Standalone indoor air quality solutions

Improving your indoor air quality can be as simple as ‘plug and play’ with our standalone solutions.

Floor, ceiling and wall-mounted solutions improve indoor air quality for every environment. Tested and approved UVC technology provides low cost, low maintenance and high performance.

Poorly ventilated spaces results in the airborne transmission of viruses and other microbes, putting your employee’s health at risk.

It’s proven that improving indoor air quality will reduce sickness, increase productivity and save money.

Our plug-in standalone UVGI solutions use high-intensity UVC to treat air and inactivate harmful microbes.

Contact us to find out how we can provide your business with better indoor air quality.

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Upper Room UV

Upper Room UV

Philips UV-C upper air devices turn the whole room into a completely silent air cleaner.

The technology is designed to safely irradiate the upper room of occupied spaces; this inactivates viruses, bacteria and mould which are being circulated around the room.

  • Offers continuous, safe disinfection of harmful microbes
  • Boasts a 90%+ disinfection rate; including SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for Covid-19
  • Low power, silent units
  • Protects buildings in all sectors


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DANGER: Risk Group 3 – Ultraviolet Product

These UV-C products are meant for disinfection purposes only and cannot be used for general illumination. The products generate high power UV-C light, which can cause serious injuries to eyes and/or skin. Avoid direct exposure of eyes and skin to the UV-C light. Only for use in closed enclosures, which protect users from UV-C light exposure.

In case of lamp breakage, follow instructions: ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove loose parts, preferably wearing gloves. Pack broken parts in a closed packaging (plastic bag) and dispose of as chemical waste. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.

Ultraviolet Light

What is Ultraviolet?

Ultraviolet light in the c-band range (225-302 nm) is commonly referred to as ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI), and is well known for its germ-zapping properties across water and surface treatment. Historically, airstream disinfection has proven less predictable due to underspecification of the UVC dosage and poor design.

How does UVGI work?

UVGI works by cross-linking the nucleic acids (DNA & RNA) which prevents the replication and growth of harmful micro-organisms such as viruses, bacteria, spores, moulds, yeast and fungi. To achieve a high inactivation rate against these, it requires the correct effective UVC dosage.

Low-intensity vs High-intensity UVC

Low-intensity UVC can be used for surface treatment due to a long UVC exposure time. High-intensity UVC is needed for air treatment as the exposure time is short.

How to know what UV dosage is required?

The UV dosage to achieve microbial inactivation varies considerably depending on the micro-organism. For example, spore-forming microbes are more resilient to a UV attack than vegetative cells. This is because microbial spores are adapted to withstand extreme environments. However, vegetative cells, which grow and divide, will need water after germination of a new shoot. Generally speaking, viruses are highly susceptible to UV attacks.

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Hear our founder Dr David Glover talk through the benefits of UVGI technology.

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