People Safe Far UVC
Studies* over 10 years indicate no harm to humans from continuous low dosages of 222 nanometer, far-UVC light. Yet the source effectively inactivates over 90% of contaminants in the air and on surfaces, based on the intensity and brief exposure time as described for each product.
"Far-UVC light has the potential to be a 'game changer.' ... It can be safely used in occupied public spaces, and it kills pathogens in the air before we can breathe them in." - Dr. David Brenner, Ph.D., D.Sc., Columbia University professor of radiation biophysics and leading researcher of Far-UVC light.
Far-UVC 222 lamps can disinfect at the 'edge' of occupied indoor spaces and greatly reduce the level of airborne coronaviruses; traditional UVC lamps are only safe to use in unoccupied indoor spaces. Position this people-friendly and safe version of far-UVC around any high traffic areas or critical entry points, to significantly reduce infection transmission rates- on the air that you breathe, on the surfaces you touch. Let us help you design safe and healthy indoor environments.
- Far-UVC light efficiently and safely inactivate airborne human coronaviruses
Nature Research; 2020
- Long-term effects of 222nm ultraviolet radiation C sterilizing lamps on mice susceptible to ultraviolet radiation
Photochemistry and Photobiology; 2020
- Far-UVC light: A new tool to control the spread of airborne-mediated microbial diseases
Scientific Reports; 2018
- Disinfection and healing effects of 222nm UVC Light on methicillin-resistance staphylococcus aureus infection in mouse wounds
Photochemistry and Photobiology; 2018
- Germicidal efficacy and mammalian skin safety of 222nm UV light
Radiation Research; 2017