Reducing airborne infection with UVC technology

Cost effective technology for combating hospital infection

Elevated airborne bacteria causes increased surgical site infection

Air quality in operating rooms is a critical factor in reducing SSI's

Joint replacement procedures performed in rooms with over 50 CFU/m³ airborne bacterial colony forming units per cubic meter were 2.6x times as likely to have postoperative SSI than those with 20 CFU/m³.

<20 CFU/m³


Infection risk


>50 CFU/m³

Hip prosthesis


8.9 days

Knee prosthesis


8.6 days

Surgical site infections impose a  burden on our healthcare system

Many factors have been identified that contribute to the risk of SSIs; Patient factors play a part however some factors are modifiable such as elevated airborne bacterial colony forming units.

Vascular surgery


11.4 days

Extra length of stay / cost

Do you want to reduce surgical site infections?

HAIs are the most common form of preventable hospital complications, let us show you how.

Do you want to save on costs within the healthcare system?

HAIs cost hospitals billions each. A clean air solution can save on bottom line whilst improving patient outcomes. 

Ultra clean air technology

Revolutionary technology that uses UV-C light and HEPA filtration to decontaminate air in the OR.
• Patented C-UVC ultraviolet technology
• HEPA Filtration system 
• Real time monitoring 
 Safe and easy to use 

A simple solution


Shielded internal germicidal UV system


99.97% of bacteria irradiated in a single pass 

Easy mobile deployment in to high risk areas

What is UVC light, and how does it kill germs?

Ultraviolet (UV) light is a form of light, invisible to the human eye, that exists on the electromagnetic spectrum between X-rays and visible light.

UVC wavelengths are between 200 and 300 nanometers, making them germicidal – meaning they are capable of inactivating microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses and protozoa.

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