In a recent press release published by the Finavia pilots, they have announced the launch of a new ultra violet (UV) disinfection procedure that is used on the inner surfaces of security control trays. This is one of the many new safety devices that are being developed and manufactured by the company. This means that those who work in a variety of fields now will not only be safer but more efficient in their day-to-day tasks.
The new disinfection method utilizes Finavia’s new UV-activated UV-DETECTORIC (UV-DETECTIVE) technology. The name is derived from UV-DETECTORIC, which is a UV-activated process in which light energy is used to destroy foreign or infectious microorganisms.
In this process, a UVC light is used that is produced by an ultraviolet fluorescent lamp. This light will destroy foreign objects or bacteria that has been exposed to high levels of UV light. This can be used to disinfect control trays in any area where there may be a need for a highly sterile, clean environment that is safe for handling hazardous materials.
In this type of disinfection system, only the control tray is affected and there is no risk of cross-contamination with other devices such as safety glasses, gloves, and masks. In addition, this process is extremely economical because it does not need to use ozone gas or other hazardous chemical solvents.
What is important to note is that while this type of UV disinfection is being used, the interior of the device must be carefully cleaned with a germicidal detergent. In other words, this type of sterilization is not meant to be used on equipment that will be used in the field.
Another important thing to note is that this type of UV disinfection will kill many different microorganisms without having to use ozone or any other hazardous chemicals. Therefore, it means that the materials that are being disinfected will be safe to handle.
The new disinfection process is called “When the UV light is applied to the materials that are to be disinfected, they will emit a very high quantity of UVB light. and this will kill most of the microorganisms in the sample. The amount of radiation is usually adjusted to suit the need of the company and is typically around 500 milliWatts.
After the sample has been disinfected, it is placed in an ozone chamber, which is designed to provide a protective atmosphere between the sample and the UVB lamp. As long as the UVB lamp is turned on, this will ensure the proper amount of exposure to UVB light in order to kill any harmful microorganisms. There are typically three to six chambers in this type of disinfection system and this is normally located above the main control area.
While it is a very effective and cost effective method of disinfection for security controls, it does have some drawbacks as well. The most notable drawback is the fact that it requires a high level of skill to operate.
For one thing, the UVB lamp must be on, which requires skilled operators who are knowledgeable about the procedures and equipment that is used to operate this type of lighting. Another issue is that this method will not work for all types of materials since some materials, such as plastics, do not react well to UV radiation.
Another disadvantage of this type of sterilization system is that it cannot be used on all materials or all types of equipment in the industry. However, it is often cheaper and less complicated than other methods, which means that it can be used on many areas of the organization.
In the end, this is one of the latest methods of UV disinfection that can provide a safe and effective method of cleaning and disinfecting control trays and other types of equipment that need to be sterile. These materials can be placed in the field where other forms of disinfection are required, which saves money and time.