Expert Biological Decontamination Solutions

Tecomak supplies a range of high-quality airborne decontamination solutions from the Phileas® UK range, manufactured by Devea.

These products are suitable for use in a range of industries, including healthcare, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, life sciences, animal health, nursing homes, research units and many others.

They can be relied on for consistent results and the different models will cover a wide range of spaces, from very small footprints to large research or industrial facilities.

Tecomak has the expertise to install all of these hydrogen peroxide bio decontamination units. They are very low-maintenance, but we can provide maintenance where needed and troubleshooting.

Models in the Phileas UK Range

Phileas Genius: Designed specifically for treatment of very small volumes, between 0.25 and 10 cubic metres.

Phileas 25: A compact unit ideal for treating spaces of between 3 and 40m cubic metres.

Phileas 75: This unit specialises in decontamination of medium-sized volumes, which range from 20 to 150 cubic metres.

Phileas 250: This model can treat a wide range of volumes, from 50 to 600 cubic metres. It is ideal for large laboratories or industrial sites and can treat multiple rooms.

Phileas Technology

Spinning disc technology is key to all the Phileas® units, with a very fast rotation of between 45,000 and 65,000 revs per minute. This enables a liquid to diffuse into accurately calibrated 5 to 10-micron droplets, creating a dry fog which can easily be extracted and diffused into the area which needs to be treated, with a constant flow rate.

This is a very efficient and reliable system, which allows easy automated decontamination of even hard-to-access spaces.

No nozzles or propulsive gas systems are needed, meaning the units are very quiet to operate and have low energy requirements. The smaller models within the range have an option for battery operation.

The disinfectants used are O2safe+® and Phileasafe®, which are both free of adjuvants. The only residues remaining at the end of the disinfection cycle are water and free oxygen molecules.