UV light solutions can help improve infection control and reduce cross contamination of bacteria and viruses
UV Light and CoronavirusUV light is a proven technology when it comes to reducing bacteria, viruses and other harmful microorganisms that pose a risk to human health. Ultraviolet (UV-C) light kills or inactivates microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.
For many years, UV germicidal lamps have been used for disinfection of air and surfaces within hospitals, care homes, laboratories and many other organisations where hygiene and cleanliness are of utmost importance. In light of the current Coronavirus outbreak, UV is just one of the many technologies available and being utilised to help reduce and control the spread.
We offer three types of UVC disinfection lamps that can be utilised to help improve cleanliness and reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
UVC Germicidal Hand Lamp – A high-performance, handheld UV lamp for disinfection of equipment and surfaces. Offers a high UVC output at 254nm to reduce bacteria and viruses in seconds. Ideal for rapid disinfection of work stations, equipment, offices and packages.
UVC Germicidal Units (fixed mount) – For disinfection of air and surfaces in unoccupied rooms and areas (usually overnight). Available in a range of sizes depending on application and area of coverage required.
UVC Decontamination Trolley – A mobile UVC unit for disinfection of unoccupied rooms and areas. Unlike the fixed mount units, this can be used from room to room and deployed where required. Provides coverage over a 2.5m diameter and effective in around 10 minutes. Operated via a mobile tablet.
UV health and safety
Please note: UVC is extremely harmful to the skin and eyes. When using the handheld lamp, the operator must wear a full UV protective face shield (supplied) along with gloves and full protective clothing. It should be used when no other persons are present unless also wearing PPE.
It looks clean… but is it? A visual tool to help improve infection control.
Surfaces may look clean, but high-performance UV-A inspection lamps can be used to reveal invisible contamination that could house bacteria and germs, including the Coronavirus. It’s a technology that has been used for many years by forensic investigators at crime scenes to help detect vital evidence, and by infection control nurses within hospitals to improve hygiene and cleanliness.
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