We are surrounded by microorganisms: bacteria, viruses, molds, fungi, yeasts and protozoa…
Ultraviolet radiation is a reliable, proven and effective technology for eliminating microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, spores, mites, and molds.
All public or private, frequently used volumes can be sterilized with the UV radiation-emitting armatures and devices.
Airports / Train stations / Public transport waiting areas
Classes / Classrooms / Dining Halls / Canteens / Wet areas
Hotels / Restaurants and bars
Shopping malls / Stores / Cinemas / Dining areas
Gyms / Swimming pools / SPA & Beauty centres / Hairdressers
Hospitals / Operating rooms / Waiting rooms / Isolation rooms
Offices / Conference & Seminar halls
Drug & food manufacturing facilities / Sterilized environments / Laboratories
Ranging between ultraviolet (UV) and blue light, short wavelength light between 200 nm to 400 nm may destroy pathogens such as bacteria and virus causing disease in various ways depending on the wavelength, duration and quantity.
It has been proved by the scientific studies that it makes the microorganisms ineffective.
Quick and effortless disinfection
Easy to use which does not require customized installation and start-up
It reduces the use of harmful disinfectants with allergen risk.
Productive LED technology is long-lived 5 times more than gas discharge lamps
The main factors to be considered for the correct use of UV sources are:
• radiating power
• exposure time
• emission spectrum
In order for the UV radiation-emitting device to be effective on pathogens causing disease,
İt is required to be used by considering the parameters above in the light of scientific / academic studies.
Energy of UV-C radiations are higher and more effective than UV-A radiations. Therefore, it allows shorter sterilization time. These devices need to be controlled by the presence sensors in order to be activated only when there is no one in the room.
UV-A radiations has lower energy than UV-C radiations. Therefore, it requires longer sterilization time. Sterilization should be performed in a controlled way with UV-A radiations at night, on weekends, holidays, certain weekdays when certain areas are closed.