Air treatment

Many manufacturing processes and public buildings can cause unpleasant odors and gases. These are quickly becoming a burden for employees and residents. Using special UV emitters, for example, the room air in waiting rooms or the exhaust air from industrial plants and landfills can be processed quickly. Odors are neutralized and germs are destroyed.


 

Exhaust air in kitchen

Each cooking and roasting process causes vapors and leads to undesired grease deposits and odors in exhaust air ducts. These residues create a high risk of fire and require corresponding fire protection measures. Ozone-producing UVC low-pressure lamps can be used to greatly reduce fat deposits. Thanks to the UV oxidation, the fats are cold-burned and thus the risk of fire is reduced. In addition, the cleaning effort is shortened, which in turn leads to the prolongation of maintenance intervals.

Source: Henatherm


 

Climate controlled and ventilation systems

In order to avoid the spread of pathogens, the use of a UVC disinfection system is recommended. Whether in production buildings, large gatherings or livestock breeding, UV disinfection provides an important contribution to the health of all living creatures. UVC low-pressure lamps disinfect the ambient air or sterilize the water in air humidifiers or air-cleaners.

Source: G.L.A.


 

Exhaust air of waste disposals

A major challenge in the field of exhaust air treatment is landfills. The originating gases contribute to an undesirable odor removal in and around the site. With the help of specially developed UVC low-pressure lamps, these odors can also be eliminated almost residue-free. The UVC air treatment thus contributes to the protection of the population and our environment.