American Ultraviolet High-output DC-Series HVAC UVC Germicidal Lamps:
• Duct Mounted UV-C
• Optimised pass-by air decontamination
• Lamps & electronics accessed externally from ducting
• Available in two and four-lamp configuration
• Can be mounted singly, in built-up banks, or in parallel configurations Continue reading→
It has been estimated that as many as 50 million individuals within the United States suffer from allergies every year according to the American College for Allergies, Asthma and Immunology. Many of the allergens occurring indoors and recirculated over and over again. From previously blog posts you may be aware that ultraviolet light can be used for air filtration, but have you considered trying it in your own home?
The Ebola Virus – How Ultraviolet Light KILLS Ebola
“Ultraviolet light has been deemed an effective way of helping to control the contamination of Ebola with surfaces after it is outside the host.”
“Ultraviolet lights inactivates the Ebola virus existing in an environment that is treated with UV, thus stopping the spread of the virus in seconds.”
Ultraviolet light (UVC) has been deemed an effective way of helping to control the contamination of Ebola with surfaces after it is outside the host. The American Association of Blood Banks, Center for Disease Control, and various infection control journals have all provided some form of guidance on treating contaminated environments and have all recognized ultraviolet light as a valid and great tool for the job. Ultraviolet lamps are far more environmentally green than chemicals and there is virtually no issue of human error or not cleaning every surface. For example, the ARTZ/Pathogon unit can be rolled into an area, such as a patient’s room after treatment, and can be turned on by a tablet and left in the room to clean. The air and all surfaces in the room will be disinfected in minutes while nurses or healthcare staff can spend time on other matters.