Miltec’s UV-C Disinfection systems provide a very high amount of UV-C light through our patented advanced optics and efficient design. The high powered UV-C disinfection lamp systems produce more UV-C light than other low-pressure germicidal lamps allowing for proper disinfection in a fraction of the time. We have the extensive expertise and unique qualifications required for custom medical manufacturing solutions. Our UV-C Disinfection systems provide significant energy and operating savings to manufacturers.
UV-C Disinfection market applications include:
- N95 Respirator Masks
- Surgical rooms
- Surface decontamination
Benefits of working with Miltec UV for UV-C Disinfection include:
- High-speed disinfection using high output UV-C lamp systems
- Highly qualified team of experienced UV specialists
- R&D lab to prove new processes or improve existing ones
- Easy maintenance
- Exceptional ongoing technical support and UV training availability
- Advanced touchscreen controls for easy operator interface
- Made In USA
FDA approval may be needed for some medical applications.
Fight Residual Contamination with UV-C Disinfection Technology
Safe reuse of N95 respirator masks by effective decontamination methods is critical during the COVID-19 pandemic to help protect our doctors and nurses on the front line. The CDC guidelines for disinfection and sterilization include the use of UV technology for the inactivation of microorganisms and the CDC authorized the decontamination of N95 respirator masks as part of their Crisis Capacity Strategy. UV-C disinfection technology has been used for decades and can be offered as a solution to mitigate and help prevent the spread of the virus. Miltec UV developed a process using their High Peak Irradiance (HPI) UV lamp technology, which produces an extremely high amount of UV-C light, to disinfect N95 respirator masks. The UV-C germicidal range is from 200-280nm, however, the specially formulated UV lamps offered by Miltec UV have significantly stronger output than existing UV-C lamp technology.
Based on previous research, the COVID-19 virus DNA or RNA can be inactivated so that it cannot reproduce with approximately 5 millijoules (mj) of UV-C light. The Miltec HPI UV system can produce more than 50 millijoules of UV-C light at a conveyor speed of 50 feet per minute. That is 10 times more UV-C light than is required to inactivate the virus.
According to the International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA), UV technology needs to be applied correctly to be effective. Exposure time, energy intensity, and the ability to reach the virus all impact the effectiveness of UV to inactivate the virus.
Miltec is currently working on FDA Approval of their High Peak Intensity UV-C disinfection technology.
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