Mobile UV Disinfection Unit
Mobile UV Disinfection Unit
UV Technology is an innovative product that has been brought to our attention as a way of vastly decreasing the farrow time and effectively reduce the spread of infection.
We’re working with an NHS approved British Manufacture of UV disinfection products who has been a trusted specialist in ultraviolet UV systems in the UK since 1985.
As UV kills 99.99% of pathogens it is effective in infection prevention and in the control of the spread of viruses without producing further chemical waste.
The Mobile Disinfection Unit is a tablet controlled fully portable UV germicidal unit with motion-sensor safety feature, designed to quickly and effectively disinfect rooms and visible contents to prevent the spread of infection and cross contamination. With easy to use technology, the unit can be placed in any room for just 10 minutes and will fully disinfect surfaces, accessible objects, and air within a 2.5 metre radius.
According to the IUVA’s latest fact sheet UV disinfection for Covid-19 “UV is a known disinfectant for air, water and surfaces that can help to mitigate the risk of acquiring an infection in contact with the COVID-19 virus when applied correctly – see more information below.
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Infection Prevention Ultraviolet (UV) Technology to Fight against the Spread of Covid-19
Latest Covid-19 update from The International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA).
In its latest Covid-19 update, based on current disinfection data and empirical evidence, The IUVA believes that UV disinfection technologies can play a role in a multiple barrier approach to reducing the transmission of the virus causing COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2
"The IUVA has assembled leading experts from around the world to develop guidance on the effective use of UV technology, as a disinfection measure, to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 virus. Established in 1999, the IUVA is a nonprofit dedicated to the advancement of ultraviolet technologies to help address public health and environmental concerns," says Dr. Ron Hofmann, Professor at the University of Toronto, and President of the IUVA.
“COVID-19 infections can be caused by contact with contaminated surfaces and then touching facial areas (less common than person-to-person, but still an issue)[vi]. Minimizing this risk is key because COVID-19 virus can live on plastic and steel surfaces for up to 3 days[vii]. Normal cleaning and disinfection may leave behind some residual contamination, which UVC can treat suggesting that a multiple disinfectant approach is prudent. UVC has been shown to achieve a high level of inactivation of a near-relative of COVID-19’s virus (i.e., SARS-CoV-1, tested with adequate dose of 254nm UV while suspended in liquid)[viii].”