AgroMax UV-C PPE Sanitation Chamber

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The PPE Sanitation Chamber Includes:

2- 4 lamp T5 fixtures
8- AgroMax UV-C t5 lamps
1- Stainless Steel Shelf
1- 22.5″X48.5″X51.5″ Mobile Chamber

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The AgroMax Sanitation Chamber uses AgroMax T5 UV-C Lamps to disinfect your FFR and other PPE. The chamber is equipped with a top and bottom 4 lamp UVC fixture and a medical grade stainless steel shelving. These lamps have been tested and verified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for their performance and output. Click Here for the UL verified reports. The fixtures offer the ability to use 2 bulbs at a time, allowing for customizable intensity for all uses. The tent is made from an opaque outer shell – lined with a reflective material to help focus and intensify light saturation. The small footprint gives this set up an advantage over the bulky, specialized and expensive competition.

For more common uses and additional research that’s being done by government agencies and educational institutions. Read the links below:

American Chemical Society Public Health Emergency Collection-Germicidal Ultraviolet Light Does Not Damage or Impede Performance of N95 Masks Upon Multiple Uses

Global Health: Science and Practice-Mask Reuse in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Creating an Inexpensive and Scalable Ultraviolet System for Filtering Facepiece Respirator Decontamination

University of Nebraska School of Medicine-N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirator Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) Process for Decontamination and Reuse

Air Force Research Laboratory-USE OF ENERGETIC METHODS TO DECONTAMINATE FILTERING FACEPIECE RESPIRATORS

Center for Disease Control CDC-Basic Upper-Room Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Guidelines for Healthcare Settings

AgroMax understands the value of safety and more importantly performance reliability. We have had our UV-C bulbs UL Performance tested and verified to insure we meet the performance you expect from a tool from AgroMax. We have provided you with the results of our tests to give consumers the transparency and trust. Our UV-C bulbs are intended to be used in accordance with all CDC, NEMA, and ALA safety protocol and guidelines.


UL Verified Evaluation & Test Results
UL1598 Evaluation ReportUL 1598 Annex L Evaluation Report

UL 1 inch Irradiance Test- AgroMax UV-C UL Verified Performance Test-1

UL 12 inch Irradiance Test- AgroMax UV-C UL Verified Performance Test-2

UL 24 inch Irradiance Test- AgroMax UV-C UL Verified Performance Test-3

Center for Disease Control CDC-Basic Upper-Room Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Guidelines for Healthcare Settings

WARNING:
Biological Effect of UV Light
While UVB radiation is widely recognized for its harmful effects on human skin and links to skin cancer, each of the UV bands (UVA, UVB and UVC) create different risks for humans.

UVC radiation refers to wavelengths shorter than 280 nm. These wavelengths are entirely absorbed by our atmosphere and no natural UVC radiation reaches the surface of the earth. These wavelengths are available to us through artificial sources.

In instances of prolonged direct exposure to UVC light, temporary eye and skin damage has been exhibited, such as cornea injury (sometimes referred to as “welder’s eye”) although this generally heals after a couple of days. Therefore, safety recommendations with UVC LEDs include protecting skin (in particular open wounds) and, most importantly, the eyes from UVC radiation.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
UV radiation is easily absorbed by clothing, plastic or glass. Once absorbed, UV radiation is no longer active. When working with open UV radiation during maintenance, service or other situations, personal protective equipment covering all exposed areas is recommended. When working around UVC devices, one should:

Use UV goggles and/or full-face shields.
Prescription glasses and normal safety glasses do not protect eyes from UV exposure, so ANSI Z87 rated eyeglasses with wrap around lens to protect the side exposure is recommended. Consult with ANSI Z87 manufacturers for proper UV exposure protection equipment.
Cover any exposed skin using lab coats, nitrile gloves or other lab attire.