Technical Information

What is filtered FAR UVC

Filtered FAR UVC (222nm) is safe for humans, unlike UVC (254nm) which is carcinogenic, catogenic and unsafe for humans. There are many airborne-mediated microbial diseases that affect the human body such as influenza and tuberculosis, these diseases have a major effect to the public as a whole. Unfortunately we are suffering with an even more potent disease such as SARS-CoV-2 but luckily with our advanced technology our Far UVC lighting has been tested by CSIR to be effective in destroying SARS-Cov-2.

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Does not penetrate the skin or the eyes

Filtered FAR UVC ( 222nm) does not penetrate the skin or eyes making it safe to use in occupied spaces.

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Why must FAR UVC be filtered? 

Filtered FAR UVC ensures there is no leakage of dangerous UVC by limiting output to 230nm .

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Sanitation time vs Distance.

This chart shows the time it takes to sanitise/Kill covid-19 at various distances.

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