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Reimaging Train, Subway & Metro Sanitation

At the lowest point of the lockdown, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) was moving roughly 15-20 per cent of pre-pandemic ridership.

Europeans travel more than 122 Billion passenger kilometers per year.

2,274,960,100 riders rode the NYC subway in 2019.

The impact of COVID on rail transportation can be reduced, the risk of spreading the virus can be mitigated, rider confidence can be increased, all with the UVHammer. 

UVC has been an effective means of surface disinfection within healthcare for decades, but until now design limitations have prevented widespread adoption.

The UVHammer represents the first true application of UVC disinfection technology that can be effectively and efficiently used in any setting; this current configuration is ideal for trains, subways and metros.

The mobile UVHammer’s variable-angle lamp technology is able to disinfect high touch surfaces with an orders-of-magnitude advantage in efficiency and effectiveness than traditional vertical UVC applications.

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The UVHammer's UVC surface disinfection solution is capable of killing all known disease-causing pathogens including but not limited to:​​

  • SARS, MERS, SARS-CoV-2 (Coronavirus family)

  • Influenza (H1N1, Seasonal flu)

  • Norovirus

  • C.auris

  • C.Diff

  • Staph (Staphylococcus Aureus)

  • MRSA (Methycillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus)

  • E-Coli (Escherichia Coli)

  • Streptococcus spp.

  • Measles

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The UVHammer is capable of killing 99.99+% of germs on all high touch surfaces.


The UVHammer can disinfect 8,000 sqft/hour or 80+ rooms in an 8-hour shift.  Two passes of a subway car will sanitize the cabin.


Safety features are integrated into the UVHammer,  unmatched in the industry.


The UVHammer  

eliminates chemicals & disposable waste, total surface disinfection just a battery charge away.


The UVHammer's user interface is intuitive and simple with 4 total switches controlling the lights and wing.


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