Products & Services
Nanoclave Technologies has a programme of innovative product development.
The Nanoclave Cabinet
Announcing the latest advancement in ultraviolet light decontamination technology which directly destroys pathogen DNA, eradicating bacterial and viral contamination in seconds.
Through a ground-breaking, patent protected 360 degree full beam decontamination process the Nanoclave Cabinet disinfects and eradicates problematic bacteria & micro-organisms such as MRSA, C.diff, Legionella, Norovirus and Anthrax as well as moulds and fungi on a broad range of medical equipment and electronic devices. It does so safely and efficiently, in a fraction of the time it takes
using traditional methods and without leaving problematic residues associated with other decon-
taminants, such as chlorine based products.
With the Nanoclave Cabinet nothing gets away. Medical equipment and electronic devices can be disinfected at a fraction of the time and cost.
- Dialysis machines
- ECG (Electrocardiography) machines
- Syringe Pumps
- Infusion Systems
- TENs machines
- Ultrasound Equipment
- Blood Pressure machines/Sphygmomanometers
- TVs & remote controls
- And more...
The Cabinet's design enables it to disinfect medical equipment and electronic devices in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. At the larger end of the scale it is suitable for decontaminating major pieces of hospital equipment. The Cabinet is also mobile for moving between cleaning rooms, laboratories or hospital wards.
- Simple to operate
- Fast effective disinfection - creating major time savings and rapid turnaround
- Disinfection achieved in 60 seconds
- Reliable - 360 degree full beam decontamination - nothing gets away
- Disinfection process more effective than bleach
- Major cost savings compared to other disinfection/decontamination services
- No regular consumables - means a cost-effective solution
- Safe - process takes place at normal room temperature and pressure
- Dry cleaning - means no moisture, high heat, high pressure or chemical residues
- Mobile - for moving between cleaning rooms, laboratories or hospital wards
- Highly robust device with a lifecycle of 20 years+
- As used by a world leading healthcare brand
The Cabinet's powerful UV lamps produce large amounts of UV light both directly onto the subject item and onto the Cabinet's angled mirrored reflectors. These mirrored reflectors ensure that all of this power
is reflected many times and is concentrated onto the object in the centre of the Cabinet; this also ensures that there are no shadows regardless of how complex in shape the subject item may be.
The intensity of the UV light in the Cabinet is such that it will penetrate the cracks, seams and recesses of the device under disinfection. As light will only travel in straight lines the Cabinet's internal mirrored reflectors ensure that what amounts to a Plasma effect is created with light moving in all directions. In this way no micro organism can escape exposure.
The Nanoclave Cabinet will greatly assist you in meeting your Infection Prevention & Control targets. Available for purchase or rental, contact the Nanoclave team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us
on 0207 193 5641 today.
The Nanoclave Tower
Currently in its design stage and slated for release in 2012, the Nanoclave Tower will again utilise unique UVC technology to fully disinfect and decontaminate rooms (or vehicles) within minutes. The room, ward or communal area itself, all equipment and all visible surfaces as well as the air within it will be fully disinfected via the Nanoclave Tower. The Tower has multi-industry use in industries such as healthcare, catering and transport.
Here's the Science: How Ultraviolet Light decontamination works
Ultraviolet light is electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths shorter than visible light. UV can be separated into various ranges, with short range UV (UVC) considered "germicidal UV." At certain wavelengths
UV is mutagenic to bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms. At a wavelength of 254 nanometres ultraviolet light will break the molecular bonds within micro-organismal DNA, rendering them harmless or prohibiting growth and reproduction. It is a process similar to the UV effect of higher wavelengths (UVB) on humans, such as sunburn or sun glare. Micro-organisms have less protection from UV and cannot survive prolonged exposure.
Ultraviolet light irradiation is a clinically proven and validated disinfection method that utilises this short wavelength of UV (UVC) to break down & destroy micro-organisms. It is used in a variety of applications, such as food, air and water purification. In fact, UV has been a known mutagen at the cellular level for more than 100 years. The 1903 Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded to Niels Finsen for his use of UV against tuberculosis.