Mobile Room Disinfection UV System MRS33-8 with 8 UV Lamps
Mobile UV Room Sterilizer MRS33-8 uses 360 degree safety motion sensors and features eight 33" UVC lamps optically centered around a highly polished reflector for maximum germicidal UV intensity. System controls are located directly on the unit, which allows utilization of a touch-screen with 3 pre-programmed disinfection cycles, and the option to manually set disinfection time.
These mobile ultraviolet units utilize eight UV lamps and are designed for operating rooms, sterile areas, laboratories, unoccupied patient rooms, clean rooms and all other applications where permanent UV fixtures are not practical. Each mobile UV unit is equipped with casters for maximum portability.
Why it is important to disinfect surfaces with germicidal UV
Bacteria, including VRE, MRSA, TB, C.diff, and viruses can survive for a long time on contaminated surfaces.
These pathogens are frequently found in patients with nosocomial infections.
In hospital environments, surfaces with which hands come in contact are often contaminated with nosocomial pathogens, and may serve as vectors for cross-transmission.
Contaminated hands can transfer germs to five more surfaces or 14 other subjects and can also recontaminate a clean surface.
There is overwhelming evidence for low compliance of healthcare workers with hand hygiene (about 50%), therefore all contaminated surfaces must be properly cleaned and disinfected.
Mobile UV System Features:
304 stainless steel body
360-degree motion sensor for automatic shut-off
Large, high quality, locking casters for ease of transport
Universal power input 120/220V, 50/60Hz
Formed stainless tube structure protects lamps and improves ability to handle and transport the unit
Access panel for ease of maintenance
Touch-screen controller with preset and manual disinfection
15 foot power cord (longer power cord available upon request)
Remote key fob on/off
Mobile UV System Technical Specs:
Dimensions: 47”H x 20”W x 20”D
UV Lamps: GML100 x 8
Electrical Requirements: 4Amp @ 120V or 2.2Amp @ 220V
German researchers found that viruses and bacteria, including VRE, MRSA, TB, C.diff and Streptococcus can survive for months on dry surfaces. These pathogens are frequently found in patients with nosocomial infections. In the hospital environment, surfaces with which hands come in contact are often contaminated with nosocomial pathogens, and may serve as vectors for cross-transmission. Contaminated hands can transfer germs to five more surfaces or 14 other subjects and can also be the source of recontaminating the surface."Compliance rates of healthcare workers in hand hygiene are known to be around 50%. Due to the overwhelming evidence of low compliance with hand hygiene, the risk from contaminated surfaces cannot be overlooked.” said the researchers.