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UV-C is the type of UV light that is most effective at killing germs on surfaces, in the air, and in liquids, through a process known as UV-C disinfection.

Engineering healthy buildings with UVC LEDs in a post-COVID-19 world

Engineering healthy buildings with UVC LEDs in a post-COVID-19 world

UVC LEDs provide effective, efficient disinfection of air, water and the high-touch surfaces where they are most needed. The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the worldwide...
New angle in hard surface disinfection

New angle in hard surface disinfection

MoonBeam™3 Disinfection Technology©: UVC technology adds assurance to patient outcomes. Evidence indicates many frequently touched surfaces are not cleaned consistently in healthcare environments. Unfortunately, data...
Exploring applications of ultraviolet disinfection technology

Exploring applications of ultraviolet disinfection technology

HEQ explores some real-world applications of ultraviolet disinfection technology. UVC light energy in the germicidal wavelength range between 200nm and 280nm has an array of...
COVID-19: UV radiation and infection control

COVID-19: UV radiation and infection control

Ultraviolet radiation may be a key component in preventing the spread of COVID-19. The tactical application of ultraviolet (UV) radiation to disinfect surfaces, objects, water...
American Ultraviolet provides global leadership in UVC disinfection

American Ultraviolet provides global leadership in UVC disinfection

American Ultraviolet rapidly expands its innovative UVC product solutions portfolio during the pandemic for disinfection. It all started with healthcare during the tuberculosis crisis. In...
Finsen Tech: the role of ultraviolet light for infection prevention

Finsen Tech: the role of ultraviolet light for infection prevention

UVC specialist Finsen Tech showcases the role of ultraviolet light in preventing the spread of infection. Finsen Tech is an international EPA-registered manufacturer and provider...
Study shows 99.9% of coronaviruses killed by far-UVC light

Study shows 99.9% of coronaviruses killed by far-UVC light

A new study has shown that 99.9% of coronaviruses can be killed when exposed to far-UVC light. The study, carried out by researchers at Columbia...

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