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Our proprietary design and technology are the most sophisticated, durable and dependable there is. Installation is easy, fast and affordable, and our ‘green’ technology means it’s better for the environment and boasts greater energy savings—a whopping 50%-60%—more than any other UV solution on planet earth.

All of our products are engineered to create germ-free, virus-free environments so you can create the peace of mind and trust people are depending on. 




  • Upper-room UV Fixtures – Upper-air units continuously disinfect the air in a room by emitting UVC above the people's heads. The rays are not pointed directly at people, so they are safe for occupied spaces.


  • Germicidal UV Fixtures: These fixtures can be installed or mounted on ceilings and walls. They cause minimal disruption and can operate on a timer or a switch. These fixtures do shine UVC rays in all directions. Spaces would need to be empty before using one of these fixtures.


  • Far-UVC Fixtures – These can disinfect air and surfaces but at a level that is safe for humans. These fixtures can replace standard recessed can lights and can be wired directly into a junction box.


  • Tabletop UV Fixtures – These easily portable fixtures are perfect for a smaller area. However, they are not as powerful and may require multiple cycles to disinfect a larger space thoroughly.


  • Germicidal UV Mobile Units – UVC mobile units are larger and more potent than a tabletop fixture. Because they don't need to be installed in one space, they have an extensive range of applications and possibilities. They can be used from hotels to hospitals. These do use broad-spectrum UV, which means they emit UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C wavelengths. Because of this, the room must be empty while the unit is in operation.


  • Handheld UV Units – These units are perfect for those harder to clean areas and surfaces. They can be used on surfaces like keyboards, handrails, keypads, elevator buttons, toys, to name a few. These products are easier to use because they need to be plugged in to be operated and easily stored away. The operator will most likely need to wear safety goggles while the unit is in operation.  


  • UV Curing – This is a photochemical process that uses high-intensity ultraviolet light and is used mainly to cure or dry inks, coatings, or adhesives. Things that have been cured with UV lamps are more durable and tend to last longer in harsher environments. This is often used in industrial, automotive, and aerospace applications.


  • Food Irradiation – UVC is often used in the food and restaurant industry. It is a highly effective and safe method of food treatment that the FDA approves. Food irradiation prevents early spoiling of many foods, prolongs shelf-life, preserves nutritional value, and can help eliminate foodborne illnesses like E. coli and salmonella.


  • Food Preparation – UVC lamps can prevent viruses that accumulate on food prep surfaces and dining areas.


  • Ballast Water Treatment – Ballast water is fresh, or saltwater held in the ballast tanks and cargo holds of ships. This is used to help provide stability and maneuverability to vessels that are not carrying cargo, not carrying heavy enough load, or when more stability is required due to rough seas. While it is crucial for the operation of large ships, this water can negatively affect the surrounding marine environment. It can introduce invasive species and organisms to water that can alter local ecosystems. UVC treatment has been proven to be highly effective for eradicating any threatening, invasive species without the continuous use of harsh chemicals


  • Airline Usage: UVC light has been used for disinfecting jet cockpits. It has also been used in applications that use robots to disinfect passenger cabins of jets. 


  • Wastewater Treatment – The use of UVC light in sewage treatment has begun to replace chlorination. There has been much concern about the use of chemicals such as chlorine and the environmental risks. UV wastewater treatment can be used in small-scale batches as well as large-scale urban applications.


  • Aquarium and Pond Treatment – UV irradiation can ensure that pathogens cannot reproduce and decrease the chance of a disease outbreak in a smaller aquatic setting. These systems are often smaller with tubing, allowing the water to flow as closely as possible to an ultraviolet light source. This water must be pre-filtered because if the water has many particles in it, the UVC penetration is lower.


  • Steri-PEN – A handheld UV disinfection unit that can treat water on a personal use level. However, if not used correctly, it might not be as effective or harmful to the user.


  • Private Well Water Treatment – Since groundwater is constantly moving, well water quality can change rapidly. UVC technology can provide continuous disinfection of well water with minimal maintenance. Ultraviolet technology is an economical and fast method of disinfection. However, UVC lamps can be lethal to bacteria present in water, such as E. coli, viruses, mold, and cysts like Cryptosporidium.


  • BioShift Chamber – Agricultural viruses and pathogens can latch onto almost anything. This creates a severe risk to crops and animals, especially on larger farms. For example, farm owners can have employees take a shower, but this doesn't eliminate anything on their lunchboxes or clothes. These chambers look similar to a microwave and use UVC radiation to inactivates anything that might have latched itself onto someone's belongings. 


  • UV Light Dragon – This mobile ultraviolet light unit applies high-intensity UVC light as a germicidal treatment to help combat crop diseases in vegetables and fruit crops. This can be tractor-drawn and has shown to help control powdery mildew found in Florida-grown strawberries better than conventional fungicide. There are plans online for a DIY dragon.

  • UVC Ghost – A drone fitted with UVC LEDs to fly through airplanes, subway cars, tunnels, and warehouse spaces. It can be programmed to disinfect surfaces overnight in daycare facilities, commercial kitchens. It can even keep headstones free from algae growth and discoloration. UVC Ghost can go anywhere.


  • Pasteurized Waste Milk: This milk is considered a nutritious and low-cost liquid feed for dairy calves. Milk is often pasteurized with high heat; however, this is high-energy. 


  • Ultraviolet light treatment – an alternative method for bacterial inactivation that the FDA has approved for use in fruit juice. It has been suggested for use in milk processing as well. Studies of UV light on milk vary some but mainly did show a reduction in pathogens between samples. However, it appears to be different for different types of bacteria, so it would be necessary for a farm to know that UV light treatment may not work equally against various types of bacteria.

Better. Stronger. Faster.

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