Are You Getting The Correct Dose On Your PPE?

If you are using a UVC light-based disinfection system you are probably scrambling to deploy tools to combat the COVID-19 outbreak.

Increasingly hospitals and medical facilities are looking to disinfect their personal protective equipment (PPE) using UV light. Verifying the intensity of the light reaching the PPE is a critical step in validating that the correct UV dose is being applied to ensure proper decontamination.

To better assist you in your fight against COVID-19 and other infectious diseases, ILT has configured and calibrated systems especially for measuring light sources found in common UV germicidal and disinfection systems. Each of these meters comes complete with a calibrated detector, ISO17025 accredited and NIST traceable calibration certificate, and a rugged carrying case. Detectors are attached to cables ranging from 3' to 7' in length, allowing for remote measurements. Simply turn the meter on and start measuring!

Find out more about our range of complete configured UV-C measurement systems here.

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