Far UVC - Air & Surface Sanitization
Sanitization as it should be.
Simple. Safe. Effective. Continuous.
Is this the new normal in travel?
What if your lights could provide Air & Surface sanitization to protect you from invisible threats?
MRSA (hospital acquired infection)
C difficile (hospital acquired infection)
E. Coli (foodborne illness)
Salmonella (foodborne illness)
Influenza A (H1N1)
Norovirus (winter stomach bug)
Aspergillus niger (mold)
Rhinovirus (common cold)
Strep pyogenes (strep throat)
Staph aureus (pinkeye)
Listeria (food-borne illness)
Rubeola virus (measles)
Strep pneumoniae (meningitis)
Staph epidermidis (infected skin/cuts)
Coxsackievirus (hand, foot, & mouth disease)
Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR)
What if you could sanitize your entire cabin simply by turning on the lights?
Kills 99.9% of airborne viruses even at very low exposures
Far-UVC light kills virus without skin or eye damage
Studies by a team of Columbia University researchers show that a narrow-wavelength band of ultraviolet light kills airborne viruses, like COVID-19, without damaging human skin or eyes.
Narrow-wavelength light holds promise for curtailing the rapid spread of viruses in the future, researchers said. The new technology would allow people to be in proximity to one another without fear of widespread infection.
It differs from conventional germicidal ultraviolet light because it is near the end of the ultraviolet spectrum and cannot deeply penetrate human skin. Called far-UVC light, it kills 99.9% of airborne viruses even at very low exposures.