The Torch

The Torch is an inexpensive, easily transportable, powerful disinfection system designed for use in any healthcare, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, laboratory, or research setting. It is used to provide a rapid and highly effective method to disinfect surfaces, components, room surfaces and common touch points to reduce the transfer of dangerous organisms. It also offers a way to disinfect components without removing them from the room, which helps minimize the chance for cross-contamination.

The Torch contains eight high powered UVC lamps to provide quick disinfection times. It simply plugs into any standard wall outlet. Each Torch tower produces an efficient UVC output of 12 mJ/minute (200 μw/cm2) to get a calculated 99% reduction of MRSA in 10 seconds and Clostridium difficile spores in 5 minutes. A recent study shows that traditional UV systems such as the Torch provide similar results as expensive Pulsed Xenon Ultraviolet Light Systems. Click here to read the full study

The Torch system is designed to be so economical that multiple units are affordable enough to place into a room at the same time to eliminate shadow areas and maximize coverage for the most thorough disinfection process.

Read about the article from the American Journal of Infection Control regarding The Torch being used to combat the Ebola virus at the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit by clicking here.

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Features:

High UV Output:

The Torch outputs UV-C light at 200 μw/cm2 to provide rapid disinfection

Low Power Consumption:

The Torch can be plugged into any standard 115 VAC outlet.

Optional Sensing Module:

An optional sensing module can keep track of your total cycle dosage.

Specs:

Dimensions: 68” H x 23” D x 23” W (1727mm H x 584mm D x 584mm W)

Power: 110-240 VAC, 6 Amps, 50/60 HZ

Weight: 71 lbs (32 kg)

  • Lamps are rated 16,000 hours.
  • Lamp type: 4-pin, low pressure, UVC Germicidal, low ozone
  • Lamp quantity:  8
  • Power cable: 15 feet, hospital grade
  • Produces an intensity of approximately 200 µw/cm2 at 10 feet distance for a dosage of 12 mJ/minute


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