with UV-light

UVC disinfection

  • of up to 500 or 2000 m³ of air per hour

  • airborne virus-reduction of up to 99,9%

  • zero ozone emissions

  • improved performance through highly effective reflector

  • available in 3 colors (white, grey, black)

Technical solutions can help to prevent infection and to provide for more safety

The COVID pandemic has led to considerable constraints in people’s lives – both at work and at home. Our personal behaviour is crucial in preventing the spread of the coronavirus disease. The general rules of conduct and hygiene that have been put in place aim to protect oneself and others from infection. Similarly, technical solutions can help to prevent infection and to provide for more safety – be it in day-care centres, schools, and elderly homes, in industry or business settings, or in event locations. Since many years, UV-light has been used to disinfect water, surfaces and air. Especially in the food industry and in medical facilities it is a well-established technology. Next to droplet-transmission, aerosols have become known as a possible transmission route. Infectious particles can hover in the air over an extended period of time.

Ventilation or air change can reduce the virus load drastically.

UVC disinfection, however, achieves a 99.9% reduction of viruses, bacteria, mold spores and other pathogens without affecting room temperature.


disinfection of up to 500 or 2000 m³ of air per hour

Easy installation

ceiling suspension or wall-fastening, stand-alone mode for buildings without ventilation system


low maintenance without filters and UV-tubes lifetime: 9000h


improved performance through highly effective reflector


no danger of UV-radiation outside the device


Easy installation in existing and new buildings and service-friendly construction

The science behind virus inactivation by UV-radiation

Recent research highlights:

  • Since the 1930s, lamps emitting UVC light have been used as highly efficient disinfection technology to treat drinking water, waste water, surfaces, pharmaceutical products, and air.
  • All bacteria and viruses tested to date (many hundreds over the years, including coronaviruses) respond to UV disinfection.
  • UVC light offers advantages over liquid disinfectants and heat sterilisation as it can be deployed automatically and is very energy efficient.
  • SARS-CoV-2 is inactivated (“killed”) by UVC radiation through a well-understood biochemical reaction whereby the virus’ genetic material (RNA) is irreparably damaged.
  • SARS-CoV-2 is known to be transmissible via aerosols with infectious particles remaining traceable indoors for hours.
  • Upper-room UVC systems have been shown to significantly reduce viral transmission via the airborne route (by a factor 10). The 90%-reduction dose is likely between 3.7 mJ/cm2 and 10.6 mJ/cm2.
  • UVC radiation can help to mitigate the risk of acquiring an infection, not only from SARS-CoV-2 but from a range of pathogens.

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AG Soundlights S.r.l.

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39010 Tesimo (BZ) - ITA

Telefono: (+39) 3479311984


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