The Halton Sentinel Wall Unit is suited where a permanent installation is impractical and can be moved to any area requiring Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation.
The volume of the space guides the air changes per hour, while the units are designed to be operated continuously to filter airborne pathogens. Multiple units can be added to spaces and provide additional filtration.
1Based on measured UV dosage and reported deactivation rate for Corona-type virus k = 0.0038 cm2/µJ)
2Per ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2019
3Based on the Wells-Riley risk model associated with the airborne transmission of respiratory diseases
Provide a Halton Sentinel Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation filter unit. The unit exterior shall be constructed of stainless steel and provided with 29% open perforated expanded metal.
The interior of the unit shall be constructed of aluminized steel for corrosion protection. The unit will come complete with disposable MERV 13 filters.
The unit shall be equipped with 2 UVGI tubes rated at 13,000 hours and 254nm. UV-C bulbs outside of the 254nm range or producing ozone are expressly prohibited.
The unit requires a 120/1 outlet, 15 amp circuit. The unit is built to UL standards.
The weight of each UVGI-SA-W unit is 121lbs (55kg)
Testing was conducted at LMS Technologies to determine the single-pass removal efficiency and microbial properties of the Halton Mobile unit when exposed to surrogate pathogens Serratia marcescens and MS-2 bacteriophage. This data was compared to previous models completed by the Foodservice Research team
Testing was conducted at 975 CFM which aligns with the recommended operating point. The device contained two UV lamps and a series of MERV 13 filters to remove pathogens.
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