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  • 聯絡我們 Contact Us | 全自動化紫外線消毒系統 Rapid! Disinfection | 智慧防疫科技 IoT and Prevention Technologies

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  • 醫療診間 Medical Offices | 脈衝氙氣紫外線消毒系統 Rapid!xp Disinfection | 智慧防疫科技 IoT and Prevention Technologies

    Application: Medical Offices Immediate Need With the advent of COVID-19 and other pathogen-based infections, patients and staff need to feel safe and secure inside your offices. Discover a quick, inexpensive and totally effective way to disinfect all areas of a medical or dental practice, from waiting rooms to exam rooms, every night and even in between patients. Solution Rapid!xp Mobile: Portable UV Disinfection. Ideal for easy flexibility wherever disinfection is needed. Rapid!xp Fixed: UV Disinfection from Above. A permanently installed disinfection solution for all types of medical offices. Both the Rapid!xp Fixed and Rapid!xp Mobile, powered by Violet Defense® technology, are innovative, broad spectrum UV disinfection products created for either installation in ceilings or on walls in medical offices, or on wheels or a tripod for room to room flexibility. Both units can provide whole room protection no matter the size of the space, and can be programmed to disinfect on demand in one cycle. Challenge Patients, care-givers, families, and even staff and doctors are frequently at a higher risk of sharing airborne and surface infections and bacteria in medical and dental offices. Frequent manual disinfection with chemicals often miss totally eradicating pathogens that can thrive in offices, risking a total shut down of the facility until complete disinfection is achieved.

  • 紫外線光譜介紹 About UV Light | 全自動化紫外線消毒系統 Rapid! Disinfection | 智慧防疫科技 IoT and Prevention Technologies

    About UV Light UV light (ultraviolet light), also referred to as ultraviolet radiation and UV radiation is invisible to the human eye. It occurs naturally in sunlight and is produced artificially, normally by either heating a body to an incandescent temperature or by excitation of a gas discharge. ​ UV light wavelengths are measured in nanometers (nm), where 1 nm = 1 millionth of a millimetre. It occupies a portion of the electromagnetic radiation spectrum which lies between x-rays and the blue end of visible light. This is the region from 100 nm to 400 nm. The International Commission on Illumination (CIE 1970) has defined the following spectral range classification bands, according to broad biological effects. The region 315 nm to 380 nm or 400 nm is designated as UV-A, 280 nm to 315 nm as UV-B and 100 nm to 280 nm as UV-C. UV light classification band UV- A UV- B UV- C 315nm - 400nm 280nm - 315nm 100nm - 280nm Longwave or blacklight Middlewave or erythemal Shortwave or germicidal Least potential to cause adverse health effects due to the lowest energy. UV-A represents the largest UV component of sunlight, (approximately 90 %). Greater potential to cause adverse health effects than UV-A due to significantly higher energy. UV-B is partially absorbed by the ozone layer. It is the most aggressive component of sunlight and largely responsible for sunburn (erythema). Generally, the most potential to cause adverse health effects due to the highest energy. Only normally encountered from artificial UV light sources, since it is totally absorbed by the earth's atmosphere. UV-C sources, particularly wavelengths less than 220 nm, in the presence of oxygen will produce ozone. Spectral Range Common description Potential to cause adverse health effects

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