Press Enter to the main content area

TAIWAN EXPO in Malaysia-News List-Taiwan Excellence award-winning anti-epidemic products to fight global COVID-19 outbreak


Taiwan Excellence award-winning anti-epidemic products to fight global COVID-19 outbreak

  • Online Date: 2020/02/18
  • Modify Date: 2020/02/25


Taiwan's medical care system has been widely recognized globally for its exceptionally high standards of public health and epidemic prevention networks, and also for its medical products. Exports from Taiwan’s medical device industry reached approximately US$3.3 billion in 2019, and is expected to be in the top 20th in export value in the world.


In 1993, Taiwan’s government established the Taiwan Excellence Awards, and award-winning products represent the very best of Taiwan’s most outstanding products, selected through a vigorous competition process that focuses on products which offer quality, design and innovation for customers.


This year, there are 37 winners for Taiwan Excellence Awards in the medical related category. The following are among the most popular and bestselling epidemic prevention products in Taiwan:

📍 Infrared non-contact forehead temperature thermometer

The Microlife non-contact thermometer NC 200 enables taking an accurate measurement automatically within 5 cm.


📍 Smallest, filterless, personal air purifier

LUFT Cube filterless SPP nanotech neutralizes pollutants, viruses and bacteria around you.


📍 Eleclean disinfectant sprayer

A portable sterilizing device that eliminates bacteria and viruses.


📍 254 UVC disinfection robot system

A robot that applies ultra violet light for sterilization


For more quality Taiwan health & precision products from Taiwan Excellence, please see:


Additionally, Medical Taiwan, a medical, health & care expo, is to be held on Jun 11-13 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 2.



***As of today, Monday Feb 17, the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in a total of 71, 405 confirmed cases reported worldwide. As of writing, a total of 20 confirmed cases were found in Taiwan, with 1 of the confirmed cases deceased, 2 cases fully recovered and released from hospital, and the remaining 17 in a stable condition and on the way to a full recovery. The risk of infection to international travelers within Taiwan is considered low to minimal.


**The latest reports state that the number of total confirmed cases in China, including Hong Kong (57) and Macau (10), is 70,683, followed by a cruise ship currently in international conveyance (355), Singapore (75), Japan (66), Thailand (35), Republic of Korea (29), Malaysia (22), Taiwan (20), Germany (16), Vietnam (16), Australia (15), United States of American (15), France (12), UK (9), UAE (9), and Canada (8).