UV-C light can kill coronaviruses including SARS-Cov-2, with some researchers now working on solutions to keep consumers safe from UV-C radiation's harmful effects.
The product is a phosphodiesterase (PDE) — a nuclease — that speeds up reactions and can specifically target the organic matter commonly found in medical-type soils.
Osram's UV-C HNS lamps work at a wavelength of 253.7 nm and are claimed to obliterate viruses and bacteria with a reliability of 99.9%, including coronavirus.
HEMCO's Safety Station is a multipurpose drench shower, eye/face wash and safety supply storage cabinet all in one.
Miele Professional's PG 8583 laboratory washer is able to fit under a bench in a 600 x 600 x 835 mm (w x d x h) space. Its laser-welded, crevice-free chamber facilitates easy surface cleaning, while spray pressure and spray arm monitoring helps avoid poor cleaning results.
The UV-C disinfection technology emits UV-C energy to kill coronaviruses, influenza, staph, fungus, mould and bacteria, plus a multitude of other drug-resistant organisms.
Additive manufacturer SPEE3D has developed a fast and effective way to 3D print antimicrobial copper that 'contact kills' SARS-CoV-2 onto metal surfaces.
Air Science's UV-Box is a high-efficiency chamber designed to safely decontaminate contents while providing a safe work environment for the operator.
UV Solutionz High Energy Germicidal UVC Germicidal Technology is used for many applications, including killing airborne and surface pathogens such as coronavirus (COVID-19), other viruses, bacteria and moulds that live, replicate and move through the building via a building forced-air HVAC system.
WPI has introduced a series of Micro Fine Mesh Baskets that are suitable for washing or sterilising small parts.
BioSafety provides biological and chemical decontamination equipment and services for routine or single-time events.
An antimicrobial coating made of precious metals has reduced growth of bacteria on contamination-prone surfaces inside the International Space Station.
Researchers have found a new way to completely peel off slimy bacterial biofilms.
Using electrochemical activation (ECA) technology, the Klarion system produces powerful cleaning and sanitising solutions that are said to be safer than traditional chemicals.
Fresche Bioscience has signed an agreement to support manufacture of Stayzon's range of antimicrobial coatings and ancillary treatments.