The PHS system combines the effect of ultraviolet radiation with that of ozone diffusion.
Low-pressure UV-C devices with a ‘germicidal’ function use UV-C light to achieve rapid sterilization of bacteria, molds, fungi, viruses and microorganisms in both air and water.
Ozone, generated automatically by the lamps, without the use of any generator, acts as a strong oxidant which, by reacting with a multitude of organic compounds, disinfects air and water.
At the end of the disinfection process, an additional system removes residual ozone from the environment and restores it to natural levels.
To optimize efficiency, PHS robots use built-in sensors to analyze and map the surrounding environment and calculate the optimum duration of each disinfection cycle.
They also have a built-in automatic motion detection system and stop immediately if they encounter people, animals or any object.
PHS robots have a touch screen, with a user-friendly interface, which guides the operator making the use of the device quick and easy.
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) recommends ultraviolet germicidal irradiation as a strategy to tackle COVID-19 disease transmission, as Sars-CoV-2 has been found to be highly sensitive to UV-activated disinfection.
It is important to underline that UV-C disinfection does not replace traditional cleaning, but complements it: it is always necessary to carry out a treatment in a previously cleaned environment, as disinfection does not act on the dirt, but on the pathogens on the surfaces.
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combined action with ozone
automatic people detection
automatic report generation
programmable delayed start
no chemical products
remote management with smartphone