CSGI Mobile FAQs
UVC disinfection is a chemical-free, no-touch method of killing germs on surfaces and in the air. UVC disinfection is widely used in hospitals.
UVC disinfection robots emit a specific, germ-killing wavelength of ultraviolet light (254 nanometers) in a room to destroy bacteria and viruses on all exposed surfaces in minutes. UVC robots are particularly good at killing germs on large amounts of surface area consistently and quickly, whereas manual disinfection may be spotty and labor intensive. This makes UVC disinfection an ideal supplement to traditional cleaning strategies.
In multiple peer-reviewed studies, CSGI has used UVC disinfection robots to prevent infections for hospital patients. See CSGI’s clinical trials at csgiusa.com/studies.
CSGI mobile is available for all healthcare facilities, homes, and businesses in the Greater Los Angeles region.
- Entirely remove any pets, live plants, artwork, medicine, and other valuables from the locations to be disinfected.
- Ensure the CSGI Technician has access to at least two (2) functioning 15 AMP electrical sockets (standard three-prong outlet) in each disinfection location.
- Remove or minimize linens, curtains, and other soft surfaces from disinfection location. We recommend linens and curtains, and other soft surfaces be laundered in accordance with facility guidelines
Target locations must be completely unoccupied during UVC disinfection, but are safe to enter immediately after completion.
Any indoor, enclosed area or room with an appropriate electrical outlet (please see How do I prepare for CSGI mobile?).
CSGI mobile helps prevent infections throughout the continuum of care, including home health patients, nursing homes, outpatient clinics, and hospitals.
No, UVC is only effective against bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
No, tasks like trash and bioload removal must be performed as usual. UVC disinfection enhances traditional cleaning but it is not a replacement. CSGI does not provide janitorial services.