Effectively remove the airborne bacteria and viruses with UVC light
We have a solution for your needs
Airborne items such as bacteria and viruses can cause great damage. And we know how confusing it can be when, you want to remove the problem, but not use chemical solutions or filters. Therefore, we recommend our natural and effective method with UVC light. It provides an environment with clean air and ensures high hygiene in, for example, the production room, in the office and in the laboratory.
Individual and professional assessment
No matter what type of room, we have a solution. It starts with an individual and professional assessment of your needs, here we find:
- which organisms we should neutralize
- the amount of air in question
- and whether there should be people in the room at the same time or not
There are several methods of air disinfection: passive, active or built-in
We have several methods to remove the unwanted items in the air.
ND Air Passive
ND Air is a lamp that illuminates the room without its own air circulation. It is therefore a passive solution. ND Air is dependent on the air in the room being circulated in some other way. It must also be placed in such a way that it cannot directly/ indirectly light people in the room. That is, it must light up to the ceiling or be off when there are people in the room. We recommend this type of disinfection for rooms where there are no people for longer periods, but where the need to ensure sterility is present.
For example: operating rooms, slaughterhouses, laboratories etc.
ND Air Active
The active solution for disinfection is ND Air Active with built-in fan and shielding. The unit circulates the air and is suitable for living rooms.
ND Air Active is a unit that contains a UV bulb and fan in an enclosure. The unit circulates the air past the UV lamp and is therefore independent of the room’s own ventilation. ND Air Active can be used all the time, even when there are people in the room. This is a very stable and safe solution. This type of disinfection is often used in rooms where there is a need to ensure a low level of infection while people are present.
UV system for built-in
UV systems for built-in are typically used in ventilation systems, either in relation to securing the incoming air, or in connection with circulation of the air. The built-in mounting ensures shielding against the light and provides optimum efficiency.
For example: ventilation systems, intake ducts, tanks, production facilities, etc.