Sterilization without compromises
Radiant heaters, covered with stainless and acid-resistant steel, are designed for gastronomy, hospitals and industry.
They offer effective disinfection at a low cost.
A wide selection of operation mode combinations and power of radiators from 60 W to 275W allows to precisely plan the sterilization of rooms with an area of up to 100 m2
Scientific research confirms the effectiveness of UV-C light in destroying microorganisms
RHODE sterilizers provide greater disinfection efficiency due to the appropriate design.
The longer the air with microbes flows along the radiators and the stronger it is exposed, the better the sterilization effect is.
Popular air purifiers do not have a sterilization channel or it is only a few cm long, which does not allow microorganisms to absorb UV rays at a level sufficient to destroy them.
The chambers of RHODE UV-C sterilizers have a length of almost 100 cm and additionally the efficiency of exposure is increased by reflectors, which, thanks to the reflection of light, intensify the bactericidal effect of UV-C
Only a sufficiently high dose of UVC rays effectively kills pathogens.
It is given in J / m2 and is strictly defined for each microorganism. UVC irradiation above 80J / m2 is effective in destroying viruses including Influenza virus influenza virus and SARS CoV coronavirus.
Destruction of microbes using UV-C waves is an exponential process, i.e. the higher the dose of radiation, the greater the number of destroyed germs. Low UVC lamps will not do the job.
RHODE UVC sterilizers for professional use have the highest available bactericidal power at 275 Watt..