Disinfection with ultraviolet rays is an effective way to destroy microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, mold spores, acting on the DNA-RNA of microorganisms by irradiating with the appropriate wavelength of UV-C ultraviolet rays leads to cell death, after a correct exposure to the rays it is reached a mortality level of virus bacteria and spores higher than 99.9%.
These destroy the DNA molecular bonds of microorganisms, producing thymine dimers in their DNA and destroying them, rendering them harmless or impeding their growth and reproduction.
The ignition times are variable according to the power of the lamp compared to the surface to be irradiated. The dosage is measured in microwatts per second per square centimeter: µW / cm2. Dosages from 2 to 8 µW / cm2 kill 99.9% of spore virus bacteria.
When the lamp is turned on in the room, there must be no human presence, animals and plants, the sterilization cycles normally last 15-30-60 minutes or more for large rooms greater than 150 m2, the cycles are regulated by a timer or by a remote control depending on the model.
25W UV-C germicidal intelligent lamp, adopts a high quality Philips tube, suitable for use in hotels, schools, apartments, shops, hospitals and offices. Made with cold lamination. It has a lamp life greater than 9000 hours. Net weight of 2.18 kg. Projected on the area to be disinfected, it eliminates the bacterial load deposited on the surfaces.
Lamp model: NLUVSM25
Lamp power: 25w
UV wavelength: UV-C 253.7nm
Applicable static area: UP TO 35Mq
Irradiation µw / cm²: ≥80 µw / cm²
UV-C range of action up to linear meters: 3,5 meters.
Speakers: 8 Ohm – 2W
Supply voltage in volts: AC 220V / 50Hz
Estimated tube life:> 9000 hours
Type of tube: Philips fluorescent silica tube
Lamp size: 691 * 72 * 56mm
Packaging dimensions: 970 * 190 * 190mm
Lamp weight: 2,18Kg
Weight with packaging: 3,5Kg
Frame construction material and screws: Cold rolled
Operating temperature: 0 ° C <–> 45 ° C
Equipment: Multilingual voice dialer, Remote control, Biometric presence sensor