The disinfection module can with advantage be used with Jimco´s UV-C air sterilization solutions that are typically installed in connection with existing ventilation systems. In this way, the customer will have a total solution, which cleans the air in the production rooms during working hours – and disinfects all surfaces after closing time, when the daily cleaning of machines and surfaces is complete and there are no longer any people in the room.
The start-up can take place automatically via a foregoing programming, e.g. when a given process is ended, or manually by pressing a button when the last person leaves the room. Besides production rooms, the solution can with great advantage be applied in i.a. cooling and storage rooms, laboratories as well as in the health sector for the disinfection of bed units, etc.
In most environments, the system will provide savings on manpower, water, and heat in amounts that are so high that the repayment period will only last approximately one year.
Very positive results – of tests as well as practical use
Prior to the introduction of our solutions for UV-C & Ozone-based disinfection, we have for some time conducted full-scale tests in various companies in co-operation with DTU (Technical University of Denmark) and The National Institute for Aquatic Resources. The results were very positive.
Furthermore, various tests carried out in co-operation with The South Danish university have shown that concentrations of for instance listeria and salmonella bacteria can be almost completely removed by means of our technology and within only one hour a day.
Hygiene that is on a level with or better than traditional disinfection
At the fish factory Vega Salmon A/S, in Esbjerg DK, JIMCO's system for UV-C & Ozone-based disinfection has been installed in the production. Tests from the factory show that the total bacterial concentration after a UV-C & Ozone-based disinfection is better/lower than after a traditional disinfection. At the same time, the concentration of fungal spores is reduced.
This goes to prove that saving tons of water and chemicals has no hygienic consequences.