UV-C LED Boxer Medical Disinfector
The new UV-C LED BOXER is a smaller, lighter, portable cabinet powered by next-generation UV-C LEDs that destroy germs, bacteria, micro-organisms, and viruses such as SARS and COVID-19 in just 5 minutes.
Less than half the size and weight of the original UV-C BOXER, Cartoni custom-designed with HPRC a robust fireproof & waterproof case equipped with the same germicidal UV-C technology certified to disinfect.
* Pathogen kill rate – In independent lab tests, the UV-C LED Boxer was shown to have a 99.997% success rate in neutralizing resistant bacteria and viruses. The UV-C LED Boxer was tested with both flat surfaces and cameras, proving effective at neutralizing micro-organisms on hard to reach areas such as the handle and viewfinder of a camera.
* Limited chemical exposure – UV-C LED can disinfect bulk items and works in place of potentially harmful chemicals. Studies have shown that environmental transmission of germs and viruses can be an unwanted source of illness. Equipped with 42 medical-grade UV-C LED (275nm), the new Cartoni UV-C LED BOXER leverages the power of germicidal UV to safely sanitize the surface of equipment without emitting moisture, gas, or powders. If used properly, UV-C irradiation does not affect optical lens coating, electronic circuits & boards, lubricants, rubber, or composites in cameras, lenses, monitors, filters, microphones, etc. In addition, no Ozone is released during irradiation.
Availability: In stock
|Dimensions:||32×22.8×19 in (81x58x48cm)|
|Weight:||55 lbs (25 kg)|
|Internal chamber:||23.6x13x 18 in (60x33x46cm)|
|A/C Input:||110/220 volts, battery or power bank|
|D/C Input:||24 volts|
|Cycle:||5 minutes with timer|
|Chamber & rack:||42 UV-C LED lamps at 275 nm, distributed in 6 modules, walling in polished aluminum mirror coating for optimal reflection in all directions|
|Irradiation:||360° UV-C wavelength covering all surfaces, including rack base|
|Certifications:||CE EN61326 Electromagnetic – EN61010 -1 Electrical safety. Certified to disinfect by Microchem Laboratories (United States), University of Siena (Italy)|