Retro-fit infection control solutions

Prevent, control and inactivate the spread of harmful micro-organisms using high intensity UVC technology. Installing our infection control solutions into an existing air handling unit is a low cost and quick way to protect the most important assets in your environment, the people.

Generate significant savings by reducing sickness, increasing productivity and reducing ongoing maintenance.

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TechniKlean UVGI

TechniKlean UVGI treats in-building ventilation systems using UVC technology and can achieve a 99%+ microbial inactivation rate.

Its perfectly matched power supply and long-life lamps reduce the need for regular upkeep, allowing it to provide clean air to your mechanical ventilation system.

  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Suitable for both retro-fit and new sites
  • Low-pressure resistance
  • Available with our 3 Year Warranty Care Plan

 

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CoilKlean UVGI

CoilKlean UVGI keeps heat-exchange coils clean and prevents the growth of micro-organisms by providing surface treatment of coils.

The technology inactivates microbial growth and maintains optimum heat transfer across the coil surface to maximise energy-efficiency. This reduces maintenance costs and limits the risk of manual damage.

  • Disinfects 99%+ of bacteria, viruses, mould and fungi
  • Improves energy savings
  • Dramatically reduces manual coil cleaning
  • Suitable and easy to retrofit
  • Operates quietly
  • Available with our 3 Year Warranty Care Plan

 

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Ultraviolet Light

What is Ultraviolet?

Ultraviolet light in the c-band range (225-302 nm) is commonly referred to as ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI), and is well known for its germ-zapping properties across water and surface treatment. Historically, airstream disinfection has proven less predictable due to underspecification of the UVC dosage and poor design.

How does UVGI work?

UVGI works by cross-linking the nucleic acids (DNA & RNA) which prevents the replication and growth of harmful micro-organisms such as viruses, bacteria, spores, moulds, yeast and fungi. To achieve a high inactivation rate against these, it requires the correct effective UVC dosage.

Low-intensity vs High-intensity UVC

Low-intensity UVC can be used for surface treatment due to a long UVC exposure time. High-intensity UVC is needed for air treatment as the exposure time is short.

How to know what UV dosage is required?

The UV dosage to achieve microbial inactivation varies considerably depending on the micro-organism. For example, spore-forming microbes are more resilient to a UV attack than vegetative cells. This is because microbial spores are adapted to withstand extreme environments. However, vegetative cells, which grow and divide, will need water after germination of a new shoot. Generally speaking, viruses are highly susceptible to UV attack.

Product Information Video

Founder Dr David Glover talks through the benefits of UVGI technology.

Latest Case Studies

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