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UV light solutions to help in the fight against Coronavirus

Mobile Room Disinfection

Disinfect air and surfaces in unoccupied rooms. Effective from just 10 minutes exposure. Operated from outside the room via tablet (supplied) and includes motion sensor deactivation for safety.

Handheld Surface Disinfection

Disinfect equipment and surfaces in unoccupied rooms in a matter of seconds. Allows disinfection of shadow areas that fixed mount lighting may not reach.

Fixed-mount Room Disinfection

Disinfection of air and surfaces in unoccupied rooms. 4m x 4m area when mounted at 2.5m height. Multiple units required for larger areas or to reduce shadowing.

Hand Hygiene Training

Teach best practice handwashing technique to improve infection control and reduce cross-contamination. Includes UV Glow Box, 4 x UV Glow Lotion and carry bag.

Cleanliness monitoring

UV inspection torch to reveal hidden contamination not easily visible to the naked eye. Helps with cleanliness monitoring and validation of cleaning methods, products and procedures.

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Our friendly, experienced team are on hand to help identify the most suitable UV solution for your particular process requirements.

UV-C light and Coronavirus

UV light is a proven technology when it comes to reducing bacteria, viruses and other harmful microorganisms that pose a risk to human health. Ultraviolet (UV-C) light kills or inactivates microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.

For many years, UV germicidal lamps have been used for disinfection of air and surfaces within hospitals, care homes, laboratories and many other organisations where hygiene and cleanliness are of utmost importance. In light of the current Coronavirus outbreak, UV is just one of the many technologies available and being utilised to help reduce and control the spread.

Signify and the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories at Boston University School of Medicine have teamed up and released information regarding the UV-C dose levels required to deactivate SARS-CoV-19, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Their data shows that a UV-C dose of 50 J/m2 was required to achieve a 99% reduction and 220 J/m2 for a 99.999% reduction.

This information allows us to calculate the required exposure times for each of our UV disinfection lamps, based on a particular distance/area from the source.

LightSaverUV Disinfection Trolley (up to 4.5m radius)

  • 10 minutes for a 99.9999% reduction

UVC Germicidal Hand Lamp (A4 area, 20cm distance from UV lamp to surface)

  • 1.33 seconds for a 99% reduction
  • 5.87 seconds for a 99.9999% reduction

UVC 150W Germicidal Unit (4m x 4m area, based on a 2.5m ceiling height)

  • 10 minutes for a 99.9999% reduction

Our measurements are traceable to National Standards, allowing us to calculate accurate exposure times to meet the UV-C dose levels published by independent laboratories and organisations.

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