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Improve your manual disinfection protocols.
 
ADD OUR Automated
UVC-LED disinfection.

 
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Uncertain about manual disinfection?

 

UVC-LED technology is an automated and cost-efficient answer for pre-cleaned object surfaces.

The recent evolution of UVC LEDs results in impressive disinfection for thermolabile healthcare instruments and food safety.

 

Our automated procedure enables dentists, ophthalmologists, hospitals, ENT specialists, dental laboratories… to save time whilst improving their biological safety.

The ZAPARAY RAY-TWO device:

"What you can't measure, you can't manage"

UVC LED light sources are incredibly bright, yet invisible. Hence the need for a UVC sensor-based control device, which ensures that the correct required UVC radiation dose has been delivered.

 

100% GUARANTEED RADIATION

With the onboard RAY-CONTROL, radiation status can be monitored live, while the touchscreen also provides diagnostic information about the safety systems.

 

ZAPARAY's UVC LED disinfection is used to disinfect ANY non-hollow, non-porous object. Recent biological testing proved a powerful 9 LOG, 99.9999999% bacterial (Staphylococcus aureus) reduction after one cycle of radiation.
 

With the RAY-TWO, validated and automated disinfection becomes available. Reducing the use of aggressive biocides and requiring less labor than manual disinfection procedures.


PIONEERS WITH UVC-LED TECHNOLOGY

UVC-LED radiation at +-270nm is more efficient at reducing pathogens compared to generic UVC light sources, often mercury discharge lamps. The lack of heat allows for disinfecting any plastic object, even with built-in electronics or batteries.
UVC-LED is the most energy-efficient disinfection technology, a typical disinfection cycle requires only 5W. 


 

ZAPARAY provides automated biological safety without mercury, chemicals, or high energy consumption.

Validated and proven.
 

Sustainable disinfection
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Dental Lab De Gelder

Zele, Belgium

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Ghent university labs

Ghent, Belgium

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Dentius group

Tervuren, Belgium

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