Induction UVC Last 60,000 Hours
KILLS 99% OF ALL BACTERIA AND VIRUSES
Induction UVC lamps beat regular UVC lamps hands down. Not only do they last 60,000 hours versus about 8-9000 hours for a regular UVC lamp, the induction lamps are waterproof. If you were to run a regular UVC lamp 24 hours per day the lifespan would be about 4,000 hours. The Induction UVC lamp will last 30,000 hours running 24 hours a day. How much will it cost you to replace the regular UVC lamps 7-8 times more?
EASY TO INSTALL
- + Teflon and PVC connection wire: Waterproof
- + Bracket and screw 316L SS: Anti-UVCorrosion
- + Special induction magnetic ring
- + Special Connecting Parts: Resistance to fall
- + Tube : Higher UV intensity
- + Special packaging
- + High Power ballast support 24h/day working
- + Purification, Deodorization, Surface disinfection
- + Wastewater/ Gas treatment, Cold storage, Swimming Pool,
- + Aquarium, Tap water plant, Spray paint factory
- + Aquaculture farms, Cooling tower and etc…
- + Lamp tube and ballast must be separately mounted
- + The lamp could be putting closed container/case and it can also be put into water
- + The length of wire is 2~2.6 meter, which is not permitted to extent the length of tube wire, otherwise it will influence the lamp working;
- + Please keep the UV lamp surface clean and clean the surface of the tube regularly to max its working effect
- + It’s prohibited that the naked eyes are exposed directly to the ultraviolet light.
Indoor Air and Coronavirus (COVID-19)
COVID-19 is thought to spread mainly through close contact from person-toperson. However, some uncertainty remains about the relative importance of different routes of transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Evidence now confirms that this virus can remain airborne for longer times and further distances than originally thought. In addition to close contact with infected people and contaminated surfaces, spread of COVID-19 may also occur via airborne particles in indoor environments, in some circumstances beyond the 2 m (about 6 ft) range encouraged by some social distancing recommendations. See Science and Technical Resources related to Indoor Air and Coronavirus (COVID-19) or Indoor Air and COVID-19 Key References and Publications for technical information.
There are straightforward steps that can be taken to reduce the potential for airborne transmission of COVID-19 and the focus of this material is on those measures. The layout and design of a building, as well as occupancy and type of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, can all impact potential airborne spread of the virus. Although improvements to ventilation and air cleaning cannot on their own eliminate the risk of airborne transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, EPA recommends increasing ventilation with outdoor air and air filtration as important components of a larger strategy that includes social distancing, wearing cloth face coverings or masks, surface cleaning and disinfecting, hand washing, and other precautions. By themselves, measures to reduce airborne exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19 are not enough since airborne transmission is not the only way exposure to SARS-CoV-2 could potentially occur.
An ideal disinfectant and sanitizer must be nontoxic to surface contact, noncorrosive, effective in various forms, and relatively inexpensive. HOCl may be the disinfectant of choice for coronaviruses in an office.
No Air Handler Job Too Difficult
INTERNAL AIR HANDLER BACTERIAL CONTROL
Once the air reaches the filters carrying bacteria, the UV/LED lamps will assure that the bacteria is eliminated at the filter which would solve two problems. One: not allowing bacteria to continue within the system Two: ability for the service tech to remove filters that are now sterilized. The combination of increasing the filter Merv rating and evaluating the system’s ability to perform with a higher rated filter will ensure proper air flow over the coil system.
How many microns in size is the COVID-19 virus?
However, it often travels in biological aerosols from coughing and sneezing which range in size from 0.5-3 Micron.
Sharp Cooling Tower Cleaning
Normally we clean Cooling Towers during low ambient conditions in the fall and spring time. As soon as this project was approved, our Team was able to start Cooling Tower Cleaning during the first 2020 heat wave in SoCal. This required precise execution with the Hospital engineering staff and our Technician staff to keep Central Plant Chillers online while we took down three Cooling Towers at a time. The Cooling Towers were extremely dirty and could have caused the Central Plant Chillers to surge and possibly lock out on Condenser Water.
MONDAY-FRIDAY: 7AM - 4PM 11:30pm-12:30pm CLOSED FOR LUNCH (During that hour all calls are answered by a service and delegated to a technician if it's an emergency.)
NEW REMIT TO ADDRESS:
Ram Air Engineering, Inc.
PO Box 7088
Capistrano Beach, CA. 92624
25775 Las Vegas Avenue
Dana Point, CA 92624