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UV PROTECK SURFACE DISINFECTION

UV PROTECK SURFACE DISINFECTION

UV PROTECK SURFACE DISINFECTION

UV PROTECK SURFACE DISINFECTION

UV PROTECK Designed by LAB-SIL specifically employs the highly germicidal 254 nm bandwidth to cause photochemical damage to cellular DNA and virus RNA.

This biological damage inactivates the cell by preventing replication and therefore infection capability.

Germicidal efficacy is determined by the overall dose of UVC, which is a product of lamp output (i.e., intensity) and exposure duration. The right dosage can kill more than 99.9% of most pathogens ( coronavirus included).

TECHNOLOGY WHICH CAN SAVE OUR CORONA VIRUS WARRIOR.

Features :

  • Digital timer to set disinfection time of up to 99
  • Infrared motion sensors to automatically shut off device if someone enters the room during the disinfection
  • 2min delay start time, gives enough time to vacate the room before system
  • UV Wave length 254nm
  • Average life of UV tube 8000hrs
  • Four wheel design to make it easy to transport the device from room to Two wheel castor can be locked in place.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Traditional, manual hospital cleaning protocols are susceptible to human errors which results insufficient in stopping the spread of pathogens and leave room. With the use of smart technology, the UV PROTECK  portfolio ensures the correct germicidal dose is thoroughly delivered to all surfaces, lowering infection rates and costs.

 

As per studies by International Ultraviolet Association:

The UV dose should be at least 40 mJ/cm2 to inactivate viruses on perfectly flat and ideal surfaces. The disinfection of viruses on protective medical masks may require doses of 1000‐3000 mJ/cm2.