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    Disinfect your home from germs in an effective and easy way

    Protect your home against germs

     

    The cleanness of surfaces have a profound effect on our health and well-being. Lighting can be used as a disinfectant for surfaces and help mitigate the risk of acquiring an infection.

    Different disinfection solutions, for different needs

    UV-C lighting

     

    UV-C lighting can effectively deactivate viruses, bacteria, molds and spores, in a matter of minutes.

    LED visible lighting

     

    Disinfects the environment from bacteria, in a continuous manner.

    UV-C or LED visible light
    What are the main differences?

    Disinfection time
    Effectiveness

    Restrictions

     

     

    UV- C lighting

     

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    Less than 45 minutes
    Disinfect against virus, bacteria, molds and spores
    No living beings are allowed when lamp is operating


     

     

    LED visible lighting

     

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    Few hours
    Disinfect against bacteria, molds and spores
    Living beings are allowed when lamp is operating

     

     

    UV- C lighting

     

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    Disinfection time
    Effectiveness

    Restrictions
    Less than 45 minutes
    Disinfect against virus, bacteria, molds and spores
    No living beings are allowed when lamp is operating


     

     

    LED visible lighting

     

    Buy now

    Disinfection time
    Effectiveness

    Restrictions
    Few hours
    Disinfect against bacteria, molds and spores
    Living beings are allowed when lamp is operating

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    1. Disinfection effectiveness will vary depending on disinfection time, distance and type of surface/object See product manual/webpage for details.
    2. Fluence (UV Dose) Required to Achieve Incremental Log Inactivation of Bacteria, Protozoa, Viruses and Algae Revised, updated and expanded by Adel Haji Malayeri, Madjid Mohseni, Bill Cairns and James R. Bolton. With earlier contributions by Gabriel Chevrefils (2006) and Eric Caron (2006) With peer review by Benoit Barbeau, Harold Wright (1999) and Karl G. Linden.
    3. Nadia Storm et al, Rapid and complete inactivation of SARS-CoV-2 by ultraviolet-C irradiation, 2020. Subject to peer review and available only as a pre-print at https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-65742/v2. The UV-C irradiance used in this study was 0.849 mW/cm²
    4. A comparison of pulsed and continuous ultraviolet light sources for the decontamination of surfaces. McDonald K.F., Curry R.D., Clevenger T.E., Unklesbay K., Eisenstark A., Golden J., Morgan R.D. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. 2000;28:1581–1587. doi: 10.1109/27.901237.