To best meet the different sanitation needs, our offer includes four UV-C solutions depending on the context of use, described below
These ceiling lights can be used in all environments, even those with an aggressive, humid and / or dusty atmosphere.
They are ideal for installation in industrial premises, shops, restaurants, bars, etc …
The germicidal action is carried out by direct radiation. By subjecting the germs to the action of UV-C radiation and exploiting the natural circulation of the air, an environment with controlled bacterial load can be obtained.
The lamp acts on the irradiated objects and on the surrounding air, which through its convective motion, allows a safe debacterization of the environments and surfaces.
Each ceiling light of this type is suitable for sanitizing rooms with a volume of 25 cubic meters / h. Furthermore, it is necessary to consider an adequate number of lamps according to the size of the room, the number of windows and doors in the room to be sanitized, to maximize the level of antibacterial efficacy.
These ceiling lights are used in inhabited environments such as public places, shops, offices, hospital wards, waiting rooms, hospital rooms and laboratories. The germicidal action is carried out through indirect radiation which allows the elimination of pathogenic microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, …) present in the air. The lamps are designed so that the emitted radiation is oriented with an inclination ranging from 20 ° to 30 °, to avoid exposure of people to UV rays.
Sanitation takes place in the upper part of the room, that is, in the air layer between the ceiling light (placed at 2-2.5 meters in height) and the ceiling. By subjecting the germs to the action of UV-C radiation and exploiting the natural circulation of the air, an environment with controlled bacterial load can be obtained.
Each indirect radiation ceiling light is suitable for sanitizing environments of about 30 cubic meters / h.
To use ceiling lights with indirect radiation, it is recommended to paint the ceilings and walls with colors that can absorb UV radiation.
These ceiling lights are used for rooms and small rooms with little dust and controlled humidity and gas conditions and carry out the germicidal action through direct radiation. They are ideal to be installed in hoods, cabinets, cabinets etc.
The lamp acts on the irradiated objects and on the surrounding air, which through its convective motion, allows a safe debacterization of surfaces and environments. By subjecting the germs to the action of UV-C radiation and exploiting the natural circulation of the air, it is also possible to obtain a controlled bacterial load environment.
The range of available powers is between 8 W (2 mc / h) and 30 W (25 mc / h).
At UV-C wavelengths (200-280nm) UV is harmful to humans and other life forms. In humans, exposure of the skin to the germicidal wavelengths of UV light can produce burns, damage the retina of the eye, and (in some cases) skin cancer.
If UV-C radiation produced by full spectrum lamps is used, ozone is produced, which in high concentrations is dangerous for the health of the person. In these cases it is necessary to ventilate the room before staying.
Since UV-C radiation is able to break chemical bonds, its use leads to rapid deterioration of insulations and gaskets in plastic and other materials; Therefore, precautions must be taken to shield these components.