ELITURBO UV-LIGHT uses short wavelength ultraviolet light radiation technology, called UV-C, to reduce bacterial and viral loads present in the air. ELITURBO UV-Light can run 24 hours a day even in the presence of people thanks to the exclusive UV-C shielding and protection system. During night operation, in the absence of people, the neutralization of bacteria and viruses is completed and the ambient air will be sanitized for the next day.
ELITURBO UV-Light makes use of a special sanitization and ventilation process to treat the ambient air. The air passes through a germicidal chamber where it is bombarded by multi-directional UV-C rays capable of reaching and neutralizing the pathogens present. The sanitized air is returned to the environment in all directions, to make uniform the microclimate of the room. Unlike other devices that irradiate the environment in a single direction,the exclusive shape of ELITURBO UV-LIGHT with its circular deflectors allows to treat the air at 360° and to sanitize the entire volume involved. The ventilation is soft and silent.
Installation is very simple. ELITURBO UV-LIGHT is lightweight and can be hung from the ceiling of the room, at a height of not less than 2,5 m from the floor. at a height of not less than 2,5 m from the floor. It requires connection to the power supply and an ON/OFF switch. Switch-off ELITURBO UV-LIGHT in case of maintenance on the product and other works at height in the same room.
From the sun to artificial lamps, UV rays are capable of killing the Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus. Short-wavelength ultraviolet light, or UV-C radiation, is very effective in neutralizing the new coronavirus. UV-C light typically has a wavelength of 254 nanometers, or 254 billionths of a meter, and its germicidal power on bacteria and viruses is well known, a property due to its ability to break the molecular bonds of DNA and RNA that constitute these microorganisms. Several systems based on UV-C light are already used for the disinfection of environments and surfaces in hospitals and public places. The "high germicidal power" of ultraviolet light has been proved by Italian scientists from the State University of Milan and the National Cancer Institute. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) recommends ultraviolet germicidal irradiation as a strategy for addressing transmission of COVID-19 disease (ASHRAE 2020).
Light is made of visible rays, infrared rays and ultraviolet rays. Ultraviolet rays (invisible) are classified into:
The UV-C light eliminates Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi, Spores, Molds and Mites by destroying their DNA, and inhibiting their reproduction and proliferation. The UV-C technology is a physical disinfection method with an excellent cost / benefit ratio, it is ecological and, unlike chemical agents, it works against all microorganisms without creating resistances.
|ELITURBO UVL series||UVL100|
|External finish||Powder coating|
|UV-C lamps||2 x 36W|
|Working volume and surface||100mc.-40mq.|
|Category (EN 12198-1)||2|