San Antonio-based Xenex makes Germ-Zapping Robots



News : San Antonio-based Xenex makes Germ-Zapping Robots to eliminate harmful bacteria, viruses and spores that can cause infections in medical facilities. As the pandemic has escalated, the company has seen a sharp surge in orders from all over the world for its $125,000 disinfecting robot.

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San Antonio-based Xenex makes Germ-Zapping Robots