BrainLit launches a unique automated solution with the ability to disinfect public spaces using UV light
The ongoing pandemic has brought to the fore the realization that viruses and bacteria can live both in the air and on surfaces and thus spread and have a major impact on our health. As we will in future have to live with recurring infections, there is a demand for an effective way to automatically disinfect frequently visited areas, such as toilets, to protect people from harmful pathogens.
BrainLit’s new automated solution, the BrainLit UV, disinfects both air and surfaces through UV-C light to deactivate pathogens. The BrainLit UV has undergone extensive tests at the Swedish Defense Research Agency, FOI, which confirms the effect of rapid deactivation of SARS-CoV-2, ie the virus that causes Covid 19. The tests show a deactivation of 90% of SARS-CoV-2 virus within 2 minutes and a 99.9% deactivation within 12 minutes. The tests also showed effective deactivation of E. coli bacteria and salmonella bacteria.
“It is very gratifying and strengthening to see that the FOI results confirm what we expected from the product,” says Nils Gautam, Product Manager. “There is a huge need for this type of solution in the market, and we are pleased to be able to offer it to our customers in CE-certified markets, with future expansion to more markets.”
The BrainLit UV automatically disinfects viruses and other pathogens using safe and patented UV-C radiation, thus ensuring a safer working environment.
The BrainLit UV is available for order in CE-certified markets and is already installed for various customers.
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