UV-C DECONTAMINATION TECHNOLOGY
The CORONAVIRUS health crisis requires companies, communities and all public places to implement strict hygiene measures and comply with protocols such as multiple provisions, social distancing, wearing masks, and using solutions. Hydroalcoholic, disinfection of spaces, furniture and equipment. All existing qualification solutions create significant costs.
Germicidal treatment based on UV-C radiation (with a wavelength of 254 nm) has been used for many years for its proven reliability to sterilize instruments, benches and air , especially in medical and hospital settings. apps. Many people don't know this, but unlike UV-A and UV-B, UV-C rays do not penetrate the dermis (skin) and under conditions of low lamp power and very long exposure time. In disinfection without danger to the skin.
It is widely used to clean the air from hospitals, kitchens, meat storage and processing facilities, bakeries, pharmaceutical factories and animal laboratories where microbiological contamination is a problem, as well as to disinfect municipal water supplies.
Ultraviolet-C light penetrates the cells of micro-organisms, disrupting the structure of DNA molecules. Thus, micro-organisms lose their reproductive capacity and disappear. A cell that cannot reproduce is considered dead. Hence the germicidal nature of ultraviolet-C.
- MANOA is a product that complies with Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards (ECM).
- MANOA is effective against CORONAVIRUS.
- MANOA does not pose any Photobiological risk to humans.