UVC boxing

For which area of ​​application was the UV box designed?

UV-C disinfection box is suitable for sterilization of devices and objects that are subject to the use of a germ load. These include cell phones, jewelry, office utensils, laptops, TV equipment, hairdressing items, medical needs, coins, and much more. Covered areas or those that are in the shadow of other objects are only reached very badly or not at all and are therefore not fully disinfected. The UV-C boxes extra and ultra are therefore equipped with a UV-C lamp on the ceiling and on the bottom of the box. A disinfection on both sides is possible and the disinfected objects do not have to be turned.

Which materials can be disinfected in the box?

"The disinfectant effect is strongly dependent on the irradiated material and the nature of the surface. Metal and glass are harmless with regard to the UV radiation. However, the long-term radiation of plastics can result in a change in the polymer structure, which, for example, in the form of porosity or discolouration can express. "

Which UV-C dose is used?

Our UV-C boxes work with a dose of 1,200 J/m², calculated based on a term of 15 minutes.

Which installation conditions need to be observed?

No installation conditions are to be met. The system is equipped with a door contact switch so that the UV lamps are immediately switched off when the door is opened.

Do UV-C emissions arise?

The UV-C emissions of the boxes have been checked and are permitted according to the latest requirements. The viewing window of the box door is not permeable to UV-C light.

Is ozone released?

Our high-quality UV-C lamps are designed in such a way that no wavelengths are released below 250nm. As a result, there is no ozone and the UV-C boxes can easily be used in rooms with public traffic or offices.

Can this system overheat?

The UV lamps used in the UV-C boxes cannot overheat.

Why does the UV-C lamp have to be changed after 10,000 hours even though it still works?

Each UV-C lamp has a technical drop in the UV-C performance. The manufacturer guarantees that the system will reach 60% UV-C output after 10,000 hours. The specified data on the systems always refer to this 60% performance. However, the drop in performance continues to increase from a term of 10,000 hours. Therefore, the lamp still works, but there is no longer enough UV-C output for an optimal disinfection result.