Personal UVC Exposure Indicators

Color-changing dosimeters reveal STOP at 6 mJ/cm² to indicate the daily Threshold Limit Value® of UV-C exposure

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Helping you SEE if you’ve exceeded the daily limit of UV-C exposure

Intellego Technologies is proud to introduce its latest innovation in colorimetric UV indicator technology. The Personal UVC Exposure Indicator is designed for individuals who are working with or in close proximity to UV-C equipment. The yellow indicator will change color when exposed to an accumulated dose of UV-C (254 nm), revealing the word STOP when 6 mJ/cm² of irradiation has been reached.

According to the American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) for UV-C is 6 mJ/cm², as indicated in the Documentation of the Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indices, 8th Edition, Copyright 2020.

    Personal UVC Exposure Indicator

    • Available in 1″ octagon adhesive stickers (badge not included)
    • 100 units per package
    • Designed for daily, single-use only
    • Intended for indoor use only

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      Indicator changes color to reveal the word STOP when exposed to an accumulated dose of UV-C (254 nm) of 6 mJ/cm² which is the Threshold Limit Value® for safe occupational exposure

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      Personal UVC Exposure Indicators feature an adhesive backing and can be placed on an ID badge, uniform garment or Protective Personal Equipment (PPE)

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      This product is intended for indoor-use only by individuals who are working in proximity to UV-C devices emitting 254 nm

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      Ideal for workers in HVAC, Retail, Transportation, Healthcare, Commercial Disinfection Services and more

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      Designed for single, daily use

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      Do not use outdoors and do not expose to direct sunlight

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      Discard after each use. Do not reuse.

      Disclaimer

      This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always follow best practices of wearing appropriate personal protective equipment and adhere to safety guidelines when operating or working near UV-C equipment. Prolonged, direct exposure to UV-C can result in erythema and photokeratitis and should be avoided.

      Threshold Limit Values and TLV are registered trademarks of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists and are used by permission.