Traditional air purification methods
With air purification, filtration has been the standard approach. This may remove the larger dust particles but will be inadequate against these pathogens given that the pathogens tend to be smaller than 0.3µm in size. These pathogens will simply keep recirculating within the room until it lands on a surface or gets inhaled by a person.
Using Ultraviolet UV light for air disinfection allows for a constant high level of disinfection that reduces the pathogen load within the room.
Operation of UV-FAN-XS
The UV-FAN-XS UV Air Purifier is designed to be either ceiling or wall-mounted. As all the UV light is contained within the housing, the UV-FAN-XS can operate whilst occupants are in the room. It is also designed to operate 24/7 if necessary.
The use of UV light in the 253.7 nanometres wavelength means there is no ozone produced. This is particularly important as ozone is hazardous to humans.
Thanks to its small size and stylish Italian design UV-FAN-XS is a versatile UV Air Purifier that can be used in many applications such as:
- Hospitals, ICUs, maternity wards, surgical units.
- Medical and dental clinics.
- Offices, restaurants, and hospitality venues.
- Inside elevators, train carriages, buses.