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R-Zero, maker of UV-C light banks on wheels, raises $41.5 Million

Jane Lanhee Lee at reports San Francisco-based R-Zero, a startup formed during the pandemic to make ultraviolet disinfecting machines for commercial and institutional customers, said on June 16, 2021, it raised $41.5 million to help automate its process and make it more efficient. A Notice of Exempt Offering of Securities (filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday) identifies the Company’s directors and officers. While hospitals have been using UV-C lights for decades to disinfect operating rooms, the technology was not widely adopted because the machinery was expensive, said Ben Boyer, a co-founder of R-Zero. R-Zero?s UV-C…
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