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The Robot used by more hospitals than any other device for no-touch room disinfection*.

Combat hospital acquired infections (HAIs) with the world’s only Full Spectrum™ UV Germ-Zapping Robot™.

HAIs are one of the leading causes of death in the United States.

In the U.S., approximately the same number of people die from hospital acquired infections (HAIs) as from AIDS, breast cancer and auto accidents combined. Patients acquire HAIs while receiving care at hospitals for another condition. These infections, such as MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and C. diff (Clostridium difficile), can devastate and kill patients. Current CDC statistics show that in the United States, 1 in every 25 patients will contract an HAI and of those, 1 in 9 will die. HAIs cost the healthcare industry upwards of $30 billion dollars annually.

 *Source: ECRI Institute

Our Solutions

Our Solutions

The Xenex mission is to save lives and reduce suffering by eliminating the deadly microorganisms that cause hospital acquired infections (HAIs).

Research & Results

Research & Results

Customers have seen extraordinary outcomes and reductions in infections – the majority exceeding 50% – in peer reviewed published outcome studies.

Resource Center

Resource Center

Download content and resources to help you learn how to reduce the incidence of HAIs in your facility by providing a cleaner, safer environment for your patients.

Homepage Video

See one of our Xenex Germ Zapping Robots™ in action!

Homepage Quotes

  • “It really fit into our mission to provide a healing environment and to co-market what we were already doing to reduce the incidence of HAIs.”

    Vicki A. Darnell, CEO, Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center
  • "Our EMS staff got excited about the Xenex Robot. From clinical staff to management, there was enthusiastic collaboration as we united in the common goal of keeping our veterans safe."

    Terrance Akin, Chief Operating Officer, Cone Health
  • “This is additional technology… It will help us drop the infection rates even further, and prevent the spread of any new infections that could be emerging.”

    Dr. Ian Hosein, Queen Elizabeth Hospital