For 222 Devices
UVC 222 Dots
Introducing the first-ever UVC Dosimeter for Far UV-C
Using a patented, UV-sensitive material, UVC Dosimeters react to UV-C at 222 nm. These color-changing indicators are ideal for use with UV-C disinfection systems and help you validate your devices, procedures and visibly see if target surfaces have received enough germicidal irradiation to kill harmful bacteria, viruses and spores.
- Designed for use with 222 nm devices
- Adhesive 1″ dots easily peel off card
- Check mark appears at 5 mJ/cm²
- Color-indicates 20, 50, 75, 100 and 150 mJ/cm²
- Validated by RISE: Research Institutes of Sweden
- Single use only. Do not reuse.
- Packaged 5 cards per bag (net 25 dosimeters)
- MOQ 200 units (8 bags)
- 3-year shelf life
- Store at room temperature in original packaging and away from direct sunlight.
- Private label and customizations options available for orders of 10,000+ units.
Instructions for Use
- To use, peel dots from card and place on or adjacent to any equipment or surface that will be irradiated with a Far UV-C device.
- Make sure the yellow indicator area faces toward the UV-C light source.
- After the UV-C disinfection cycle is complete, confirm the color change on the dots using the color reference chart. For best results, make exposure readings immediately after UV-C exposure cycle is complete.
- UVC Dosimeters are intended for one-use-only and should not be reused.
This product is recommended for use with UV-C disinfection systems in all public locations including:
- Healthcare facilities
- Doctor / dental practices
- Schools / universities
- Correctional facilities
- Commercial spaces
- Click here to download the UVC 222 Dots Sales Sheet (PDF format)
PLEASE NOTE: This product is designed to work with 222 nm devices.
Patented photochromatic ink changes color to indicate the level of UV-C irradiation on surfaces (222 nm)
Visibly demonstrates the accumulated dose of UV-C so you can confirm that a surface has received an optimal level of germicidal irradiation.
Great for in-servicing, staff training, validating UV-C lamp performance, and as a simple reporting tool for Infection Control, Environmental Services and Facilities Management.
Recommended for use with Far UV-C disinfection systems to indicate an accumulated dose of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation.