Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by disrupting their DNA. This leaves them unable to perform vital cellular functions. The result is that they can no longer multiply.
UV-C is being deployed on a large scale around the globe to fight the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
The COBstr Box
State-of-the-art COB LED technology
To achieve the highest possible form of disinfection with UV-C, we use special UV-C LED modules (COB). These modules are produced by the developers of COB, a leading technology in the LED industry. We also use the high-quality aluminium plate material. The COBstr Box is available with two, four, or five UV-C LED modules (COB).These modules are manufactured by the developers of COB technology . We also use the highest quality aluminium plate material. The COBstr Box is available with two, four or five LED modules.
For the COBstr Box we designed a unique suspension system. As a result, shadow inside the box is limited to a minimum (where there is shadow, no disinfection takes place).
The COBstr Box is available with one or two doors. The model with two doors is an ideal solution for counters. A visitor or client hangs the product in the box on one side while a clerk or employee removes the disinfected item on the other.
Is UV-C safe?
UV-C light can be harmful to the skin and eyes. The COBstr Box has various built-in safety controls to prevent UV-C lighting from escaping the device.