Australian made OXIRA XN model is ideal for places where there is a need to remove odours as well as killing viruses, germs and moulds
Garbage rooms, public toilets, linen & laundry rooms, factories, food processing areas, godowns, yacht/boat living area and machine room
|Wavelength of UV||185nm|
|UV Intensity @ 1m||36uW/cm2|
|Lamp Lifespan||15,000 hours|
|UV Reflector Coating||NO|
|Control System||OXIRA XDrive6|
|UV Arc Length||132mm|
|Unit Power||12Vdc@18W max|
|Fan Noise Level||27 dBa|
|Unit Dimensions||360mm (L)x46mm(W)x41(H)|
|Recommended UV tube replacement:||12 months (or 10,000 hours)|
The units can be placed on a table, wall or ceiling mounted. Optional accessories are: protective case, wall mount kit, ceiling brackets, table stand.
Where do you place OXIRA units in a room or indoor area?
- It should not be placed near flammables, e.g. curtains, piles of paper, etc. You may place the unit in an unreachable corner, or under a desk as long as it’s uncluttered. However, many doctors, consultants and other professionals choose to put them on the desk so that virus and bacteria can be caught and eliminated at the earliest possible stage. Shelves and centre of meeting room tables are also clients’ favourite spots.
- The air inlet and outlet should not be obstructed for best efficiency. If the location you choose to put the unit has a substantial risk of damaging the unit, you may choose to use our specially designed protective case.
- Wall and ceiling brackets are also available. For wall or ceiling mounting, there are different factors in a room that govern where the position should be. Ideally it should be in a position where the treated clean air is not pushed out the window and wasted. It should be in a safe place, and away from reach of children. And finally it should be in a position where it is most pleasing to be seen.
Each unit can cover up to approximately
- 650 sqft for general healthcare facilities, office premises and homes;
- 390 sqft for general public indoor areas, restaurants and catering premises
Generally, any area larger than this may require more than one unit. Some factors to consider are:
- how many people are in the room
- the characteristics of the ambient air
- whether air circulation in the room is good
- whether there are fresh air coming into the room
- how many people enter and leave the room from time to time