UVGI SANITISATION SYSTEMS

UV-C light is a proven technology that kills or inactivates microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA and RNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. For many years, UV germicidal lamps (UVGI) 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 the current Corona virus outbreak, UV is just one of the many technologies available and being utilised to help reduce and control the spread. 

During  the Lockdown level 5 and the first signs of the outbreak of the virus, we spent our  time focusing on UVC technology to come up with ways in which  we could help restrict the spread of the Covid -19 virus. Throughout our existing portfolio of commercial buildings  that we currently facilitate the research we did all pointed to the same thing:

  • Under certain conditions the  virus could stay airborne  for quite some time

  • As an aerosol it could spread through the  ducting to other areas of the building.  

  • This is a real area of concern as most buildings have large central plants.

3 in 1 Solution

AIR AND SURFACE 

INFECTION PREVENTION STRATEGY 

  • Occupied Air Sanitisation

  • Unoccupied Surface Sanitisation

 

  • Manned Mobile Surface Sanitisation

3 Modes

AIR SANITISATION
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FLOW UVGI - AIR SANITATION UNIT is designed to stand in high traffic and densely populated indoor areas

SURFACE SANITISATION
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FLOW UVGI - SURFACE  SANITISATION UNIT The Air Sanitation Unit changes into a  Surface sanitation unit by opening three flaps.

IN DUCT SANITISATION
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FLOW UVGI - IN DUCT  SANITISATION UNIT This unit is designed to fit into an existing HVAC duct. All HVAC systems essentially do the same thing, but they differ vastly in the way they do it.