CoronaVirus Defense Products

UVC Lighting Solutions

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Cleanse® | Air-Sanitizing Troffer

Direct 
Recessed Retrofit

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CLEANSE® | PORTAL™

UV Sanitizing
Entry Gate

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CLEANSE® | CABINET

Onsite PPE
Sanitizing Station

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CLEANSE® | DOWNLIGHT

Surface Sanitization
and Illumination

Thermal Temperature Solutions

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Fever Screening
with tracking application for reporting and documentation


Touchless checkin, fever screening, and tracking of fever occurrences with facial recognition.
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Screens Users in just a second
No congestion at Entrances & Lobby Areas


Fever Defense’s quick, non-contact facial temperature screening provides proactive protection for your employees and customers.
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Financing Options

We offer financing programs and flexible payment options with long-term benefits that enable you to quickly put your Energy Management Plans into action with the least initial outlay.

How does UVC Light sanitize?

Ultraviolet light is an effective tool that has been in use for decades in hospitals and operating rooms to sterilize surfaces. Technological breakthroughs in UV light could become a key tool used to help stop the spread of Covid-19 and other germicides. UVC can even neutralize “superbugs” that have developed a resistance to antibiotics. The following video from CNBC helps to explain the effectiveness of UVC as a sanitizer.

UVC Sanitizer Uses

RESTAURANTS

HOTELS / HOSPITALITY

THEATER / CINEMAS

HEALTH CLUBS

INDOOR RECREATION

SCHOOLS / DAYCARE

ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES

HOSPITAL

AUTO DEALERSHIPS

FOOD PROCESSING

SUPERMARKET

WAREHOUSE

FACTORY

LAUNDRY

AIRPORT

STADIUM

Educational Resources

UVC disinfectant devices are intended to kill pathogens and other kinds of microorganisms by chemical means or physical means. Disinfectant devices can kill most recognized pathogenic microorganisms, but not necessarily all microbial forms, such as bacterial spores. Learn more about how UVC sanitizers work and the requirements you need to keep your workforce safe and protected.