generates a whole range of new
problems, including a dramatic increase of usage of hazardous disinfection liquids, increase of risks for employees and visitors by poisoning aerosols, their spread in ventilation and aircon systems and equally bad, in the water system due to wrong and improper handling and application.

GoGaS CAREtaker is ideal for VIP lounges, team areas, team areas, conference rooms, restaurants and general public areas such as football stadiums, ice hockey, handball, basketball and baseball.

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UVC disinfection robot CAREtaker - something new made out of the threat

Gogas, a company with over 70 years of experience in the field of electromagnetic waves, also succeeded in creating something new from the threat. During the crisis, the strategic decision was made to add the third pillar, Health and Safety Compliance, to the two existing pillars, building systems and process heat. The alliance with the Danish company UVD Robots brought a master distributor on board, with whom one can offer the customer hygiene in the building and with additional products also hygiene for the employees.

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The way to a CO2-neutral property

There are a number of ways to operate a property in a CO2-neutral manner. In addition to replacement plantings, certificate trading is currently a frequently practiced solution. But there is also the option of retrofitting a property so that operations become CO2 neutral. This will, of course, become more and more interesting from 2021 onwards, because from then on the costs will continue to rise.

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Investment is needed in improved hygiene standardsation

According to Martin Sembach, director of strategic business development at ecothermal engineering company GoGaS Goch, airports will need to invest more in cleaning solutions in the near future if they want to tackle Covid-19. Sembach encourages the implementation of more automated cleaning solutions, such as touchless dispensers in washrooms and autonomous robots that use UV-C lighting to provide 360° disinfection coverage.

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