UV light air purifier destroys coronavirus in food processing facilities

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JenAct is highlighting the ability of its GRU-V® Food UV light air purifier to destroy coronavirus in food manufacturing, processing and packaging facilities.
JenAct’s wall mounted GRU-V food UV light air disinfection purifier system is suitable for use in large food production and processing facilities or where fresh food is storied and handled.  It helps dramatically improve indoor air quality and energy efficiency whilst reducing airborne infection rates, absenteeism and building related illnesses.
The unit uses ultraviolet germicidal radiation to disable airborne microorganisms, and reduce bacteria, moulds and viruses in seconds, with no chemicals. The GRU-V food UV air purifier destroys more than 99.9% of Covid-19, Influenza, MRSA, Tuberculosis and E-coli.
It is designed to achieve optimum circulation of air within a room, with low noise operation. The GRU-V Food accommodates two powerful germicidal UV lamps with a rated lifetime of 8,000 hours (approximately one year of continuous use) suitable for food storage and food production areas, with controlled humidity.
The GRU-V Food UV air purifier is manufactured with a rigid stainless steel construction, supplied with shatterproof UVC lamps, does not produce any ozone, harmful particles or odours.
JenAct’s GRU-V reduces cross contamination and increases product shelf life with no ozone, harmful particles, biocides, odours and chemicals.
It is proven that coronavirus survives longer in cold places. JenAct’s GRUV-V Cool® UV light air disinfection purifier model is designed to clean air in cooler environments such as cold food stores and large refrigeration areas.
Originally established to develop Jenton’s patented microwave UV technology, JenAct is a specialist in short-wave UV systems for germicidal applications in the food, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. The company provides a complete solution for food processing applications as diverse as fish processing and bakeries.

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