Ultraviolet ceiling mount room air sanitizer
Sanitaire room air sanitizers
are germicidal ultraviolet fixtures that effectively destroy
airborne microbes including bacteria, mold and virus in
They can also be utilized to protect personnel, clients and
patients from infection due to airborne microbes, particularly
in crowded or poorly ventilated areas, and
in situations where the risk of cross infection is high.
Sanitaire room air sanitizers are the solution in healthcare facilities where
communicable respiratory diseases are present and for air
disinfection in offices, food processing facilities,
pharmaceutical manufacturing, dairy plants, bakeries,
methadone clinics, clean rooms, homeless shelters, prisons and
Sanitaire Room Air Sanitizers utilize STER-L-RAY™
germicidal lamps which are completely enclosed within a
stainless steel exposure chamber and are safe for use in every
Lamps Genuine STER-L-RAY™
Ultraviolet Germicidal Lamps provide the utmost in quality,
sustained high output and long life.
Lampholders are spring loaded telescopic type that facilitate
lamp change that is quick and hassle-free.
Interlock Safety Switch The interlock safety switch is a
standard feature that disconnects power to the unit when the
access panel is removed for lamp or filter replacement.
Polished Reflector Interior chamber is polished providing
a highly reflective surface to maximize ultraviolet intensity
within the chamber.
Elapsed Time Indicator Realtime, non-resettable display of
accumulated operating hours.
Louvered Exhaust Panel Protects the room’s occupants
from ultraviolet exposure by restricting ultraviolet radiation
from passing into the room.
Lamp Operation Indicators Provide positive indication of
germicidal lamp operation.
Stainless Steel Construction The chamber is Type 304
stainless steel for an attractive finish, unparalleled
strength and durability.
Inexpensive, disposable cardboard constructed filters used
when frequent filter changes are necessary.
Differential air pressure gauge
Used to measure filter resistance by measuring the pressure
differential between outside (the fixture) air and
pressure in the blower compartment.