MOBILE GERMICIDAL LAMP - DIRECT RADIATING
• - direct radiation
• - mobile design remote control
• - motion sensor
EFFECTIVE DISINFECTION OF SURFACES AND AIR BY ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION
Germicidal lamps are devices that serve for disinfection through the use of ultraviolet radiation, with a wavelength of 253.7 nm. Ultraviolet radiation can be described as an optical, electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of 100 nm to 1 mm. Their usage and effectiveness have been tested over decades of practical experience. In a closed room, all the air gradually passes through the germicidal lamp, ensuring air disinfection in a defined space. The radiation is homogenic and therefore destroys germs, including in places where no disinfectants have been applied.
Direct radiation guarantees an effective disinfection of surfaces and air. It is recommended not to use this type of radiation in the presence of people. For safety reasons, there is a motion sensor able to detect movement in its field. If there is no movement within one minute, the device will switch on, thus the exposure to ultraviolet radiation will begin.
Direct radiating germicidal lamps are usually used at night or during breaks when there is no activity in the room, while indirect radiating germicidal lamps are suitable for use at intensive care units or departments where they can be in continuous operation.
They can be easily moved where necessary, thanks to their mobile design.
A remote control is included.