Laurence Thépault, UVRER ANEMO

“UV technology is a game changer for horticulture”

Like any fresh products, cut flowers are very fragile and perishable. They require specific treatments to ensure optimal presentation and preservation. UVRER brings to the horticultural market effective solutions to kill all viruses and microbes, such as botrytis, to allow your flowers to live longer.

Flowers may develop mold in a confined and humid atmosphere, making them unsuitable for sale. Airborne spores can easily, by cross-contamination, tackle all your production in storage areas and cause significant financial losses. This is where UV comes into play.

Example of a disinfection device treating roses against botrytis  

UV specialist since 1982
"Let me introduce you to our company: UVRER. We are a French manufacturer and have made our own products since 1982. We propose water, air, and surface disinfection without chemicals, using UVc instead, an industrial concept of treatment before packaging, which allows the drying and disinfection of flowers before shipment by directly killing microorganisms at the source."

It is necessary to disinfect roses after harvesting to avoid botrytis and to secure your production. We create tailor-made devices that can be easily integrated into your production line.

Surface treatment on roses to avoid botrytis
"Whether you are looking to secure network water in order to supply your production, to conserve rainwater to water your flowers, or to ensure the bacterial quality of water, UVRER does everything to guarantee you water adapted to your needs."

Once disinfection is complete, it is important to store the produce before shipment to make sure that nothing will contaminate the products.

UVc technology can be used throughout your production process  

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