Osram AirZing PRO 5030 UNIV UV-C Fixture

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This special AirZing PRO 5030 UNIV Fixture is powered by an Osram germicidal Purtec HNS 30W lamp, which emits high intensity ultraviolet UV-C radiation with a wavelength of 253.7nm. This radiation produced by by the AirZing PRO 5030 UNIV is used to disinfect air and surfaces. Proven technology shows
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This special AirZing PRO 5030 UNIV Fixture is powered by an Osram germicidal Purtec HNS 30W lamp, which emits high intensity ultraviolet UV-C radiation with a wavelength of 253.7nm. This radiation produced by by the AirZing PRO 5030 UNIV is used to disinfect air and surfaces. Proven technology shows that UV-C lamps destroy up to 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.

  • Simple and effective, high performance fixture
  • Cost effective
  • Easy to install
  • Generates 253.7nm UV-C light for highly effective disinfection
  • Proven technology destroys 99.9% of harmful microorganisms
  • 30-Second delay start to enhance operational safety
  • Safety shutoff feature using IR motion sensor technology
  • Ozone-free emissions
  • 360° coverage area
  • 3-year warranty by Osram
Claims For warranty service claims, please visit: www.osram.us/warranty, select Entertainment & Industry Warranties, under Online Warranty Claim Forms select the AirZing category, and complete and submit the online form. If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact the OSRAM National Customer Service & Sales Center:
Phone number: (888) 677-2627
Email: PIACustSrv@osram.com www.osram.us/warranty

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Frequently Asked Questions
  1.  What is UV-C? 
    UV-C is a part of the non-visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, with wavelengths between 200- 280nm, and is part of the complete UV spectrum that is defined into distinct categories, including UV-A (320-400nm), UV-B (280-320nm), UV-C (200-280nm) and V-UV (100-200nm). Ultraviolet radiation is emitted by the sun, but UV-C is completely absorbed within the ozone layer and is not part of the sun’s energy that reaches the Earth’s surface. UV-C radiation is created using artificial light sources, with the first UV-C light source being introduced to the world 200 years ago.

    The effectiveness of UV-C germicidal lamps (that emit radiation at 253.7nm) to combat viruses and bacteria has been studied over many years and gained greater market acceptance, particularly in water purification applications. More recently, there has also been broader use of UV-C germicidal lamps in hospitals and other public spaces for air and surface disinfection to combat Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) and to reduce the need for harsh chemicals.

  2. How does UV-C work against viruses and bacteria? 
    The germicidal effects of UV-C have been studied for many years. The cell nucleus of microorganisms (bacteria and viruses) contains thymine, a chemical element of the DNA / RNA. This element absorbs UV-C at a specific wavelength of 253.7 nm and changes to such an extent (formation of thymine dimers) that the cell is no longer capable of multiplying and surviving. • UV-C (253.7nm) penetrates the cell wall of the microorganism • The high energy photons of the UV-C are absorbed by the cell proteins and DNA / RNA • UV-C damages the protein structure causing metabolic disruption • DNA/RNA is chemically altered so organisms can no longer replicate • Because microorganisms are now unable to metabolize and replicate, the UV-C light has effectively and safely disinfected the UV-C workspace. Credit to Author: Sponk. File: Difference DNA RNA-EN.svg Published under licenses under Creative Commons AttributionShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0). Description: Comparison of a single strand of RNA with a double helix of DNA with its corresponding nitrogenous bases. AirZing PRO 5030 UNIV FAQs 2 October 20, 2020

  3. Will the AirZingTM kill SARS-CoV-2? 
    Every day the world learns more and more about the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the COVID-19 disease that it causes, and studies related to UV-C and the novel coronavirus are actively being sought by scientists and industry experts. Industry information on UV-C and its effectiveness against viruses and bacteria can be found on websites for the IUVA (International Ultraviolet Association) and the IES (Illuminating Engineering Society). The AirZing PRO fixture is equipped with an OSRAM PURITEC® HNS® lamp that emits shortwave UV-C radiation at a 253.7nm wavelength. Industry studies over many years have shown that UV-C at this wavelength is effective in deactivating viruses. According to information provided by the IUVA Fact Sheet, this includes coronaviruses like SARS-CoV-1 and MERs. Recent university studies, like the one conducted by the University of Milan, have shown that UV-C is also effective directly against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. All bacteria and viruses have their own susceptibility to UV-C, with defined UV Dose guidance provided by scientific sources. Industry experts are still working to define and publish the UV Dose required to reach 99% deactivation of SARS-CoV-2, so this is still a work in progress.

  4. How large of a room can I disinfect using the AirZing PRO 5030 UNIV?
    Based on testing, one AirZing fixture can deactivate 99% of microorganisms in a room that is approximately 2,000 ft3 in 60 minutes. Using multiple fixtures in a space this size can allow for shorter exposure times. For example, with 2 fixtures this exposure time can be reduced to 30 minutes. For a room with both high ceilings and a large square footage, where the exposure times would need to be greater than 60 minutes, the AirZing fixture would not be recommended for that space. As you can imagine, just like with visible light, the further the light travels from the source, the less light energy it will have. For UV-C the amount of light energy or “irradiance” at a distance and the exposure time are the 2 key components in calculating the UV dose being delivered. 
Wattage 34W
Voltage 120V