Tested and approved 

Tested and approved

DMD4000 follows all international infection hygiene guidelines, built on the best principals of room disinfection.

Our technology, the dry mist disinfection vapour combined with the mechanical spray system concept, is evidence-approved based on full EN172727 scope and as per Statens Serum Institut (SSI) guidelines by our partner company. The Disinfection robot DMD-4000 now also has the EN17272 compliance which as expected was a formality due to the know technology. The positive point is that our EN 17272 tests proved that the DMD-4000 robot is more powerful than existing solutions which means that we were able to deactivate bacteria and yeast more effectively and with less contact time than other existing solutions. Furthermore, we believe to have the first autonomous robot achieving the EN 17272 compliance in the world, which is indeed a game changing achievement and makes us the first in this new application. The approval process is an ongoing journey and we expect more progress already during 2022 on this topic. We consider this a formality though, again as our supplier and partner companies have verified this to a great extend previously for the same vapour and similar mechanical misting concept. We do in fact expect that also these results will come out strong for DMD-4000 due to its greater power and additional nozzles.

Our dry mist consist of water and H202 (hydrogen peroxide) which is quality assured by Statens Serum Institut, for more information regarding the use of hydrogen peroxide please consult part 2.6.1 in the national guidelines here (Guidelines in Danish). The dry mist is distributed in the room via 3 nozzles to ensure disinfection in all hidden spots. This enables DMD4000 to secure up to Log 6 reduction of clinical purity. Furthermore, our disinfection vapour, is approved at EU level via ECHA and the competent Danish Body.

Click here for more information about our hydrogen peroxide liquid, and the more than 200 tests it has passed: Tested and approved

The following 8 research articles describe the evidence behind DMD4000 technology. 

1: Impact of environmental decontamination using hydrogen peroxide 

2: Cambridge hospital epidemiology article about hydrogen-peroxide

3: Most vegetative bacteria and spores tested

4: A programmable device providing a dry fume

5: Virucidal efficacy of hydrogen peroxide

6: Health care associated infection remain a major cause of patient morbidity and mortality

7: Hydrogen peroxide vapour inactivation of adenovirus 

8: Hydrogen peroxide vapor decontamination of an intensive care unit

DMD4000 is tested and approved   
The DMD4000 robot is risk assessed in collaboration with Danish Technological Institute, and is approved for use indoors. DMD4000 is also compliant with EN17272:2020 standard and ensures disinfection at internationally recognized high levels for bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores control.

CE CERTIFIED – The robot is CE, EN1525 & ANSI B56.5 CleanroomCertified (ISO Class 4)