VORTICE has introduced the UVLOGIKA – an environmental sanitiser suitable for the disinfection of surfaces in domestic, commercial and industrial environments.
The ongoing battle against COVID-19 means it is essential for our health and wellbeing that surfaces are sanitised efficiently, especially in public spaces.
The UVLOGIKA system is a UV-C lamp, which eliminates up to 99% of bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms, without any emission of ozone.
Its compact dimensions make the unit discreet enough to be installed in a variety of applications such as classrooms, lifts and hospital waiting rooms.
Tests have shown that in just eight minutes of exposure, 99% of bacteria and viruses tested and present on a surface located two metres from the lamp were eliminated, including SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).
Jennifer Quinn, VORTICE Technical and Marketing Manager, commented: “VORTICE believes the three fundamental factors in tackling COVID-19 are ventilation, purification and sanitisation.
“We are delighted we can offer a portfolio of products that can help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 and the UVLOGIKA is a great addition.”
All the technical details about the UVLOGIKA system and the viruses it can eliminate are available on VORTICE‘s website, along with other purification and sanitisation products.
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