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Continuous
Germicidal
Air Disinfection
By deactivation of upto 99%* of 'airborne' pathogens
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Upper Air Room Disinfection Solution

Built on Honeywell IAQ legacy, The upper air room disinfection solution offers better air disinfection and improved indoor air quality, reduces risk of cross infection due to contagious airborne pathogens. With Honeywell’s expertise in IAQ and optics, Product is designed to deactivate upto 99%* of airborne pathogens. The product is subject to stringent testing and quality checks that is in accordance to NIOSH safety guidelines, ensuring safety to occupants and achieves continuous air disinfection in the room.

How does Upper Air Room Disinfection Solution work?

Upper room air disinfection using UV-C is a technology used to reduce airborne pathogens and cross infections. A UV lamp in a specially designed fixture directs UV energy to the upper area of the room. The convective air currents push the pathogens present in the lower area to the upper part. The powerful UV-’C’ rays causes DNA/RNA damage to the pathogens there by inactivating them and creating a sterile ‘Upper –Zone’ or ‘Deactivation Zone’. Pathogen inactivation is exhibited over multiple passes and the microbial load is diluted over a period of time. This is a 24x7 cycle, providing continuous air disinfection for the facility.

False/True Ceiling recommended height - 9 ft
 
Natural convection/air movement to carry the lower section of the air to upper section
 
With UV rays directly concentrating on the upper air section
 
Air again moves down completing the process
 
The process is repeated multiple times
 
Recommended Installation Height is 7.5 ft From Floor Level
 
Lower Air Contaminated Zone
 
Upper Air Sterile Zone
  • UNINTERRUPTED PROTECTION

    Safety is Priceless!

    Upper Air Room Disinfection Solution is extensively tested and designed for optimum performance, suitable for upto 250 Sq ft area in verticals such as Healthcare, Commercial Buildings, Educational Institutes, etc.

HONEYWELL

Upper Air Room
Disinfection Solution

Continuous germicidal air disinfection by deactivation of airborne pathogens upto 99%*

  • Proven UV- 'C' 254 nm in deactivating pathogens
  • Safe Design, in accordance to NIOSH guidelines
  • Optimized UV performance for higher disinfection and occupant safety
  • Can be used in A/C & Non A/C Rooms
  • Honeywell Reliability
  • Continuous Air Disinfection
Key Features
  • Deactivates
    upto 99%*
    airborne
    pathogens
  • Effective
    IAQ
    Improvement
  • Continuous
    Air
    disinfection
  • Safe for A/C
    & Non A/C
    Rooms
  • Reduced
    Cross
    infections /
    HAI
  • Improved
    employee
    Productivity /
    Healthy
    workplace
  • Easy to
    install Plug and
    Play
    Design
  • Safe
    Design, in
    accordance
    to NIOSH
    Guidelines
  • *Tested under controlled environment
    Taking the Challenge Head on

    One of the biggest challenges in the current times is to keep your facility going 24x7 with no possible hindrance due any contingency situations caused by deadly virus and airborne infections. Discover how Honeywell has designed a special device specifically to address the challenge of business continuity.

  • WARNING
    UV Light Hazard.
    Harmful to bare skin and eyes.
    Can cause temporary or permanent loss of vision.
    For more information on safety
    of Upper Air UV, refer to the
    NIOSH guidance
    Disclaimer:-
    Upper Air Room Disinfection Solution is not a medical device and is not intended for use to disinfect medical devices, rooms and/or spaces that are furnished with medical devices and/or for medical purposes.

    *Tested in an MOF recognized and ISO certified lab.

    Harvard Business Review, Research: Stale Office Air Is Making You Less Productive, 21 March 2017

    2009-105 NIOSH Guidelines Environmental Control for Tuberculosis: Basic Upper-Room Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Guidelines for Healthcare Settings

    ±Occupational exposure guidelines for UVGI have been developed by CDC/NIOSH [NIOSH 1972] and the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) 6 Environmental Control for Tuberculosis [2007]. The CDC/NIOSH recommended exposure limit (REL) is designed to protect workers against eye and skin injury. Detailed examples for calculating the REL at different UV wavelengths are provided in the CDC/NIOSH [NIOSH 1972] criteria document. Based on the CDC/NIOSH REL, the maximum recommended exposure to UV is 6 mJ/cm2 at 254 nm for a daily 8 h work shift. The ACGIH threshold limit value (TLV) at 254 nm is 6 mJ/cm2 in an 8 h period. These recommended exposures correspond to a maximum recommended irradiance of 0.2 µW/cm2 for 8 h exposure to UVGI at a wavelength of 254 nm. The ACGIH TLV also stipulates that these values should be used as a guide for control of exposure to continuous sources for exposure durations equal to or greater than 0.1 seconds. Upper-room UVGI system designers have used 0.2 µW/cm2 as the maximum lower (occupied) room irradiance [First et al. 2005; Nardell et al. 2008] to limit the irradiance level in the lower room to the 8 h REL. Some researchers [First et al. 2005; Nardell et al. 2008] believe this limits the irradiation level in the upper room thereby decreasing the potential effectiveness of the system. Many workers move around during the course of their work and may not be exposed to a single irradiance level during their work shifts [CDC 2005a; First et al. 2005; Nardell et al. 2008]. Recommended exposures for work shifts of greater than 8 h in a 24 h period can be calculated using the formula provided and noted by permissible exposure times (PET). The recommended levels should not be used for photosensitive persons, persons concomitantly exposed to systemic or topical photosensitizing agents, or persons who have had the lens of the eye removed during cataract surgery. Workers exposed to UVGI above the REL require the use of personal protective clothing and equipment to protect their eyes and skin. At 254 nm, the CDC/NIOSH REL is 6 mJ/cm2 (6000 µJ/cm2 ). Permissible exposure times (PET) for healthcare workers can be calculated for various irradiance levels as follows.
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