UVC Purification Lights

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1800 Augusta Drive
Suite 232,
Houston, TX 77057

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Use UVC Light to disinfect your workspace

HOW UVC WORKS?

Ultra-Violet (UV) light is invisible to human eyes. It can be subdivided into three categories: UVA, UVB and UVC. UV-A from 315 to 400 nm UV-B from 280 to 315 nm UV-C from 200 to 280 nm.

UVC radiation is known to break the DNA of bacteria, viruses and spores. As a result, they are rendered harmless.

UV radiation can be used for multiple purposes in water and air treatment, but is primarily employed as a disinfection process that inactivates micro-organisms without chemicals. For other applications, UV is used for the removal of organic and inorganic chemicals, including chlorine, chloramines, ozone and Total Organic Carbon (TOC) emerging contaminants.

UVC radiation has been proven to be effective against waterborne pathogenic microorganisms including those responsible for cholera, hepatitis, polio, typhoid, giardia, cryptosporidium and many other bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases.

UVC disinfection is complementary to Chlorine disinfection: it deactivates organisms that are resistant to Chlorine such as giardia and cryptosporidium.

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.