GRMT Series fixtures, which have been recently redesigned, provide a stainless steel chassis with a polished aluminum reflector. Guard rails, moisture proof lamp connections, and shatterproof coating on all of the lamps comes standard for the GRMT series. These fixtures, which are available in all voltages, can be mounted on walls, ceilings, over conveyors, or in moist areas where surface disinfection is needed.
CE Series fixtures that can accommodate from 1 to 4 lamps, and are available in widths up to 60 inches. These fixtures, complete with UV lamps, can be placed over and under conveyor lines to reduce any mold or bacteria from food, films, or container surfaces, prior to packaging. If the application calls for a custom solution, our engineering department will design a system specifically for your facility or production line with a UV dose targeted to achieve a significant reduction of pathogens. Destroying mold and bacteria on the product, and from packaging material, has been shown to dramatically increase the shelf life of certain products
CK Series fixtures feature a modular design that allows the end user the ability to supply a single, or multiple UV lamps, in various sizes with a power supply tailored to the lamp configuration. Shatterproof coated lamps are available, as well as quick-change lamp clips, LED lamp indicators, 8, 12, and 30ft cable lengths, and lamp reflector kits.
All American Ultraviolet systems can be designed for any electrical supply configuration. Our standard and high output low pressure lamps have less than 8 grams of mercury, and a useful life of up to 18,000 hours, depending on the application. Our shatter-resistant coating is standard for all our food processing and packaging applications. For applications requiring a higher target dose, we can also offer amalgam and medium pressure lamp technology.
To learn more about our Food & Beverage Processing and Packaging equipment, including technical specifications, please visit our Technical Library where you can download and print literature.