UV-C GERMICIDAL TREATMENT
REALIZATION OF SPECIAL DECONTAMINATION EQUIPMENT
The combination of our know-how in industrial installations and our expertise in germicidal treatment with UV-C radiation allows us to bring quality products to the market with high performance. Our team can guide you from the design to the completion of your project.
We study and build processing equipment for various machines. The technology of the lamps used allows the implementation of equipment adapted to the machine with easy maintenance.
REALIZATION OF SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
The combination of our know-how in industrial installations and our technological expertise allows usto bring quality products to the market with high performance..
ERIES supports manufacturers
in their process improvement project, studies and realizes the integrations of materials for the treatment. We benefit from the experience, the know-how and the quality of the products of these manufacturers.
We work in collaboration with the customer’s Quality and Studies department in order to provide the solution best suited to the application. Often the machines are already in operation, we implement a test protocol to adjust, together, the solution to the needs of the project.
Construction of treatment systems
We study and build equipment for processing packages before packaging. The technology of the lamps used allows the implementation of equipment adapted to the machine with easy maintenance.
People working near UVC equipment
UVC RADIATION IS DANGEROUS TO SKIN AND EYES.
UVC decontamination devices are equipped with germicidal lamps emitting 85% of radiation at 254 nm wavelength, invisible to the human eye. Exposure to UVC emission sources can pose risks to the eyes and skin.
Although UVC rays are absorbed by all surfaces and therefore very little reflected, there are always some risks during prolonged exposure to this type of material. It is therefore necessary to protect yourself from this radiation by using PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) suitable for this type of exposure.
Operators must protect themselves from direct or indirect radiation.
Use the following equipment while the lamps are being switched on.
vinyl or nitrile
Face protection – filters for ultraviolet.
EN170: 2002. / EN172: 1994.