Our highly qualified team of engineers created the new UVC 2020 series of UVC radiation devices for indoor disinfection of surfaces and air .
All devices use germicidal Philips UVC light tubes with a guarantee for quality and longevity. The lamps are able to eliminate up to 99.9% of all microorganisms, including viruses, bacteria, fungi and more. The lamps do not emit Ozone and are absolutely environment-friendly.
They are suitable for use in all areas of life: homes, healthcare and educational institutions, industrial buildings, warehouses and offices.
Contact us for a consultation abput your new UVC 2020 lamp, designed for your specific needs.
Ultra-Violet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method which uses ultraviolet light (C or UV-C) with short wavelength for neutralization of microorganisms by destroying the nucleic acids in their DNA/RNA.
In nature, the Sun UVC radiation emittance weakens as it approaches the Earth’s surface and is fully blocked by the ozone layer. UVGI devices can produce UV-C radiation, which is strong enough to sanitize the air and water supplies in public, private or industrial indoor spaces. The UVC light radiation makes the environment inhospitable for bacteria, viruses, molds and other pathogens.
All lamps of the UVC series operate with certified PHILIPS UVC sources with wavelength of 254 nm, which do not emit ozone.
Our team of specialists will train you, your family or staff to use UVC disinfection devices, and will instruct you on all the necessary protocols and procedures related to their use.
The UVC 2020 series lamps comply with all necessary standards and regulations, as well as the Ordinance on the essential requirements and conformity assessment of electrical equipment intended for use within certain limits, and the essential safety requirements of other regulations for conformity assessment.
All devices from the UVC 2020 series are tested and certified in the European Certification Testing Center – Stara Zagora and Testing of Machinery, Equipment and Devices Laboratory – Stara Zagora, as well as testing for bacteriological efficacy issued by the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases – Sofia and Laboratory of Disinfection, Sterilisation and Bioindicators – Sofia.