UV-C Manual Steriliser
Introducing the UVC-450
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent track and trace initiative has driven the need for steadfast hygiene in public spaces to safeguard UK citizens and prevent spread. Now more than ever, employers, retailers and hospitality owners are responsible for deploying a robust indoor cleaning protocol to stop the spread of coronavirus in high footfall everyday environments.
The system incorporates proven UV-C light sterilisation technology which, for decades, has kept the general public safe from harmful bacteria in major leisure centres across the UK. The solution has now been adapted by Topline to kill the coronavirus alongside any future outbreaks and harmful bacteria and pathogens in work and leisure environments in a fast, thorough, efficient and safe manner, the faultless sanitisation technology guarantees to eliminate 99% of lingering coronavirus from ceiling to floor.
If you operate a dental practice, nursing home, doctors surgery or any indoor space that is used by multiple people, then UV technology will prevent your organisation from spreading the virus by safe sterilisation of surfaces from every touch point that your employees and customers come into contact with.
The system incorporates proven UV-C light sterilisation technology from Phillips. The faultless sanitisation technology guarantees to eliminate 99% of lingering coronavirus from ceiling to floor.
Although manual processes are still required to clean away visible dirt, UV-C is the only way to neutralise and eliminate harmful pathogens, bacteria and viruses from every single surface and touchpoint.
To clean a room or space, you simply move the UVC-450 into the area to be treated with UV-C. An array of precision UV-C lamps with bespoke UV reflectors to ensure the UV-C concentration is strong enough to kill Covid quickly and efficiently. are mounted on the movable platform. The unit is then set to run for a predetermined amount of time. The time being dependent on room size and the equipment within the room. A room 5 meters by 5 meters would only take 10 20 minutes to remove 99% of the viruses on surfaces.
The unit is mains powered and plugged into a 13 amp socket, controlled by a touch screen, which activates the UV lamps 2 minutes after the person has left the space. The UV tower will not be switched on until the inbuilt motion detection, senses that the room is clear of people. If a person enters the space before the cycle is complete, the motion detector turns off the UV lamps.
- Call Centres
- Dental Surgeries
- Dining Rooms
- Doctors Surgeries
- Meeting Rooms
- Nursing Homes
- Operating Theatres