UV disinfection solutions

We have a wide range of UV-C germicidal lamps for disinfection of air and surfaces, your equipment selection criteria should be based on your particular process requirements:

  • UV wavelength (usually 254nm for disinfection applications)
  • Minimum UV irradiance or dose levels (dictated by your target micro-organisms)
  • Disinfection area (exposure should be restricted to the working area)

Our friendly, helpful team have over 50 years experience in helping organisations implement a safe and effective UV light process, so should you wish to discuss you requirements or request a quotation for suitable solution, please call 0121 423 2000 or send us a message.

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UV-C light has a powerful germicidal effect which enables disinfection of water and a wide variety of food, drink and medical packaging. It can also be used for disinfection of air, which reduces infections caused by airborne transmission of bacterial pathogens.

Our UV solutions are designed for disinfection of air and surfaces in hospitals, care homes, theatres, dentists, doctors surgeries, offices, call centres, hotels, changing areas, etc.

Benefits of UV disinfection

  • Fast and effective
  • No need for chemicals
  • Hand-held or fixed mount options
  • Glass safe and waterproof options

UV disinfection equipment

UV disinfection processes and applications

Disinfection of unoccupied rooms and areas

Disinfection of air and surfaces in unoccupied rooms and areas in hospitals, care homes, theatres, dentists, doctors surgeries, offices, call centres, hotels, changing areas, etc.

Disinfection of food and packaging

UV lamps are commonly used to reduce bacteria, moulds and viruses on food and packaging surfaces.

Disinfection of meat in cold stores

UV lamps are commonly used within cold stores and refrigerators to reduce levels of bacteria and mould in the air and on surfaces.

A single unit covers a 4m x 4m area when mounted or suspended at 2.5m ceiling height. Multiple units may be required for larger areas or to reduce shadowing. It is recommended the units are fitted in combination with timers, sensors or interlocks to avoid personal UV light exposure which is harmful to the skin and eyes.

Risk assessment of UV light exposure in the workplace training course

Providing information to help persons responsible for risk assessment and safe use of UV light equipment in your workplace, peace of mind that you’ve got risk assessment and control covered, along with the confidence and acceptance of your process by the workforce.