Medical Grade UVC

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PATIENTS AND STAFF FROM DANGEROUS PATHOGENS

Studies have shown that an an estimated 720,000 healthcare associated infections occur each year, costing billions of dollars in unnecessary medical and legal expenses. While there has been progress made in the effort to reduce patient risk, the volume of cases remains critical as the CDC estimates roughly 1 in 31 hospital patients will acquire at least one healthcare associated infection. Due to the growing concerns of drug-resistant organisms, new emerging threats like Covid-19, inefficiencies of manual cleaning methods, and loss of efficacy of certain chemical disinfectants, it is critical that healthcare facilities evaluate alternative solutions to help protect patients and staff from the dangerous viruses and bacteria that lead to unnecessary and costly infections.
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PROTECTION FROM GERMS IS A CHALLENGE

The quality of the air we breathe, the water we drink and the cleanness of surfaces all have a profound effect on our health and well-being. The risk of contracting or spreading bacteria and viruses is fairly high for us all, but the most vulnerable are patients who are being cared for in hospital and healthcare settings. Not only are they more susceptible, but any form of viral infection can complicate their recovery and even lead to death.

PATHOGENS ARE GETTING STRONGER

As pathogens get stronger, the end result is an increase in illnesses and deaths year over year. With new threats emerging constantly, the newest being COVID-19, protecting patients and staff from illness gets harder each year. According to the CDC, recent flu seasons range from 37 to 171 pediatric deaths in the United States. Business, churches, schools, and more have been shutting down all over the country to ride out the flu season and prevent more hospitalizations and mortalities. But COVID-19 is just one type of illness. There are countless pathogens out there that can strike at any time and cause a host of infections and diseases.
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SHARED ENVIRONMENTS EMPOWER GERMS

The world is a populated place, and most of us live in shared, crowded environments, which are high risk for the rapid spread of disease. To make things worse, pathogens typically prey on those with weak or compromised immune systems. This can include elderly individuals, infants, children, and people with chronic illnesses like cancer. This makes shared environments like hospitals, emergency rooms, elder care facilities, clinics, etc a huge risk for these individuals. Protection can be a challenge as direct contact can occur through the air (like a sneeze), water, food, bodily fluids; or by touching a contaminated surface. A sneeze, for example, can travel up to 200 feet. If you’re in a public healthcare setting, pathogens are on nearly everything you touch.

THE SOLUTION

Scientific studies have proven that UV-C light can inactivate and kill a broad spectrum of pathogenic bacteria and viruses. These include Hospital-Acquired Infections (HAIs) that are difficult to treat. Examples of these infections include Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Clostridium difficile. Traditional disinfecting methods such bleach and a rag only offer minimal protection. UV-C light is the only way proven by science to completely destroy antibiotic-resistant pathogens that are immune to traditional cleaning methods.
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What Is UV Light Sterilization?

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Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a method of disinfecting air and surfaces that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA.

What Types Of Germs Does UV Light Kill?

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UVC light has been scientifically proven to inactivate and kill all known pathogens, viruses, and superbugs, including: E. coli, Salmonella, Norovirus, MRSA, C. Auris, C. Diff, and COVID-19, on surfaces, in water, and in the air.

Where Can UV Light Be Used?

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UVC light can be used in all types of spaces including: Operating Rooms, Hospital Rooms, Emergency Vehicles, Labs, Healthcare Offices, Senior Centers, and more.

OUR GERM KILLING ROBOTS ARE EASY TO USE

Simply push the button and the machine takes care of the rest.
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KEY FACTS

With threats like The Coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting our health and safety, and new threats emerging now more than ever, we are all concerned with how to protect our patients and staff from harmful viruses and bacteria. With nearly unlimited uses, our medical-grade UV disinfection technology has been scientifically proven to inactivate and kill all known pathogens, including: E. coli, Salmonella, Norovirus, MRSA, C. Auris, C. Diff, and COVID-19, both on surfaces and in the air. It is designed to help you confidently run your facility and protect your patients and staff by decontaminating an entire room, safely and naturally, within minutes.
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IS THIS NEW SCIENCE?

Ultraviolet light for the use of germicidal irradiation is not a new concept. In fact, it has been used as such since the late 19th to early 20th century. UV-C is a type of ultraviolet light that has wavelengths between 200 – 280 nanometers (nm). The optimal germicidal wavelength is 254 nm, but light within the 200-280 wavelengths can be used for UV-C disinfection. UV germicidal lamps within this class have been shown to be extremely effective in breaking down the DNA of micro-organisms. This action prevents the micro-organism from replicating and causing disease.
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HOW DOES IT WORK?

UV light with wavelengths between 100nm and 280nm has the ability to inactivate and kill microorganisms. The light is absorbed by the RNA and DNA of microorganisms, which causes the RNA and/or DNA structure to form new bonds between adjacent nucleotides. This results in the dimerization of adjacent molecules (particularly thymine). This occurrence in the RNA and DNA of bacteria and viruses makes it impossible for the microorganisms to replicate and infect.
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THE DATA IS THERE

With over 140 years of research behind it, Ultraviolet Light has an extensive history of effectively killing microbes in the air and on surfaces, which has been been repeatedly proven to reduce the infection rates against harmful pathogens such as Covid-19, Norovirus, Salmonella, VRE, E. Coli, C. diff, MRSA, and many more. Advancements in ultraviolet light technology has made it more viable and cost effective to deploy in everyday spaces, such as hospitals, healthcare offices and labs.
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INTENSE PATHOGEN KILLING IN MINUTES

Our PureUV Robot is the first disinfection system of its kind to deliver intense germicidal action from 200-300nm. It’s a user friendly robot that can disinfect an entire room in as little as 10 minutes. But it's more than just a robot, it's a comprehensive disinfection program.
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EASY TO USE

  • Mobile App Controls
  • On-Off switch with easy to program interface.
  • Front motion sensor for safety shutoff.
  • Versatile mobile rolling makes it easy to move into different areas.
  • LCD display mode.

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APPLICATION FIELDS

We offer a full range of germ killing robots and uv lamps that are suitable for use in municipal, industrial, and commercial surface, air, and water purification.
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CLINICAL CARE SPACES
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Viruses and bacteria can survive on surfaces in clinical setting for extended periods of time. UV light can automatically disinfect critical spaces, including operating rooms, while reducing labor costs.
DIAGNOSTIC TESTING
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Minimize the risk of spreading harmful germs by disinfecting diagnostic testing rooms, anytime they are unoccupied.
LABS
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UV light can be used to kill germs in labs, supply closets, and other vectors for disease transmission that may be a challenge to disinfect or address.
BATHROOMS
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We offer custom solutions that are designed to eliminate mold, fungi, and bacteria from bathroom and shower areas.
PATIENT ROOMS
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Reduce the risk of spreading dangerous germs in clinical areas and treatment rooms when treating sick or injured players.
EMERGENCY VEHICLES
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Ultraviolet light can be used to disinfect emergency vehicles and protect first responders and patients.

Multiple Benefits. Unlimited Uses.

Studies have shown that enhanced disinfection using ultraviolet light technology is an evidence-based strategy that can improve patient safety and outcomes.
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Kills Micro-Organisms

Proven effective against viruses, bacteria, molds and spores. Kills 99% of germs, including COVID-19.

Liability Protection

Science backed UV-C light installations ease parent / faculty fears over viral infections.

Easy and Cost Effective

UV-C installations have low capital and operation costs and are easy to operate and maintain.

Our Ultraviolet Light Is:

Affordable

Clinical-level disinfection to protect your family at an affordable cost.

Quality

Bring clinical-grade UV technology into any space and disinfect a room in just minutes.

Proven Technology

Kill 99% of germs in a flash using our family of clinical-grade UV disinfection products.

Sustainable

Using the natural, antibacterial and antiviral effects of sunlight, we are able to neutralize germs while also protecting the environment.

Unlimited Uses

Our patented technology allows you to bring clinical-level protection into everyday spaces such as your home, office, gym, school, and more.

Science Backed

UV light produces electromagnetic energy that can destroy the ability of microorganisms to reproduce and leads to cellular death.

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