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The risks associated with community acquired infections are enormous for both human health and medical costs.

V-PAD utilizes UV-C technology to rapidly and cost effectively deactivate viruses, mold and bacteria that could otherwise threaten people's health. It is designed to be lightweight, portable and easy to store in a durable carrying case.

Destroys 99%+ of bacteria, viruses and mold
on target surfaces - in minutes (see chart)

V-PAD assembles and disassembles easily -
perfect for transportation and deployment to
multiple sites

Four Maximum Ouput UV lamps generate
600 watts of power

• Designed with infrared motion sensors to
protect personnel
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Uses and Applications

Hospital Critical Rooms
Nursing Homes
Outpatient Surgery Centers
Patient and Waiting Rooms
Schools - Classrooms, Locker Rooms
Detention Centers
Food Preparation and Processing Areas
Veterinary Clinics and Kennels
Hotel Rooms

Target Dose Chart to Deactivate Germs

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The application of UV-C energy to deactivate microorganisms is known as Germicidal Irradiation or UVGI. Artificial UV-C energy is produced in
germicidal ultraviolet lamps which produce UV radiation by ionizing low pressure mercury vapor.

These lamps are similar to typical fluorescent household lighting fixtures, but do not have the phosphorescent coating which imparts the soft
white light. Ionized mercury emits a predominately discrete wavelength of 254nm - in the UV-C band which is an ideal wavelength for destroying the DNA of single cell organisms.

Key Design Features

• Four maximum output extended length UV-C lamps with combined output of 600 watts

• Digital timer/counter to set disinfection cycle times of up to 99 hours

• Four infrared motion sensors to automatically shut off device if someone enters the
room during the disinfection cycle

• Metal reflectors to protect lamp and better distribute UV energy

• Four wheels for ease of movement and stability, two wheels have a locking feature

• Tri-color LED indicates status of operation

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