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Deep UV-C disinfection of high contact environments and objects

In high contact areas such as schools, retail outlets, industry, offices and public transportation, UV-C can be used for a deep disinfection of surfaces (e.g., floors, walls).
Open luminaires: Fixed installation on the ceiling, radiating UV-C directly without shielding, therefore no people can be present in the room. A control system is required to help correct usage.
UV-C trolleys: These can be positioned centrally in a standard-sized room to inactivate viruses and bacteria on surfaces. Safeguard controls include a timer to plan disinfection for a predefined period, remote control and motion sensors.
UV-C robots: Intelligent and autonomous robots designed for indoor virus prevention. They usually navigate autonomously to disinfect surfaces and include various control safeguards to ensure correct usage.

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UV-C Disinfection is Not New

It’s important to note these products contain germicidal UV, which can be harmful to humans if used incorrectly, UV-C radiation can penetrate the skin and eyes.

In medical field the UV light usage is not new. In fact, the 1903 Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to Niels Finsen for using UV light to fight the spread of tuberculosis.

After confirming UV lighting’s ability to kill pathogens, the next step was to find a way to replicate the UV wavelengths that would result in the disinfection of surfaces, air, and water. The first UV quartz lamp was wavelengths of ultraviolet light (UV-C; 100nm to 280nm) that have disinfection properties.

UV-C light inactivates airborne pathogens and microorganisms like mold, bacteria, and viruses. The technology is also referred to as UV Germicidal Irradiation or UVGI.