Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


Automated Disinfectant Device, Arduino UNO Microcontroller, indoor set-ups, output time, area covered, Commercially Available Disinfectant Machine


In 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak, caused by the novel coronavirus SARSCoV-2, had countries worldwide taking immediate action towards managing the global pandemic at hand. COVID-19 was recognized as a highly infectious disease that had put millions of people at risk of getting ill, with not enough protection within their communities to get by. This research study, therefore, aims on designing, constructing, and testing out a Newly Developed Automated Disinfectant Device, controlled by an Arduino UNO Microcontroller, created to disinfect indoor set-ups more effectively as compared to commercially available disinfectant machines of the same purpose. The disinfectant device was constructed in Maragondon, Cavite with strong and lightweight materials. Within 90 minutes of disinfection through trial testing, a 25-square-meter enclosed room was entirely disinfected with fog. The Automated Disinfectant Device was shown to have a high average of 71.6 minutes of output time, with a 0.028 p-value, and 25-square-meters of area covered, with a

First Advisor

Vivian B. Ramirez