The ongoing pandemic has significantly deepened awareness of the importance of maintaining high hygiene standards. Everyday things like books, school and office supplies, toys or tools can, unfortunately, become mediators of the transmission of unwanted microorganisms.
The practical portable sterilizer we present to you here has been tested on several human strains of coronavirus. Only two minutes of exposure to UVC light from this device from a distance of ten centimeters from the surface were enough to destroy the virus. The device is light, portable, simple and safe to use. The lamps are ozone-free, and the wavelength of the device's UVC light is 253.7 nm. Operating time is 3.5 hours, the battery is rechargeable and included in the price. You can also order a stand with a flexible holder.
Given the proven effectiveness of UVC light in destroying bacteria, viruses and fungi, as well as the design and technical characteristics, the new sterilizer quickly became accepted in the world market. Due to its mobility and adaptability to different surfaces, the field of its application extends beyond libraries, educational and administrative institutions.
dimensions and weight of the device: 47 x 12 x 7 cm, 680 g
solid housing made of quality plastic
UV-C lamps easily and quickly sterilize and decontaminate everyday library, school and office items
the lamps in the housing are protected against shocks
safety sensor switches off the device if it is tilted 30 ° in any direction to prevent accidental or intentional exposure to skin and eye light the safety sensor can be switched off to sterilize large or irregularly shaped objects
kills viruses in two minutes
light and wireless
runs on a rechargeable battery that is included in the price
the possibility of attachment to the stand facilitates the positioning and holding of the sterilizer above the books (includes a flexible holder made of aluminum and PVC and a plastic base to which it is connected)
Due to the current situation related to the virus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), the supply of archival material may be extended to 30 days.