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LED Germicidal Air Chamber with Down Light

    The UVFocus GAC is a combination disinfection lay-in and germicidal air chamber. This unit utilizes anti-viral and anti-bacterial lighting technology. The anti-bacterial down light in the GAC continuously disinfects any hard or soft surfaces, simply by keeping the lights on. These high performance LEDs are near-UV, and part of the normal visible LED spectrum at 405nm, making them completely harmless to humans and animals. You can keep working while the down light cleanses the room! Fans circulate air into a chamber in the back of the luminaire.
    Inside the chamber, 254nm UVC lamps cleanse the air of all airborne pathogens (viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, bacteria and spores). Clean air is then circulated back into the room. The housing is constructed of white aluminum, and the frosted lens is proprietary polycarbonate. UVC reflective material inside enhances energy fluence for rapid eradication of pathogens. A similar product, minus the down light component, is available in the GAB germicidal air chamber. The GAC is part of the UVFocus line of pathogen eradicating luminaires. 
    Note: Successful UV disinfection requires a systems approach taking into account dose, optics and safety relevant to the specific application. Please consult with the factory any questions or concerns. For any inquiries about this product, email us at uvfocus@lumenfocus.com. You can also call toll-free at 1-866-UVFOCUS.
  • Applications: Suitable for most commercial and institutional applications - office, retail, classrooms, healthcare facilities
  • Size Options: 2x2, 2x4
  • Fan CFM: 108 in the 2x2; 216 in the 2x4 unit
  • Fan Decibels: 30 in the 2x2; 33 in the 2x4 unit
  • Made in the USA utilizing mostly domestic and some foreign components
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Pure, clean illumination

    Light emitted from the 405nm LEDs in the GAC down light shines onto surfaces and penetrates harmful micro-organisms. The light targets naturally occurring molecules that exist inside bacteria, and a reaction occurs inside the cell similar to what occurs when you use bleach. The bacteria is rendered inactive, which prevents it from re-populating on the surface or traveling to further hosts.
    In the disinfection chamber, lamps emitting UVC 254nm wavelengths cleanse the air that is circulating inside and inactivate airborne pathogens.