We understand that your priorities are to keep your staff and patients safe, whilst reducing the fallow time between appointments to ensure that your practice is viable long-term. Our UV Deep Clean System can sanitise the average size treatment room in just five minutes (see exact cleaning times in the table below), helping you to see more patients.
Ultraviolet light rays sanitise all exposed surfaces, frequent touchpoints and the air around them safely and quickly, removing bacteria and viruses without chemicals. Many research trials have proved that ultraviolet light kills viruses, including coronaviruses and the SARS derivative. Tests on the SARS virus that causes COVID-19 have concluded that UVC light will kill COVID-19.
The UV Deep Clean System offers everything that you need to ensure sanitised rooms in one package – the portable ultraviolet cleaning lamp with essential safety features, door safety barrier.
Reassure any visitors to your space that it is safe and deep cleaned regularly by displaying our UV Deep Clean Assurance digital badge on your website and in your marketing materials.
Place the lamp in the treatment room, plug it in and close the door.
Put the unique safety barrier in place across the door and set the timer.
When the timer finishes you can safely re-enter your sanitised treatment room.
Whilst it has amazing cleaning abilities, UVC light is powerful and can harm human cells, so the UV Deep Clean System comes with safety built in.
Our unique door safety barrier is designed to show clearly when cleaning is in progress and to automatically stop the system if the door is opened whilst cleaning is in progress. The lamp also switches itself off if it detects movement.
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The time required to sanitise a room depends on the furthest distance of the surface to be cleaned from the UV lamp. To reduce that distance and therefore cleaning duration, whilst also reducing shadow areas (i.e. areas that the lamp’s rays can’t reach), it will often make sense to sanitise a room-space using two cleaning cycles, moving the lamp between each cycle.
As an example, you will see from the adjacent chart that sanitisation at 2 metres distance takes 3 times as long as at 1 metre distance, despite being only twice the distance.
The values in the adjacent table are based upon UV light falling on surfaces at an average angle of 45 degrees, and viruses having a required D90 dose (exposure) of 300 J/m2. The Instituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (Italy) and Departments of Infection Prevention and Medical Physics (the Netherlands) studies estimate the maximum D90 value for SARS-C0V-2 to be 30J/m2.
This means that the dosage durations in the adjacent chart are conservative by a factor of ten-times, and that D90 values are likely to be achieved much earlier and/or that doses will comfortably exceed a D90 dose. VIVID recommends these exaggerated sanitisation durations because SARS-CoV-2 is still such an un-researched virus, and in the interests of guaranteed efficacy.