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SCIENTIFIC STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF UV-C
"MHV-A59 dried and MERS-CoV droplets were stable on glass coverslips for at least 60 and 30 minutes, 0.09 and 0.22 log reduction, respectively. Plaque counts indicated that infection control & hospital epidemiology may 2016, vol. 37, no. 5 the UV-C energy emitted from the Surfacide disinfection system was able to reduce the viral titers of MHV-A59 by an average of 2.71 log10 in 5 minutes and 6.11 log10 in 10 minutes of exposure, resulting in undetectable levels of MHV-A59 virus (Figure 1). For MERS-CoV, a UV-C exposure time of only 5 minutes resulted in undetectable virus levels that remained undetectable following 30 minutes of total exposure for a 5.9 log10 reduction (Figure 2). discussion The multiple-emitter continuous UV-C disinfection system was >99.999% effective against MHV-A59, a mouse analog of MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV in 10 minutes. Applying those same studies to droplets of MERS-CoV resulted in undetect- able levels of MERS-CoV virus after only 5 minutes of exposure to the UV-C emitter or a percent reduction of >99.999%. Notably, UV-C disinfection is most effective when used as an adjunct to standard terminal cleaning of hard surfaces and should not be used to replace good cleaning practices. This study is the first to document the effectiveness of a multiple-emitter, automated, whole-room UV-C system or any whole-room disinfection system against RNA viruses like MHV-A59, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV. The use of the Surfacide whole-room UV-C disinfection system during MERS outbreaks may prevent the nosocomial spread of the virus and protect staff in the process."
Bedell, K., ,Buchaklian, A. H., and Perlman, S. (2016) Efficacy of an Automated Multiple Emitter Whole-Room Ultraviolet-C Disinfection System Against Coronaviruses MHV and MERS-CoV. DOI: 10.1017/ice.2015.348