High-level UV-C disinfection
for transoesophageal
echocardiography probes

Antigermix leads the way in high-level disinfection (HLD) for reprocessing of transoesophageal echocardiography transducers (TEE/TOE) and non-lumen endoscopes.

Setting a new benchmark for UV-C HLD, the Antigermix system enables healthcare providers to reprocess devices in approximately 180 seconds — safely, simply, and effectively reducing infection risk and improving patient care.

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One-button process with built-in verification simplifies and accelerates clinical workflows.

The press of a single button activates the Antigermix’s UV-C HLD process. The integrated Automated Verification System then monitors disinfection from start to finish. Photodiodes measure the UV-C dose and validate successful disinfection. This eliminates the need for manual post-disinfection safety checks using chemical indicators and test strips.

Used in healthcare settings around the world

In rigorous testing, both the Antigermix and Chronos® demonstrate proven effectiveness against a wide range of organisms. Our devices undergo continuous independent testing to meet global regulatory standards in Australasia, North America, Europe, and other regions.

The new standard of excellence for UV-C HLD

Cutting-edge Yuvee® technology powers the superior performance of Antigermix. Yuvee leverages the unique properties of UV-C light to eliminate the threat of microorganisms and achieve HLD.

In contrast to traditional disinfection methods, the chemical-free approach of Yuvee eliminates the risk of staff and patient contact with hazardous substances, including fumes and toxic chemical residues that can cause burns.


high-level disinfection cycle

One-button, automated
process disinfects safely,
simply, and effectively.

Ultrafast HLD
reduces infection risk.


Disinfects probe and handle in one process.

Integrated verification

Replaces manual chemical indicator checks.


Eco-friendly technology protects patients and technicians.


Fast, simple, one-button process increases patient flow.

Destroys microorganisms

Kills disease-causing bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

Manufacturer approved

Compatible with probes from leading brands.

Automatic digital traceability

Prouv® technology automatically tracks every probe’s use history, making paper labels, logbooks, and identification covers obsolete. It safeguards patient health by only allowing users to select disinfected probes. It also supports administrators in meeting compliance requirements with end-to-end traceability and intuitive record review and download features.

55%–70% of healthcare-associated infections are potentially preventable.*

*Current Infectious Disease

Customer experiences

Healthcare providers at leading institutions around the world rely on Antigermix.

Frequently asked questions

What training and accreditation are offered for Antigermix?

Training for staff on the use of the Antigermix and Chronos products is conducted during the installation. Digital training is available including videos and references guides. A comprehensive e-training presentation with a Competency Assessment checklist is also available.

What are the environmental impacts of UV-C HLD?

UV-C HLD does not require the use of chemical disinfectants, which can be harmful to the environment, especially when disposed improperly. UV-C HLD technology uses minimal energy and limited water. It requires no single-use consumables, such as wipes or other disposables.

What probes are compatible with Antigermix?

Antigermix and Chronos UV-C HLD systems are endorsed for use by more than 1,000 probe manufacturers. These include major brands such as GE HealthCare, Philips, and Siemens and many others. Contact us to find out if your probe can use Antigermix and Chronos.

How is the UV-C does measured?

The UV-C dose is the amount of light energy delivered to a surface during the disinfection process. Germitec's Antigermix systems are equipped with advanced sensors and UV-C monitoring technology that precisely measure and control the UV-C dose, ensuring that the required level of disinfection is achieved.