- Dual technology
- Electrostatic filtration: UVGI irradiation
- Highly efficient
- Electrical supply: 220-240V single phase
- Power consumption: 200 Watts maximum
- Dimensions: 600mm(w) x 900(h) x 600(d)
- Weight: 25kg (approx.)
- Area capacity: 80sq metres
- Maximum airflow: 850m3/hr
Electrostatic filtration is a method of removing tiny particles from the air, the system works by applying a static charge of around 8000v to particles in the airstream. These particles are then attracted to collector plates which have the opposite electrical potential resulting in them being stripped from the air. Filtration capacity is at a very high efficiency (up to 99%) even with sub-micron size contaminants such as viruses and bacteria.
The filter components used are metal and can be cleaned so there is no filter replacement necessary. A further advantage is that using static force to filter the contaminants provides a very low resistance to the airstream which enables better overall performance.
UVGI inactivates micro-organisms by attacking their DNA, permanently destroying and altering the molecular structure, leaving them unable to replicate or grow.Our technology incorporates:
- High output lamps with enclosure designed to achieve maximum irradiation
- ESP collector and UV lamps easily removable for cleaning or replacement
- Non Ozone producing lamps
Ultraviolet light is measured in wavelength with the UVC wavelength within the range of 100 nanometre (nm) to 280 nm emitting highly effective sterilisation power. UVC germicidal wavelength at around 260 nm is the most effective way to kill harmful microorganisms in the air and on surfaces.
Germicidal lamps utilise powerful UVC wavelength to destroy disease causing germs including viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and algae, effectively sterilising and purifying air, water and on surfaces.
Electrostatic technologyThe benefits:
- Eliminates up to 99% of particles
- Filters particles down to sub-micron levels
- Modular in design
- Energy efficient
The above diagram shows, in a basic visual, how an electrostatic precipitator works. As air passes into the combined ioniser / collector cell, the particulates in the air stream are polarised. As they continue through the ioniser and between the collector cell plates, the polarised particulates are repelled away from the positively charged plates and attracted to the earthed plates where they stick and so are filtered out of the air flow.