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HIGH-LEVEL DISINFECTION
FOR HEAT SENSITIVE INSTRUMENTS

REDUCES >99,9999 % OF MICRO-ORGANISMS incl VIRUSES & BACTERIA

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WHAT IF MANUAL DISINFECTION BECAME...

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Automate your
manual disinfection proTOCOL

 

Leverage the efficiency of UVC-LED technology, an automated and cost-effective solution for disinfecting surfaces of

pre-cleaned objects. The latest breakthroughs in UV-C LEDs guarantee impressive disinfection results, especially for

thermolabile healthcare instruments and upholding food safety standards.

Experience streamlined processes with UV-C-LED disinfection, reducing labor demands for a more efficient operation. Additionally, witness a swift return on investment, typically achieved within the initial twelve months of implementation. Enhance your disinfection protocols with our validated UV-C-LED technology today.

100% GUARANTEED DISINFECTION RADIATION

Our patented RAY-CONTROL technology monitors the radiation dose in real time, and the touchscreen displays diagnostic information about CE-marked safety systems.

 

The UV-C-LED disinfection technology of ZAPARAY can be used to disinfect any non-hollow and non-porous object.
Laboratory testing has confirmed that one cycle of radiation results in a 9 LOG10 reduction, which amounts to a 99.9999999% reduction of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus).

 

The RAY-TWO device enables validated and automated disinfection at room temperature.
 

No organism based on DNA can withstand our UVC wavelength, making it a truly sustainable disinfection technology due to the lack of harmful biocides and the absence of mercury lamps.


PIONEERS WITH UV-C-LED TECHNOLOGY

 

UV-C-LED radiation with a wavelength of +-270nm is more effective in reducing pathogens compared to traditional UVC light sources, such as mercury discharge lamps. It can disinfect any plastic object, including those with built-in electronics or batteries, without generating heat.

 

UV-C-LED technology is also the most energy-efficient form of disinfection, with a typical disinfection cycle consuming only 5 watts of power.


 

ZAPARAY provides automated biological safety.
 

APPLICATIONS

Users

References

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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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