The PearlSurface 24G9 offers consistent UV-C LED performance for surface disinfection in a safe and convenient device.
Designed for automated non-contact, non-chemical disinfection of high-touch devices and PPE, our intention is to give essential workers the peace of mind that their items are disinfected using a reliable method within their own control.
The PearlSurface 24G9 offers a consistent UV Dose throughout the reactor body providing reliable disinfection with integrated timer.
Powerful Lamp Configuration
The PearlSurface provides powerful disinfection results with replaceable UV LED lamp modules. Each module has integrated thermal control and is rated up to 10,000 hour lifetime.
Integrated UV Protection
PearlSurface comes with an integrated timer and a hinged door with safety interlock preventing unwanted UV exposure outside the system.
Variety of Uses
UV light disinfection is ideal for surfaces including high-touch devices, and PPE.
Applications for Essential Services
Small healthcare clinics
Long term care facilities
The CDC recommends a minimum UV Dose of 500 mJ/cm-2. AquiSense's PearlSurface delivers a minimum of 700 mJ/cm-2 with 90% of the plane receiving a UV Dose over 1,000 and a maximum of 3,000 in parts of the plane.
The PearlSurface 24G9 is supported by advanced optical designs using ray-tracing software. Our team used our experience in designing systems for high UV exposures up to 1,000 mJ cm-2 in under 20 minutes.
Irradiance distribution - outside N95 mask
Irradiance distribution - inside N95 mask
N95 Mask Reuse Payback Calculator
PearlSurface 24G9 allows reuse of N95 masks by providing periodic disinfection.
Use the below calculator to identify your payback.
UV-C LED radiation is effective against numerous pathogens. Early studies indicate disinfection of novel coronavirus responsible for COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) is possible, though high-quality peer-reviewed data has not yet been published. Ultraviolet radiation is not expected to degrade the fit or function of N95 masks during normal treatment cycles. Follow local guidance on PPE handling and inspection after each treatment cycle. Disinfection of N95 masks is permitted by the FDA under the current health emergency; future treatment of these items is subject to FDA approval.