R-Zero (EDCUtah Project Air) is a biosafety startup born during the pandemic to make ultraviolet disinfecting machines for commercial and institutional customers. In June, the company announced it had raised $41.5 million to accelerate the development and deployment of its intelligent, sustainable disinfection platform.
The company now has over 1,000 organizations - including schools, corporate offices, restaurants, senior care facilities, professional sports teams and county corrections departments – using its biosafety technology to create safer, healthier physical environments, through a subscription model that starts at $17 a day.
R-Zero’s recent Series B round brings the company’s total capital raised to over $58 million – since it was founded in April 2020. The round was led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm World Innovation Lab. More here.
In related news:
- R-Zero has acquired CoWorkr, a workplace intelligence platform. More here.
- R-Zero’s Salt Lake area headquarters are nearing completion, with projected opening in August.