The UV-IGNIS is a powerful solution for decontamination of vehicles and public areas by using UV-C radiation with the broadest possible biocidal spectrum. The biocidal spectrum of the UV-IGNIS includes SARS-CoV-2 and the variety of other pathogens (viruses, bacteria, fungi, molds, pathogenic microorganisms), both on surfaces/materials and airborne as well – the UV-IGNIS may be considered as a huge air filter.
Depending on configuration, the UV-IGNIS may consist of:
– one UV-IGNIS 4M control console with 1-4 lines to power 1-4 UV-IGNIS MT1 mobile trolleys,
– 1-4 UV-IGNIS MT1 mobile trolleys (4 trolleys are recommended for an 18m bus, the general rule is: one trolley per one door in a bus),
– reinforced cables and optional mounting elements (if the console is mounted on a wall).
The photos below present the UV-IGNIS MT1 mobile trolley in correct positioning, the UV-IGNIS 4M control console with line no. 1 activated for 3-min radiation time and the UV-IGNIS 2M portable control console with a handy holder.
The UV-IGNIS system has passed the required technical trials, carried out by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electrotechnology of the Lublin University of Technology. Therefore, the UV-IGNIS devices have been marked with the CE certificate.
Essential UV-IGNIS technical specs in the most common configuration are presented in the table below.
|Configuration||1 x 4M + 4 x MT1|
|Rated power||1.3 kW|
|UV-C radiation power||0.5 kW|
|UV-C wavelength||254 nm|
|Console power supply||230 VAC, 50 Hz|
|Console protection degree||IP30|
|Operating ambient temperature||0°C do 60°C|
|Most common radiation time||2-4 min|
Please have a glance at the video below to discover how the system operates in its working environment.