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Room Alert Mobile UV System

AVT-MUVS1-USA

The Mobile UV System is AVTECH's solution for protecting your facility against viruses and bacteria to prevent downtime caused by health, safety and wellness impacts. The Mobile UV System is a portable and affordable device that offers air and surface sterilization through the use of Germicidal UV (GUV) lamps. Its compact design is based on larger devices priced at $100,000 used by hospital operating rooms, but at a fraction of that cost. Organizations can use the Mobile UV System in conjunction with standard cleaning procedures to help disinfect areas such as offices, classrooms, public areas, hotel rooms, rest rooms, conference rooms and more.

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Room Alert Mobile UV System $ 4495.00

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The Mobile UV System is a new portable and affordable device that offers air and surface sterilization through the use of Germicidal UV (GUV) lamps. Its compact design is based on larger devices priced at $100,000 used by hospital operating rooms, but at a fraction of that cost. Organizations can use the Mobile UV System in conjunction with standard cleaning procedures to help disinfect areas such as:
  • Offices
  • Laboratories
  • Patient Rooms
  • Classrooms
  • Hotel Rooms
  • …and much more
How does the Mobile UV System work?

The Mobile UV System is designed to be brought into a room after it has been cleaned. There is no special training or certification needed to operate the device; by simply setting a timer based on the room size, the Mobile UV System begins disinfecting the room after 2 minutes have passed (to allow the person setting the timer to exit the room).

The ultraviolet light emitted by the Mobile UV System helps to kill bacteria and inactivate viruses when combined with thorough cleaning. Let your customers and tenants know how much you value their well-being by incorporating the Mobile UV System into your disinfecting and sterilization schedule.

UV-C light helps kill bacteria and inactivate viruses.

There are a number of devices and systems that utilize UV light to perform various tasks. The Mobile UV System uses UV-C light to help sanitize and sterilize facilities to promote the well-being and health of the people in your facilities.

Organizations that use the Mobile UV System will be reassured to know that the UV-C technology administers a dose of 22mJ/cm2 at 3m distance from the unit, at a run time of 15 minutes. This dosage is recommended by the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratory at Boston University to help inactivate SARS-CoV-2.

UV-C light is FDA-approved to help sterilize and disinfect surfaces, and is proven to have 99.9% effectiveness in killing microbes. Unlike UV-A or UV-B light, both of which are found in nature, UV-C light acts quickly in an enclosed space to kill and inactivate bacteria and viruses. Since UV-C light can be harmful to humans, the Mobile UV System is designed to activate after it has been set in place, and the employees in charge of the system have safely moved out of the room.

How will the Mobile UV System help your organization?

Any organization that cares about the health and well-being of the people who are in their facilities will strongly benefit from using the Mobile UV System as part of their overall cleaning and sanitizing program. Here are just a few examples of how organizations that rely on deep cleaning and sanitizing can immediately introduce the Mobile UV System.

  • Schools and Educational Facilities – Families are rightfully concerned about the health of their students, teachers, administration, and support staff. The Mobile UV System can easily be wheeled into classrooms nightly to help disinfect every surface before students and staff return the next day.
  • Hotels and Restaurants – As patrons need to venture out for food or extended stays due to work or vacation, the Mobile UV System’s UV-C light will help you disinfect your rooms and dining areas, giving your guests peace of mind while also giving you a strong competitive advantage.
  • Medical – Patients rely on the cleanliness of your facilities when they are visiting for appointments. The Mobile UV System will help you reassure them that you are taking every step to protect their well being, and keep them healthy in all areas of your facility.
  • Offices and Professional Organizations – As your staff slowly returns to the workplace, and your customers enter your building, letting them know that you use the Mobile UV System daily to kill bacteria and inactivate viruses will allow them to safely spend time in your facility.


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Protect Your Facility ... Don't Wait Until It's Too Late!   Remember, 'Proactive Monitoring' is always better than 'Disaster Recovery'.


Features & Specification For Mobile UV System
Dimensions (Unstacked)
20"W x 20"D x 22"H
Dimensions (Stacked)
20"W x 20"D x 44"H
Weight
26.5 lbs
Mobility
Yes, Four (4) Sturdy Casters / Wheels
Power Compatibility
110-240VAC, 50-60Hz
Power Requirements
4x 36W UV-C Bulbs / Approx. 150W Total
Power Cord Type
US Plug (Others available)
Power Cord Length
24 Feet
UV Type
UV-C
UV Delivery
Four (4) High Output UV-C Bulbs
UV Spectrum
254nm (253.7nm)
Bulb Replacement Cycle
Annual bulb replacement for best performance
Warranty
3 Years (not including bulbs)
Assigned Product Specialist
Yes
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) For Mobile UV System (MUVS)
What is Germicidal UV (GUV) and UVGI?

Germicidal UV (GUV) is the use of a specific spectrum of ultraviolet light to inactivate viruses, bacteria, mold spores, fungi and other organic organisms. When deployed in a specific location, this is typically referred to as ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).

Is all ultraviolet considered Germicidal UV?

Only UV-C, which is specifically in the spectral band or wavelength range from 200-280nm is considered GUV and effective for disinfection applications. The Mobile UV System outputs UV-C at 254nm.

How useful is UV-C for disinfecting air and surfaces?

UV-C light has been used extensively for more than 40 years for disinfecting air and surfaces against a wide variety of human pathogens (https://www.iuvanews.com/stories/pdf/archives/180301_UVSensitivityReview_full.pdf). All bacteria and viruses tested to date (many hundreds over the years, including other variations of coronaviruses) respond favorably to UV disinfection.

How long would it take to treat a 20ft x 15ft room?

The MUVS is most effective when used in combination with standard cleaning protocols. After standard cleaning of the room has taken place, the MUVS can be placed in the room in a location that maximizes the area within the room that will be reached by the light. Most users stack the MUVS to allow the light to be higher and therefore be exposed to the surfaces of tables and desks. As the technology depends on light, it cannot see around corners and is not effective in shaded areas.

In a 20ft x 15ft room where the MUVS can be within 10ft from all surfaces, approximately ten (10) minutes is all that is needed to deliver an effective dose of UV-C to the air and surfaces within the room. In larger rooms, we recommend that the MUVS is repositioned after each treatment to deliver multiple doses that allow all surfaces to be within 10 feet of the MUVS. If repositioning is not possible, a longer dose time may be effective depending on the layout and size of the room.

Is UV-C dangerous for humans?

The Mobile UV System can be confidently and safely operated when following appropriate operating instructions and precautions. A great deal is known about the human exposure limits of 254nm UV (UV-C). Compared to the UV-A and UV-B in sunlight, UV-C is almost entirely absorbed by the outer dead layer (stratum corneum) and outer skin (outer epidermis), with very limited penetration to the deeper cellular layers of skin where new cells are constantly created. For comparison, the current daily safety limit of 254nm UV-C is 8 hours at 6.0 mJ/cm2, which is less than ten minutes of summer sun exposure at a UV Index of 10! This is because normal sunlight includes much more-penetrating UV-A and UV-B.

The human eye is most susceptible to sunlight and GUV exposure. Exceeding the threshold level value (TLV) will result in painful irritation of the cornea similar to over-exposure on a sunny day, especially from sun reflected from water or snow. The damage can be painful but is temporary, with corneal shedding and replacement in a day or two.

There are no known long-term consequences from an accidental UV-C overexposure. Most accidental eye injuries result from workers working in the room without first turning off the MUVS.

What happens if a UV-C bulb breaks?

The Mobile UV System has a cover that should be installed while storing and transporting the device to prevent the accidental breakage of the glass UV-C bulbs. During normal operation, no one should be near the device so the chance of accidental breakage is very low.

The UV-C bulbs used in the Mobile UV System contain a small amount of mercury (<0.1% amalgamated with other metals) in a glass bulb. Care should be taken when cleaning up the glass, and vacuums should be avoided to minimize the spread of the small amount of mercury in the air. Detailed instructions for cleanup can be found in our Safety Guide.

Shatterproof bulbs are available for the Mobile UV System. Please speak with our Product Specialists for details. The shatterproof bulbs are encased in plastic to contain the glass and other materials in the event of breakage. The tradeoff is approximately a 5% reduction in UV-C efficacy due to the plastic coating.



QUESTIONS? Call one of our experienced Product Specialists for answers or send us an email at Sales@AVTECH.com.

Protect Your Facility ... Don't Wait Until It's Too Late!   Remember, 'Proactive Monitoring' is always better than 'Disaster Recovery'.