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UV light meters and radiometers

Monitor UV light levels for process control and to help schedule bulb replacement.

UV Irradiance Meters

Simple ‘click and point’ UV light irradiance meters to measure UV light output in mW/cm2.

UV Exposure Meters

To monitor UV light output of your process and help schedule bulb replacement.

UV Irradiance and Exposure Meters

Measure UV light irradiance (mW/cm2) or UV light exposure levels (mJ/cm2).

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Risk management training

One day course aimed at health and safety professionals and those responsible for ensuring the safe use of UV light equipment in the workplace.

Designed to help employers to meet their legal obligations for the safe use of UV light in the workplace under The Control of Artificial Optical Radiation at Work Regulations 2010.

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UV risk assessment

On-site survey to determine the maximum permissible exposure times for the skin and eyes based on your process.

Includes recommendations for administrative and engineering control measures to ensure safe use and compliance with your legal obligations.

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Free UV safety talk and open day

Want to learn more about your legal obligations regarding the safe use of UV light in the workplace? Or want to discuss your equipment requirements with our team? Why not join us for one of our open days which includes:

  • A talk on workplace UV safety from our MD, Paul Jackson
  • Information on how to optimize equipment selection and minimize risk
  • A chance to discuss your specific process or application with experts
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People we work with

We are proud to be trusted by some of the World’s top companies, supplying UV equipment, training and consultancy to the likes of:

  • Airbus
  • BAE Systems
  • Health and Safety Executive
  • Mercedes F1
  • Morrisons
  • Rolls-Royce
Need help with UV equipment selection?

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

We’ll also recommend any UV safety products or training that may be required to ensure the maximum UV light exposure levels are not exceeded and you are compliant with your legal obligations under The Control of Artificial Optical Radiation at Work Regulations 2020.

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