UV- C flow and direct action germicidal lamps for air and surface disinfection NBVE and NBV series.
NBVE line - flow UV- C germicidal lamps for air disinfection.
UVGI – Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet UV-C light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions
Contaminated air is drawn by a fan – through a filter catching dust and other contaminations-into the disinfection chamber. The UV-C tube intensity and a time during which air remains in the disinfection chamber are selected so that air blown out from the lamp is practically free of microorganisms. Velocity of air flow through the disinfection chamber is therefore selected as a compromise between a desire to disinfect the greatest volume of air per time unit and germicidal effectiveness. It should also be noted that the forced flow of air results in a smooth circulation of air in the room and thus disinfection of air in the whole room.
The intended use of UV-C germicidal lamps:
Applying germicidal lamps is one of the most effective methods of disinfection. These devices emit the radiance UV-C about the length of the wave 253,7 nm. Radiance this has the strongest degradation proprieties of cools bacteria, viruses, moulds, mushrooms and all different micro-organisms.
Because of the large effectiveness of the germicidal lamps they are required sterility everywhere where the high quality of microbiological cleanness is required.
Areas of application:
- Medicine: operating theatres, treatment rooms,
- delivery wards, sick bays, dentist’s
- Sanatorium, guest houses
- Pharmaceutical industry, herbal industry,
- cosmetic industry
- Agricultural and food industry (diaries,
- slaughterhouses, products packaging)
- Stations, hotels, discoteques, cinemas
- In all places where high level of biological purity is required and at the same time people have to stay there