YANEX is a mobile, pulsed xenon-based UV system designed to fight Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) in hospitals and clinics. Providing a fast and efficient solution, Yanex disinfects air and surfaces in operating rooms and patient rooms by exposing them to bright light UV-C pulses which have a powerful destructive effect on microorganisms.
How does it work?
Ultraviolet irradiation is comprised of three spectra: UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. UV-A and
UV-B are common but UV-C does not penetrate Earth’s atmosphere and microorganisms have no natural protection against it. YANEX pulses high-intensity light that penetrates cell walls, damages the DNA of, and inactivates bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms. The system has been tested and has demonstrated its efficacy on
a wide range of microorganisms.¹
UV irradiation has been used for disinfection purposes since the mid-20th century. YANEX’s pulsed xenon light bulb technology is an innovative breakthrough with
its broader spectrum and higher intensity of light than traditional UV disinfection devices.
Installation and Operation
YANEX is easy to install, move and operate. Simply enter the size of the room and
the level of disinfection you want to achieve and begin the cycle. The system automatically calculates the UV-C dose required and performs the appropriate level of UV irradiation to disinfect the room. This innovative feature significantly increases
the quality and reliability of the decontamination.
- Easy-to-use control panel
- Automatic calculation of the UV dose required based on the room size and required bactericidal efficacy
- Safety lock with keys to restrict the access to the unit
- Door safety interlock to ensure nobody enters the room while the system is running
- Remote control to operate the machine from outside the room
- Green technology; absence of mercury in pulsed xenon lamps and anti ozone protection ensure environmental friendliness
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¹ G.N. GABRICHEVSKY MOSCOW RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY Test Report May 2012. INSTITUTE OF MEDICO-BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS Test Reports 2003-2005.