LumBox photocatalytic reactor

The LumBox photocatalytic reactor was developed for the purpose of measuring the efficiency of degradation of micropollutants in the air using photoactive materials. The device includes an input connector for connecting contaminated air and an output connector for removing purified air. Degradation of micropollutants takes place in an airtight chamber under the illumination of photoactive material using UV-A LEDs with a maximum at a wavelength of 365 nm and a power of 20 W.