UVDI Announces CE Mark for Air Disinfection Technology

V-MAX technology features 254nm UV-C lamps.

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UltraViolet Devices (UVDI), a manufacturer of UV-C Indoor Air Quality and surface disinfection technology, announced today that its V-MAX air disinfection and coil cleaning products now carry the CE mark. The CE mark signifies that products meet high safety, health, and environmental protection requirements and can be sold in the European Economic Area (EEA), which includes the 27 Member States of the European Union, eight European Free Trade Association countries and seven countries which accept Mutual Recognition of Conformity Assessment, including Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Turkey and the United States.

UVDI V-MAX technology is used for clean and disinfected air supply in more than 1,500 facilities worldwide including hospitals, schools, airports, stadiums, office buildings and industrial sites.

V-MAX helps ensure clean, disinfected air with technology proven to inactivate 99.99% of SARS-CoV-2 in a moving airstream in independent BSL-3 laboratory testing. V-MAX technology features 254nm UV-C lamps, each individually tested prior to assembly to verify 9,000 hours of lamp life in use. V-MAX is available in two configurations โ€“ V-MAX Grid designed for installation in the Air Handling Unit and V-MAX, manufactured for in-duct use.

V-MAX technology is also used for advanced evaporative coil cleaningโ€“ for improved temperature and humidity control, energy savings, and reduced HVAC system maintenance in both retrofit and new construction applications. Available for installation both in the Air Handling Unit and in-duct use, V-MAX coil cleaning technology is installed in a wide range of commercial sites, including at Los Angeles International Airport.

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