Standalone Indoor Air Quality

Disinfect where it matters most

We designed the AirKlean UVGI to disinfect air in confined spaces such as hospital waiting rooms and operating theatres, as well as throughout the food industry.

The benefits of standalone air quality control

Ultraviolet light in the C-band range (225–302 nm) is lethal to micro-organisms. It’s used regularly for water and surface treatment. In the air, it’s been less effective – until now.
At Plasma Clean, we know that specifying the correct dosage achieves high kill rates. Therefore, high-intensity UVC is required for successful air treatment. 

AirKlean UVGI

AirKlean UVGI addresses these issues with two 95W UV-C germicidal high-intensity lamps that kill airborne microbes such as bacteria, viruses, mould and spores. It’s a wall or ceiling-mounted unit that comes with an internal fan. AirKlean is perfect for confined spaces such as in hospitals and in food production.

AirKlean UVGI:

  • Disinfects 24/7
  • Is plug-and-play
  • Needs virtually no maintenance
  • Eliminates expensive and damaging chemical cleaners
  • Produces no ozone, so it’s harmless to health
  • Covers up to 100-square-metres per unit.

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Download the UVGI datasheet today, with full details for specifiers and installers.

An Introduction to UVGI

Ultraviolet light in the c-band range (225–302 nm) is lethal to micro-organisms and is referred to as ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI). It is well known for its germicidal – or germ killing – properties and is used extensively for water and surface treatment. Historically, airstream disinfection has proven less predictable. This is due to underspecifying the UV-C dosage and poor design. UVGI works by cross linking the nucleic acids (DNA & RNA) which prevents replication and proliferation of micro-organisms such as viruses, bacteria, spores, moulds, yeast and fungi. It is important to use the correct UVC dosage in order to achieve high kill rates.

Low intensity UVC can be used for surface treatment as there is a long UVC exposure time whereas high intensity UV-C is required for air treatment as the exposure time is short.

The UV dosage to achieve microbial kill varies considerably between micro-organisms, with spore-forming microbes being more resilient to UV attack than vegetative cells, for example. Microbial spores are akin to plant seeds and are adapted to withstand extreme environments whereas so-called vegetative cells are those which grow and divide – a plant seed can survive in, and actually requires, dry conditions whereas the vegetative new shoot after germination requires water.

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Standalone Infection Control Case Studies

Coming Soon: RoomKlean UVGI

Coming Soon: RoomKlean UVGI

Plasma Clean is pleased to introduce their Upper Room UV system “RoomKlean UVGI”. Be sure to connect with Plasma Clean on LinkedIn and follow them on Twitter, to keep an eye on more details of this highly anticipated release.

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Auckland Dental, County Durham

Auckland Dental Practice, County Durham

Emerging from the UK’s national lockdown, this Country Durham dental surgery went with Plasma Clean’s MobiKlean UVGI – in order to reduce fallow time, increase efficiency and work confidently.

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