Indoor air quality is a very important value, in fact most of the inhabitants of the planet spend most of their days locked indoors, without access to good, clean, healthy air sources. Air plays a significant role in the transmission of diseases.
UV-C rays work mainly by destroying DNA or RNA inside bacteria, viruses and fungi.
UV-C light has been used for decades to disinfect industrial surfaces and sanitize drinking water and is, in fact, particularly advantageous for sanitary use because it eliminates microorganisms such as the bacterium Clostridium difficile, one of the main sources of nosocomial infections .
UV-C technology has been used for the disinfection of air, water and tools for over a century. It is therefore validated by history. In fact, as early as the 1930s, UV rays were commonly used for the treatment of air and water in hospitals and, starting from the Second World War, they were widely used in processing centers, in water treatment plants and in any facility that had to do with microbial contamination.
Are UV rays effective and reliable for disinfection?
Absolutely yes: a correct use of UV rays allows the elimination of up to 99.999% of microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses, with extreme simplicity and practicality. Lately their popularity has increased as they disinfect practically all surfaces of a room with minimal effort and without the use of hazardous chemicals or gases. After carrying out the treatment cycle necessary for disinfection, the rooms are immediately reusable in absolute safety and without any precaution as the UV rays do not leave
any residue or substances circulating in the air and on the surfaces.
Air purifiers in the presence of people
UV-FAN is an extremely versatile UV-C air purifier and consists of a load-bearing structure in extruded aluminum and a front cover with micro-holes that allow the entry and exit of the air at the two ends. Conveyed by a silent integrated fan, the air present in the room enters the germicidal chamber of the purifier to be decontaminated by microbes, viruses but also chemical contaminants.
The germicidal chamber houses the UV-C lamps and is built in a special ultra-pure mirror aluminum which amplifies the disinfectant power of the lamps; by passing through it, the air is purified by all microorganisms to be returned to the environment free of contaminants.
Inside the chamber is housed the TIOX®, nano-structured titanium dioxide filter, which in combination with the very high UVC power emitted by the lamps, is an excellent photocatalyst that degrades organic and inorganic pollutants (SOV, VOC volatile organic compounds and NOX, nitrogen oxides) present in the environments.
In addition, the nano particles of TIOX® have a strong oxidizing power and amplify the germicidal effect of UV-C rays on microorganisms.
Source: LIGHT PROGRESS
You can find more details here: https://spectra.ro/systems/uv-fan-2/. The device is available on stock.