Capable of up to 6 logs surface sterilisation
Trial shows Tru-D SmartUVC prevented coincident recurrent CDI episodes in a long-term care facility
Germ Genie kills C. diff on keyboards– 5-May-2011
Uses UV light as the sanitising agent
UV Flu ViraTech UV-400 enters hospitality sector– 29-Jun-2010
Company changes product name from ViraGuard to ViraTech
Two industry experts join UV Flu Technologies– 8-Jan-2010
UV Flu Technologies, a US developer of biotechnology products initially targeting the indoor air quality industry sector, has appointed Dennis Rosen and Roger Nelsen to its board of directors.
UV disinfection specialist Hanovia, based in Slough, Berkshire, UK, has appointed Halim Mirza as global business manager for industrial markets such as food and beverage processing, pharmaceutical and microelectronics manufacturing, as well as specialist healthcare applications.
In-line sterilisation with pulsed light– 1-Aug-2012
The effectiveness of pulsed light in killing micro-organisms is well know, but until now there was no suitable testing environment that was sustainable and met industry standards. Claranor has developed a pulsed light sterilisation treatment that is reproducible and traceable. Each product receives exactly the same amount of energy, and the procedure is monitored and can be checked at any time
Harnessing UVC light– 23-Jan-2012
Ultraviolet light offers an energy- and cost-efficient method of decontaminating medical and electronic devices. When targeted micro-organisms are directly exposed to UVC light, the radiation penetrates the cell walls. UVC exposure in the Nanoclave Cabinet occurs at room temperature and pressure and doesn’t involve moisture or immersion.
Avoid paying for charges– 12-Aug-2003
Static charge in a clean environment can lead to expensive losses, but as Alan Humphries of PMT explains, there are measures which can be carried out to minimise the risks
Safe handling of bulk APIs– 11-Jun-2003
Carlisle Life Sciences has developed strict test protocols to ensure its containment systems operate safely, as Martin Ryder explains