UVCUE UA-42A

UVCUE Upper Room UVC System

CARB Certified

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UVCUE UA-42 Overview

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Advanced louver system for optics

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Integrated occupancy sensor

UVCUE Features
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Plug & play ready

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On & off switch

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Easy access for maintenance

Third Party Verified

Airborne Efficacy Tests

The UVCUE units are designed to be installed high on the walls to create a UVC zone overhead. Airborne microbes enter the UVC zone due to thermal plume from body heat and ventilation, and are inactivated at a rate determined by the microbe’s susceptibility to UVC energy.

The table below shows the third-party testing results where listed microorganisms were aerosolized into the air and suspended using mixing fans. UVCUE units were installed at 7 feet. Air samples were taken at specified intervals and compared to control samples with the UVCUE unit off.

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Types of Organism
Escherichia coli (E. coli)
Bacteria
Bacillus Subtilis
Bacteria
Phi X174 bacteriophage
Virus
Penicillium Citrinum
Fungus
Beginning Viral Concentration/m3
Escherichia coli (E. coli)
3.1 x 109 CFU
Bacillus Subtilis
1.1 x 109 CFU
Phi X174 bacteriophage
5.0 x 109 CFU
Penicillium Citrinum
2.2 x 108 CFU
Test Results
Escherichia coli (E. coli)
99.9% net reduction at 60 minutes
Bacillus Subtilis
99.9% net reduction at 45 minutes
Phi X174 bacteriophage
99.9% net reduction at 10 minutes
Penicillium Citrinum
99.9% net reduction at 105 minutes
Testing Laboratory
Escherichia coli (E. coli)
Intertek
Bacillus Subtilis
Intertek
Phi X174 bacteriophage
Intertek
Penicillium Citrinum
Intertek

Above tests were performed by Intertek in a 10’ x 10’ x 10’ chamber with a temperature range of 70 degrees to 75 degrees and a relative humidity range of 48% and 57%. The chamber was sealed and mixing fans were used to provide buoancy to the microbes and mix the air within the chamber. Significant changes in airflow, chamber size, temperature, humidity, or other environmental factors may impact performance. The reduction rates of microbes to UVC energy depend on the UVC susceptibility of the microbe in question.

UVCUE UA-42 Overview

UVCUE Features
\

Advanced louver system for optics

\

Integrated occupancy sensor

\

Plug & play ready

\

On & off switch

\

Easy access for maintenance

Third Party Verified

Airborne Efficacy Tests

The UVCUE units are designed to be installed high on the walls to create a UVC zone overhead. Airborne microbes enter the UVC zone due to thermal plume from body heat and ventilation, and are inactivated at a rate determined by the microbe’s susceptibility to UVC energy.

The table below shows the third-party testing results where listed microorganisms were aerosolized into the air and suspended using mixing fans. UVCUE units were installed at 7 feet. Air samples were taken at specified intervals and compared to control samples with the UVCUE unit off.

Escherichia coli (E. coli)
Type of Organism
Bacteria
Beginning Viral Concentration/m3
3.1 x 109 CFU
Test Result
99.9% net reduction at 60 minutes
Testing Laboratory
Intertek
Bacillus Subtilis
Type of Organism
Bacteria
Beginning Viral Concentration/m3
1.1 x 109 CFU
Test Result
99.9% net reduction at 45 minutes
Testing Laboratory
Intertek
Phi X174 Bacteriophage
Type of Organism
Virus
Beginning Viral Concentration/m3
5.0 x 109 CFU
Test Result
99.9% net reduction at 10 minutes
Testing Laboratory
Intertek
Penicillium Citrinum
Type of Organism
Fungus
Beginning Viral Concentration/m3
2.2 x 108 CFU
Test Result
99.9% net reduction at 105 minutes
Testing Laboratory
Intertek

Above tests were performed by Intertek in a 10’ x 10’ x 10’ chamber with a temperature range of 70 degrees to 75 degrees and a relative humidity range of 48% and 57%. The chamber was sealed and mixing fans were used to provide buoancy to the microbes and mix the air within the chamber. Significant changes in airflow, chamber size, temperature, humidity, or other environmental factors may impact performance. The reduction rates of microbes to UVC energy depend on the UVC susceptibility of the microbe in question.

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