Ultraviolet (UV) rays are the wavelengths outside of the visible light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum ranging from 100 nm-400 nm. UV wavelengths are emitted from the sun and can be produced in a variety of products.
Within the range of UV wavelengths, exists UVC (from 100 to 280 nanometers). These waves are categorized as germicidal, giving them the ability to inactivate or kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa. Additionally, this technology is commonly used in water sterilization, medical facilities, and HVAC ducting at low power.
– Education (Classrooms, Cafeterias, Gymnasiums, Labs, etc.)
– Hospitality (Hotels, Restaurants, Coffee Shops, etc.)
– Emergency Services (Fire Fighters, EMS, Law Enforcement, Haz-Mat, etc.)
– Commercial Retail / Office Spaces
– Transportation (Air, Bus, Rail, Taxi, Ride Share, etc.)
– Janitorial Services / Housekeeping
– Petro-Chem, Oil & Gas