PROTECT YOUR INDOOR space FROM THE SPREAD OF BACTERIA & VIRUSES
High population areas such as Canteens, Board Rooms and Waiting Rooms require faster cycles of air purification, to ensure a safe indoor facility with ongoing activity ensures highest level of captured air, and most amount of air changes over 20 ACH per hour (8)
Ensuring Purified air with
normal daily activities below
TECHNILAMP* patented design emits a narrow band of light that is not exposed downwards, providing a safe indoor space.
with the law of convection bacteria and viruses move with the flow of air upwards towards the UVC kill zone rendering the inactivation of Bacteria and Viruses.
UV-C Light Proven To Kill 99,9% Of molds, Bacteria and Viruses
UVC 257 nm is the most effective in breaking down the DNA & RNA of Bacteria and Viruses, by destroying the outer coating of the proteins
UVC is 100% Chemically free and allows 24/7 uninterrupted air purification
AS A SOLUTION
proven to outperform all other solutions in the four main criteria below:
Ultraviolet-C (UV-C) short wave 254nm light is able to inactivate foreign pathogens by damaging nucleic acid, forming pyrimidine dimmer, inhibiting DNA/RNA replication, rendering them an inactive cellular function.
Most amount of cycles per hour are achieved moving air from the lower half of the room to the upper half – through law of convection and ventilation, that ensures the fastest rate of purification.
WITH PATENTED TECHNOLOGY
- Delivers the straightest and most concentrated UV beam
- Highest Bacteria / Viral kill rate
- Significantly reduced UV dispersion, providing a safer environment
- Ensure narrow light emission through the widest angle of coverage
- Patented Louvres and reflectors – ensure safe narrow emission of light
- Fitted with PHILIPS* 254nm spectrum lamps
- PHILIPS* Lamps lowest level of mercury
- 100% chemically free short wave radiation that peaks at 254nm
in combating the spread of Tuberculosis in Africa, by providing a safe environment for health workers and patients, purifying the air 24/7 disinfection, and 24/7 protection in all enclosed facilities.
WHAT ARE THE
24/7 PURIFIED AIR
24/7 PROTECTION WITH
DAILY ACTIVITY BELOW
ULTRA VIOLET FUNCTIONS
Combination of UV-C light and the law of air convection – successfully eliminates foreign pathogens
Convection air flow dictates that hot rises and cool air descends, natural and mechanical ventilation can increase the movement of air too over 20 ACH, this key to ensure air disinfection exceeding the CDC recommendation of 9-12 ACH.
The UV-C light is germicidal; it deactivates the DNA & RNA of the microorganism by destroying its ability to reproduces. The airborne microorganism is killed instantly when coming into contact within the radius of the UV-C irradiance kill area.
TECHNILAMP* UV-C KILL ZONE
HOT air rises – COOL air descends
AIR CONVECTION: creates upwards movement of contaminated dust particles towards the UV-C KILL ZONE
STERILE AIR: moves downwards, once passed through the UV-C KILL ZONE, purified air is emitted.
SAFE: allows for public day to day activity below the Luminaire.
VERSE HEPA FILTERS
The key requirement in ensuring a purified room is the amount of air cycles per hour, HVAC systems achieve 2 to 4 cycles per hour, below the standard of 9 to 12 cycles set by the CDC
Most HEPA filters do not filter out Molds Bacteria and Viruses, source Philips
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THE SCIENCE and
efficacy OF UV-C light
(1.) CDC Guidelines Upper – Room Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) Covid: Ventilation interventions can help reduce the number of infectious viral particles (e.g., SARS-CoV-2) in the air. Ventilation interventions include opening windows, using fans, adding high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) fan/filter systems, and adding upper-room ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).
(2.) Air Disinfection for airborne infection control with a focus on Covid -19: Why Germicidal UV is essential: Edward A Nardell: Aerosol transmission is now widely accepted as the principal way that COVID-19 is spread, as has the importance of ventilation-natural and mechanical. But in other than healthcare facilities, mechanical ventilation is designed for comfort, not airborne infection control, and cannot achieve the 6 to 12 room air changes per hour recommended for airborne infection control. More efficient air filters have been recommended in ventilation ducts despite a lack of convincing evidence that SARS-CoV-2 virus spreads through ventilation systems. Most transmission appears to occur in rooms where both an infectious source COVID-19 case and other susceptible occupants share the same air. Portable room air cleaners can be effective, but performance is limited by their clean air delivery rate relative to room volume. SARS-CoV-2 is highly susceptible to GUV, an 80-year-old technology that has been shown to safely, quietly, effectively and economically produce the equivalent of 10 to 20 or more air changes per hour under real life conditions. For these reasons, upper room GUV is the essential engineering intervention for reducing COVID-19 spread
(3) Institutional Tuberculosis transmission controlled trial of upper room ultraviolet air disinfection: a basis for new dosing guidelines: Edward A Nardell : Transmission is driving the global tuberculosis epidemic, especially in congregate settings. Worldwide, natural ventilation is the most common means of air disinfection, but it is inherently unreliable and of limited use in cold climates. Upper room germicidal ultraviolet (UV) air disinfection with air mixing has been shown to be highly effective, but improved evidence-based dosing guidelines are needed.
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