e92 disinfection technology
UV-C Technology is tested to inactivate Corona Viruses, SARS, MERS, EBOLA and more
Our machine utilizes UV technology to target common germs found in the surrounding environment.
It kills viruses, bacteria, superbugs, fungi, molds, spores and more.
Specific electromagnetic waves modify the virus DNA structure.
There is no known microorganism that is immune to UV-c radiation technology.
The machine disinfects all surfaces including line of sight and shadow areas, it also circulates the air through a UV radiation chamber within minutes.
Easily controlled using an Android and iOS App, it significantly reduces the risk of aquiring an infection.
We are the only manufacturer on the market to combine germicide UV-c technology, pulse xenon arc technology and UV flow radiation technology for triple effect.
Current threat - Corona Virus CoVID-19
The technology has been proven to inactivate efficiently other corona viruses from the same family including SARS and MERS. Ultraviolet light UV-C not only kills viruses on surfaces but also those in the air. It acts as an air and surface purifier. UV-C robots are used to kill viruses, bacteria, and superbugs on surfaces and in the surrounding air on aeroplanes between flights at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York. UVC disinfection robots are also typically seen in healthcare facilities and hospitals, being used to disinfect air, water, and surfaces in rooms and operating rooms.
UV-C technology inactivates the germ's cell by damaging its DNA structure
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Submicroscopic infectious agents that are usually regarded as nonliving extremely complex molecules, that typically contain a protein coat surrounding an RNA or DNA core of genetic material but no semipermeable membrane, that are capable of growth and multiplication only in living cells, and that cause various important diseases in humans, animals, and plants
Predominantly round, spiral, or rod-shaped single-celled prokaryotic microorganisms that typically live in soil, water, organic matter, or the bodies of plants and animals, that make their own food especially from sunlight or are saprophytic or parasitic, are often motile by means of flagella, reproduce especially by binary fission, and include many important pathogens
A pathogenic microorganism and especially a bacterium that has developed resistance to the medications normally used against it. Resistant bacteria that cause pneumonia, urinary tract infections and skin infections are just a few of the dangers we now face. A pathogenic microorganism and especially a bacterium that has developed resistance to the medications normally used against it.
Fungi, Spores, Molds
Fungi are a kingdom of usually multicellular eukaryotic organisms that are heterotrophs and have important roles in nutrient cycling in an ecosystem. Spores are a primitive usually unicellular often environmentally resistant dormant or reproductive body produced by plants, fungi, and some microorganisms and capable of development into a new individual either directly or after fusion with another spore.
COVID-19(SARS-CoV-2) is a single stranded RNA virus which gives our UV germicidal irradiation procedure significant advantage.
UV irradiation in doses larger than 6µW/cm² inactivates viruses by disassembling DNA/RNA. It bonds Thymine nucleobases
to one another and blocks replication procedures in the cell. While double stranded viruses allow for certain amount of repair and
may take a bit longer to inactivate, the single stranded viruses don't stand a chance because there is no second strand to serve as
a template for excision or recombination of damaged RNA sections by host enzymes. In result ssRNA viruses like SARS-CoV-2 need 2x smaller
dose than dsRNA viruses.
Background: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) has been identified as a potential threat to the safety of blood products. The Mirasol Pathogen Reduction Technology System uses rbf and ultraviolet (UV) light to render blood-borne pathogens noninfectious while maintaining blood product quality. The report on the efficacy of rbf and UV light against MERS-CoV when tested in human plasma is successful. Study design and methods: MERS-CoV (EMC strain) was used to inoculate plasma units that then underwent treatment with rbf and UV light. The infectious titers of MERS-CoV in the samples before and after treatment were determined by plaque assay on Vero cells. The treatments were initially performed in triplicate using pooled plasma (n = 3) and then repeated using individual plasma units (n = 6). Results: In both studies, rbf and UV light reduced the infectious titer of MERS-CoV below the limit of detection. The mean log reductions in the viral titers were ≥4.07 and ≥4.42 for the pooled and individual donor plasma, respectively. Conclusion: rbf and UV light effectively reduced the titer of MERS-CoV in human plasma products to below the limit of detection, suggesting that the treatment process may reduce the risk of transfusion transmission of MERS-CoV.
A recent study has reported a reduction of ≥3·7 log of MERS-CoV in spiked platelets prepared in 65% PAS and 35% plasma using UVC light ( Eickmann et al., 2018). In addition, a minimum reduction of ≥3·3 or ≥ 4·07 logs of MERS-CoV in plasma has been reported using methylene blue with visible light ( Eickmann et al., 2018) or rbf with UV light (Keil et al., 2016), respectively.
Over the past 100 years there have been serious diseases with high mobidity and mortality. Three viruses known as avian influenza virus (AIV) , severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus , and the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) , have been experimentally inactivated by ultraviolet (UV) light-based UVC photochemical treatment.
|To visualize the effect for the masses we used one tomato which was exposed to our pulse uv generator for 10 minutes every day for a week.
We also included a control tomato that was not exposed to our pulse uv generator, and here You can see the final result after one week.
The tomato on the left was exposed to uv radiation and just started changing to a darker color from inside out, but maintained its structural integrity. The control tomato on the right was not preserved and allowed microorganisms to form colonies. After a week it lost its bright color and became soft and messy.