Air Circulation I Air Temp.Control I Air Conditioning I Air Disinfection
There is a complete package of modern & innovative solutions addressing the need of temp. control with highly engineered processes. (1) Create fresh air by industrial air coolers (2) Circulate air by High Volume Low Speed Fan (3) Hot Air Elimination by Exhaust fans.
Germicidal UV is highly effective at getting rid of germs like viruses and bacteria. Germicidal UV, or UV-C, is already used to disinfect air, surfaces, and water. When products are used correctly, the International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA) believes UV light can inactivate COVID-19 because other coronaviruses respond to UV.
BLDC - How it works & saves energy ?
A BLDC fan takes in AC voltage and internally converts it into DC using SMPS. BLDC uses a combination of Permanent Magnets and Electronics to achieve the kind of efficiency and performance it delivers.
In a BLDC motor, as there are no brushes so the commutation is done by the driving algorithm in the Electronics. Hence no wear and tear of brushes making the motor more rugged for long-term use.
One added advantage in a BLDC fans due to use of an electronic circuit is that you can add several additional features to increase convenience, few example of the same are sleep mode, timer mode also it is compatible with Home automation systems.
Compared to regular induction fan, a BLDC fan can save enormously upto Rs 1000-1500/ Year/fan. And because there is no heating of the motor, the life of a BLDC fan is also expected to be much higher than ordinary fans.
HVLS - How it works ?
HVLS fans work on the principle that cool moving air breaks up the moisture-saturated boundary layer surrounding the body and accelerates evaporation to produce a cooling effect.
HVLS fans produce a column of air as they turn. This column of air moves down and out along the floor.
A column of air moves down
Air moves out from the center along the floor creating a draft .
Column rises up along the side walls or air draft from another HVLS fan .
Air is re directed towards the HVLS fan
UV-C - How it works ?
Ultra-Violet (UV) light is invisible to the human eye and is divided into UV-A, UV-B and UV-C.
UV-C is found within 100-280 nm range. In the graph can be seen that germicidal action is maximized at 265 nm with reductions on either side. Philips Low pressure UV-C lamps have their main emission at 254 nm where the action on DNA is 85% of the peak value and 80% on the IES curve. As a result, our germicidal lamps are extremely effective in breaking down the DNA of micro-organisms. This means that they cannot replicate and cause disease.
Micro-organisms effective resistance to UV light varies considerably. Moreover, the environment of the particular micro-organism greatly influences the radiation dose needed for its destruction.
• UV-C radiation can break the DNA and RNA of bacteria,viruses and spores, meaning that they leave themharmless. There are no known micro-organisms resistant to UVC.1
• UV-C technology has been used safely and effectively in hospitals and governmental buildings for more than 40 years
• Most UV-C solutions utilize conventional lighting, with LED now improving in efficiency
• The peak output of our germicidal lamps (253.7nm) is close (80-85%) to the maximum effectiveness of UV-C (265nm)
• Smaller UV-C wavelengths (222nm) are being explored as less harmful alternatives