|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Applicable Industry||All Industry,food and process industry|
|Water Source||All waters|
|Treated Water Quality||Bacterial And virus free water|
|Composition||SS & Glass|
|Features||lamp working indication|
|Flow Rate||1000 to 100000 LPH|
|Pack Content||1 no|
|Packaging Type||box packing|
|Material Grade||SS 304|
|Water Source||Rooms surface beds|
|Treated Water Quality||zero bateria & Virus|
UV light in the range of wavelengths between 200 and 300 nm is capable of inactivating microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses, thus disinfecting both air and solid surfaces. Often, chemical disinfectants are not enough to remove the bacteria and viruses found in hospitals and other contamination prone environment. Rapid decontamination of the used patient-care beds and hospital rooms before admission of subsequent occupants is a major requirement in hospitals in view of the limited availability of beds. Coronavirus is sensitive to UVC light, as in the case of other viruses and bacteria. The germicidal of UVC irradiation with a peak intensity at 254 nm results in cellular damage of the virus, thereby inhibiting cellular replication. Unlike chemical approaches to disinfection, UV light provides rapid, inactivation of microorganisms through a physical process.
The UVC disinfection trolley (Height 1.6mx Width 0.6m x Length 0.9m) consists of 6 UVCgermicidal tubes, which are arranged in such a way that 3 sides are illuminated with 2 tubes facing each direction. While these lamps take care of disinfection on the walls, bed, and room air, the disinfection is done by 2 smaller UV lights located at the bottom facing the The hospital rooms get disinfected when the trolley is moved around in the room by an operator in protective suit and UV resistant goggles.
On average, the operator moving the UVC trolley system with an average speed of 5ft/min can cover a room of 400 sq.ft. within 30 minutes