The larger version, for example, can disinfect about 80% of the air in a 60-cubic-meter room within 34 minutes. With a maximum sound pressure of 32 dB(A), background noise is roughly the same as computer fan noise or normal local background noise. The smaller device is hard to hear with a noise level of only 20 dB(A).
As a closed, ozone-free air disinfection device, Buenos Aires UV-C neutralizes viruses, bacteria and fungi indoors by UV-C rays with a wavelength of 253.7 nm. To do this, air is sucked in on one side, flows through the protected interior of the housing, where two powerful HNS 36W G13 lamps are located, and 99.99% of the time (LOG4) comes out of viruses and other pathogens on the other side.
The device was subjected to a report by the Technical University of Berlin (Technical University of Berlin, 4th Faculty, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Institute for Energy and Automation Technology, Lighting Technology, Head of Department Prof. Dr. Eng. Stephen Volker, Report on the UV-C UV Disinfection Device Buenos Aires, July 27, 2021): »The device operates practically without maintenance and with continuous efficiency throughout the life of the lamp. This is an additional advantage compared to systems with filters that have to be changed frequently, since viruses are not deactivated, but only detected.“The arbitrators’ ratification of the final judgment:”Due to the high energy of the 4.88V photons that are effective in the interior of the device, the system can also be used for general internal disinfection purposes of viruses, bacteria and fungal spores; So in all likelihood also against the Sars-CoV-2 mutations that have already appeared or are emerging today. «
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