UV-C lamp (ultraviolet) disinfection device

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Ultraviolet lamps have been used for a long time and widely in HVAC systems. C-wavelength lamps are used for condensate, cooling, humidification, air disinfection when it is desired to eliminate the multiplication of viruses, fungi, palate or microorganisms. A properly designed lamp system can kill up to 99.99% of microorganisms. UVC lamps can operate from 8,000 hours. up to 18,000 hours optionally depending on the product type.

Excellent disinfection equipment for UV-C lamps:

Ultraviolet rays used in practice are divided into three ranges:

> UV-A - long wave range 400 nm - 315 nm;
> UV-B - medium wavelength range 315 nm - 280 nm;
> UV-C - short wave range 280 nm - 100 nm.

UV-C lamps:

  • AISI 304 stainless steel housing;
  • The IP 55 water resistance class allows the equipment to be used in aggressive and humid rooms;
  • Easy installation;
  • Integrated remote control according to the frequency of disinfection needs;
  • Lamp life from 8,000 hours to 18,000 hours;
  • Types of devices: ceiling-mounted, in tanks or self-propelled;
  • Perfect for the food industry - for product storage, packaging.

UV-lamps can be applied to various specifications, C-wave devices are perfect for disinfection. Kondena offers these wave lamps for use in industry (especially suitable for the food industry, as the shelf life of raw meat can be extended up to several weeks), as well as, in rooms that have higher hygienic requirements. It should be borne in mind that the biofilm (various microorganisms, fungus, mold) can also accumulate in ventilation systems (ducts). For this solution, the Kondena team can offer ultra-compact UV-C lamps specifically for ducts.

We evaluate each project individually, so we invite you to contact our specialists, we will choose the best solution and offer the equipment according to the characteristics of your project and tell you about its benefits for both the efficiency of the equipment and your health. So contact us!


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Ventilation is necessary to constantly add oxygen to the indoor air, reduce the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2), ensure the required relative humidity and remove air pollutants. According to Dr. Dr. Harvard University. According to Joseph Allen, an effective ventilation system and disinfection of the circulating air is one of the means of preventing viruses.
When installing a recuperation system, there are details of things that a non-professional may not know, things that may go unnoticed. So there is a high probability that the result will not be happy, so you will have to turn to professionals. Timely advice and assistance can help avoid unnecessary investments, and the solution chosen will ensure a comfortable climate and proportionate operating costs for the system.
The buildings are airtight, the humidity outside is very low in winter, so when the heating starts, the relative humidity of the indoor air is usually less than 30%. Then the nasal and eye mucosa dries out, the skin dries out, the resistance to viral and bacterial diseases decreases, allergic reactions become more active and people's ability to work decreases. In rooms where irrigation equipment is installed and 45 percent is maintained. humidity level, viruses spread four times slower than in rooms without irrigation and 30% humidity. The correct relative humidity maintains a moist, undamaged mucous membrane and is a prevention of the establishment of viruses, bacteria and other pathogens in the mucous membranes. It is necessary to mention that proper irrigation is necessary for the storage and exposition of works of art, in industry, medical clinics and hospitals, laboratories.
The most direct way to a quick and efficient solution is to contact our engineers. Proper selection of a humidifier requires not only engineering knowledge, but also to capture the parameters or other data, so it is best to consult a professional.
In winter, the room temperature is +22 (possible error 2 degrees) and the humidity is 40-60 percent.
Maximum workability is achieved when the indoor temperature in winter reaches +22 C (possible 2 degree error and humidity 40-60%. In summer season - temperature + 23 C (error 1.5 degrees) and humidity within 40-60%.
To ensure maximum efficiency, the air in the ventilation system must be properly prepared: heated and humidified in winter and cooled and dehumidified in summer according to the specified parameters. Also in the ventilation system, the air must be distributed appropriately according to the work premises, taking into account their size, etc. important parameters.
Flushing is high humidity and high temperature, stuffy rooms can be uncomfortable, so there are several solutions. Temperature and humidity or one of these parameters can be reduced.
There is a "lack of air" in the room due to too high a concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) and more fresh air or too high a temperature and high humidity.
Indoor air is dry because the humidity outside is significantly lower than in summer, and even when the air is warm, the relative humidity in the room is lower than 30 percent. For this reason, we have the so-called dry air effect. The solution is a humidifier. Although they are varied, the best advice will be given by a professional, as it is necessary not only to address the issue of humidification, but also to ensure that excessive humidity does not cause more trouble than benefit later.

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