Protect against airborne viruses and bacteria
Now, both scientists and authorities agree that coronavirus can spread through the air.
In the way that we expect clean water from our taps, we expect clean air inside our buildings too. Most ventilation standards account for control of odour, CO2 levels, temperature and humidity – but not viruses.
Ventilation of clean, air disinfection is now critical for indoor safety, now and for the future.
AirGuard is the answer for disinfecting the indoor air we breathe, by installation within air conditioning and ventilation systems. Where others may employ mercury-based UV lamps, OTSAW’s UV-C LEDs are not only more energy and environmentally friendly, they are the only certified and lab-tested solution to be proven effective in disinfecting against coronavirus.
CLEANER, SAFER VENTILATION
AirGuard UV-C modules are integrated within air conditioning ducts to disinfect the air circulated indoors, inactivating viruses and bacteria by means of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).
DISINFECTION RATE OF 99.99%
INSTALLATION WITHIN HVAC DUCTS
Small and easy to install in most ducts, minimal modification is required to retrofit the modules in existing HVAC systems. Additional sensors can monitor for temperature, airflow and overall air quality.
Module configuration will vary based on requirements and factors such as airflow, duct size, etc. Contact us for a quote on a customized installation for optimal air disinfection performance.
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UV-C LEDs versus mercury UV lamps
Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a cost-effective and practical method of inactivating viruses and bacteria.
Existing high-power UVGI systems use UV lamps for large-scale disinfection. However, UV-C disinfection has many advantages over UV lamps.
It is 70% more energy efficient as compared to conventional mercury lamps. UV-C is safer and non-cancerous to human skin when compared to conventional mercury lamps that emits harmful UV-A and UV-B radiation.