UR460 – Upper Room UVGI

IMPROVE CLEANINESS, INFECTION CONTROL FOR RESIDENTS, PATIENTS, STAFFS AND VISITORS

Factors affecting the potential for disease transmission are the concentration of infectious particles in the air and the exposure duration. Unpleasant odours are signs of poor management. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) demand high levels of cleanliness and infection control. An upper-room UVGI system is an effective control method to eliminate odour and improve air quality.

Specifications

AirSteril APCO Advanced Photocatalytic Oxidation Technology Combined with UVC Light.
  • PhotoCatalytic Oxidation PCO :

    Carbon based organic molecules contaminants are effectively broken down by AirSteril PCO technology. Millions of highly reactive compounds are created every second and transmitted out of the AirSteril unit and acts as highly efficient catalyst for destroying odour, mold, airborne and surface bacteria, viruses, volatile organic compounds VOC such as formaldehyde, sterilizes the air and all Exposed surfaces 24/7.
  • Germicidal Light UVC :

    Microbes are sterilized by the high levels of germicidal twin tubes PLL UVC light inside AirSteril purification chamber.
  • Negative Ions :

    Negative Ions break down chemical compounds and microbes as well as creates pleasant feeling of well-being.

Power consumption

30 watts

Dimensions

L 460 x W 186 x D 186 mm

Voltage

120-277V

Unit weight

5 kgs

Suggest covering area

300 sq ft approx.

Power cord

1.7 m

UVC lamp tube life

Approx. 9000 hour

Constructions

Robust extruded aluminum housing

Installation

Wall Mount , 2.2m (min) fromthe floor

Color

Anodized Silver

ApPlication

Utilizing ultraviolet lamp technology, the AirSteril UR products kill up to 99.9% of airborne bacteria and viruses, black mold and fungal growth, reduce odours and respiratory allergens and reduce airborne transmission of influenza, colds, and viruses.
    • Laboratories
    • Pathology labs
    • Kidney dialysis labs
    • Hospitals
    • Operating rooms
    • Maternity areas
    • Burn centers
    • TB clinics
    • Clinics
    • Nursing homes
    • Universites
    • Schools
    • Food industry
    • Food processing
    • Dairy processing
    • Bakeries
    • Pharmaceutical mfg.
    • Electronic Production
    • Cosmetic production
    • Veterinary clinics
    • Office buildings
    • Conference rooms
    • Prisons
    • Detention centers

Advantages

    • Econ

      Economical

      System requires very little power to operate.

    • safe

      Safe

      Low risk of over-exposure.

    • automatic

      Automatic

      Continuous disinfection without special attention.

    • Durable

      Durable

      Extruded aluminum construction.

    • lower

      Low Maintenance

      Annual lamp replacement that is required.

    • Fast

      Fast

      Disinfects air in seconds, reducing the risk of cross infection and exposure of occupants to infectious airborne microbes.

Principle of operation

The operation of the AirSteril UR460

  • Ultraviolet rays project acros the uper om air.
  • Bacteria and viruses that are caried into the ultraviolet field by convection curents or air circulation are destroyed.
  • The air in the rom is continuously being purifed.
Principle of operation

Special Features

Ultraviolet Dosage

Germicidal lamps provide effective protection against microrganisms. A small cross-section is shown below.
Nominal Ultraviolet dosage (uWSec/cm2) necessary to inactivate better than 99.9% of specific microorganism.

ORGANISM

ALTERNATE NAMETYPEDISEASEDOSE*

Corynebacterium diphtheriae

C. DiphtheriaeBacteriaDiptheria6,500

Legionella pneumophila

L. pneumophilaBacteriaLegionnaire’s Disease2,700

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

M. tuberculosisBacteriaTuberculosis (TB)10,000

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

P. aeruginosaBacteria 3,900

Serratia Marcescens

S.marcescensBacteria 6,160

Staphlylococcus aureus

S. aureusBacteria 6,600

Staphlylococcus epidermidis

S. epidermidisBacteria 5,800

Adeno Virus Type I Virus

   4,500

Coxsackie A2 Virus

   6,300
Influenza VirusFlu3,400

Example:

Inactivation of airborne Influenza virus requires UV dose of 3400 microwatt seconds per square centimeter.
In a typical 2 meter distance from the UR460 in the ultraviolet irradiation zone, one minute irradiation time would be needed to inactivate the influenza virus.

Calculation:

UV intensity @ 2 meter = 55 microwats per square centimeter
Time taken to inactivate the influenza virus :3400 / 55 = 61.8 second