Xenex Announces StrikeForce Disinfection Service; LightStrike Robot Destroys COVID-19 Virus in 2 Minutes

San Antonio – June 22, 2020 — The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc upon the world. As cities across Texas report a spike in the number of coronavirus cases, businesses and organizations are looking for strategies to combat the


First Hotel in Country to Deploy Virus Killing Robots

Houston, TX – March 12, 2020 – The Westin Houston Medical Center is the first and only hotel in the U.S. to utilize LightStrike™ Germ-Zapping Robots™ to sanitize and disinfect its guest rooms and common areas to help combat the


Vaccines have become quite the controversial topic…

In today’s digital age, news breaks fast and so do a plethora of personal opinions. Sometimes we just don’t know what is factual or anecdotal. Everyone has their own opinion. It has been over 300 years since Edward Jenner introduced


Xenex Secures $38 Million in Funding Led by Essex Woodlands & Piper Jaffray Merchant Banking; Company’s Germ-Zapping Robots Help Hospitals Reduce Infection Rates

Xenex Disinfection Services, the manufacturer of LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robots™, today announced the investment of $38 million in a funding round led by Essex Woodlands (EW), one of the country’s leading healthcare private equity firms. The financing, which includes new participation



The American Diabetes Association and the Father’s Day Council of New Orleans recently honored Joseph Authement, senior vice president of global sales at Xenex Disinfection Services, for his commitment to help stop diabetes. Authement’s dedication to improving healthcare is deeply


La Cañada Valley Sun: New robot system at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital uses UV light to disinfect hospital rooms

August 10, 2016 — A robot that can disinfect a hospital room in a matter of minutes, using UV light to kill bacteria and microorganisms that cause life-threatening infections, is one of several new technologies coming to patients served by USC Verdugo


Think all UV light is equal? Think again…

The use of Ultraviolet (UV) technology to kill pathogens in the hospital environment is on the rise – partly because there are now numerous studies that show the adoption of pulsed xenon UV can help drastically reduce Hospital Acquired Infection