FirstResponder® Spider UV-C Sterilizer – First-Responder-Technologies
FirstResponder® Spider UV-C Sterilizer
FirstResponder® Spider UV-C Sterilizer
FirstResponder® Spider UV-C Sterilizer

FirstResponder® Spider UV-C Sterilizer

Regular price $3,495.00 Sale

The FirstResponder SpiderTM UV-C Portable Sterilizer is the latest device from Genlantis to address the need for vehicle or small space sterilization by Dimer Inducing Germicidal UV-C.  This device contains 4 fold-out arms with 2 germicidal rods each, for a total of 8 dimer inducing germicidal UV-C rods that deliver maximum wattage and range.  This unit outputs germicidal rays in the strongest pathogen killing spectrum. The doped fused quartz glass rods of the FirstResponder Spider output in the 254 nm radiation range (which produces negligible ozone levels) but blocks the 185 nm wavelength (which produce higher ozone levels). Perfect for quick decontamination of ambulances, rental cars, police vehicles, food processing areas , doctor/dental offices or any places where quick and powerful sterilization is needed fast. 


How to Use:

 

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Organisms: Ultraviolet radiation (UV dose)
in μWs/cm2 needed for killfactor
Log Kill Rate Time at 6"

in Seconds
Bacteria:

90%

(1 log reduction)

99%

(2 log reduction)
Bacillus anthracis - Anthrax 4,520 8,700 6
Bacillus anthracis spores - Anthrax spores 24,320 46,200 33
Bacillus magaterium sp. (veg.) 1,300 2,500 2
Bacillus paratyphusus 3,200 6,100 4
Bacillus subtilis spores 11,600 22,000 16
Bacillus subtilis 5,800 11,000 8
Clostridium tetani 13,000 22,000 18
Corynebacterium diphtheriae 3,370 6,510 5
Ebertelia typhosa 2,140 4,100 3
Escherichia coli 3,000 6,600 4
Leptospiracanicola - infectious Jaundice 3,150 6,000 4
Microccocus candidus 6,050 12,300 8
Microccocus sphaeroides 1,000 15,400 1
Mycobacterium tuberculosis 6,200 10,000 8
Neisseria catarrhalis 4,400 8,500 6
Phytomonas tumefaciens 4,400 8,000 6
Proteus vulgaris 3,000 6,600 4
Pseudomonas aeruginosa 5,500 10,500 7
Pseudomonas fluorescens 3,500 6,600 5
Salmonella enteritidis 4,000 7,600 5
Salmonela paratyphi - Enteric fever 3,200 6,100 4
Salmonella typhosa - Typhoid fever 2,150 4,100 3
Salmonella typhimurium 8,000 15,200 11
Sarcina lutea 19,700 26,400 27
Serratia marcescens 2,420 6,160 3
Shigella dyseteriae - Dysentery 2,200 4,200 3
Shigella flexneri - Dysentery 1,700 3,400 2
Shigella paradysenteriae 1,680 3,400 2
Spirillum rubrum 4,400 6,160 6
Staphylococcus albus 1,840 5,720 3
Staphylococcus aureus MRSA 2,600 6,600 4
Staphylococcus hemolyticus 2,160 5,500 3
Staphylococcus lactis 6,150 8,800 8
Streptococcus viridans 2,000 3,800 3
Vibrio comma - Cholera 3,375 6,500 5
Molds
90%
99%
0
Aspergillius flavus 60,000 99,000 82
Aspergillius glaucus 44,000 88,000 60
Aspergillius niger 132,000 330,000 180
Mucor racemosus A 17,000 35,200 23
Mucor racemosus B 17,000 35,200 23
Oospora lactis 5,000 11,000 7
Penicillium expansum 13,000 22,000 18
Penicillium roqueforti 13,000 26,400 18
Penicillium digitatum 44,000 88,000 60
Rhisopus nigricans 111,000 220,000 151
Protozoa
90%
99%
0
Chlorella Vulgaris 13,000 22,000 18
Nematode Eggs 45,000 92,000 61
Paramecium 11,000 20,000 15
Virus
90%
99%
0
Bacteriopfage - E. Coli 2,600 6,600 4
Infectious Hepatitis 5,800 8,000 8
Influenza - Coronavirus 3,400 6,600 5
Poliovirus - Poliomyelitis 3,150 6,600 4
Tobacco mosaic 240,000 440,000 327
Yeast
90%
99%
0
Brewers yeast 3,300 6,600 4
Common yeast cake 6,000 13,200 8
Saccharomyces carevisiae 6,000 13,200 8
Saccharomyces ellipsoideus 6,000 13,200 8
Saccharomyces spores 8,000 17,600 11