UVC light

UVC light

UV-C lys, dna streng og bakterier
Light is not just light...

Ultraviolet light or radiation if you will (UV radiation) from sunlight is divided into 3 UV spectra: UVA, UVB and UVC light. UV radiation with a wavelength of 100-280 nanometers is called UVC. UVC can be used to eliminate viruses, bacteria, mold, yeast and more.

Like visible light, UVC light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of between 100-280 nanometers.


UVC is electromagnetic force that can damage the microorganisms' DNA and RNA so that they cannot replicate, thereby effectively killing the microorganisms or inactivating viruses.


Our expertise and focus lies in the clean air. Our solutions ensure users an optimal air quality indoors.

UVC is used to remove and / or deactivate harmful organisms and more that are in our environment. Here we can deactivate viruses (SARS-CoV-2 or other influenza viruses), for example. We do this with mobile, integrable and / or stationary devices located in the room where we want to hit the organisms.


The most common problem in our environment is the formation of biofilm in HVAC (ventilation systems). This biofilm consists of bacteria and mold that live on the surfaces inside the HVAC plant, resulting in a high level of bioaerosols. Bioaerosols include smaller particles of mold, bacteria and pollen as well as fragments from these that are airborne.


Inhalation of these can give rise to respiratory diseases such as asthma and allergies, which cause significantly reduced productivity and increased absenteeism. The symptoms can often be watery eyes, headaches and as mentioned severe allergy and asthma reactions over time.

What is UVC light?

Light is not just light...


Ultraviolet light or radiation if you will (UV radiation) from sunlight is divided into 3 UV spectra: UVA, UVB and UVC light. UV radiation with a wavelength of 100-280 nanometers is called UVC. UVC can be used to eliminate viruses, bacteria, mold, yeast and more.

UVC light eliminates bacteria and viruses
in the air, in liquid on surfaces

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Where and how does the technology work?

Like visible light, UVC light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of between 100-280 nanometers.


UVC is electromagnetic force that can damage the microorganisms' DNA and RNA so that they cannot replicate, thereby effectively killing the microorganisms or inactivating viruses.


Our expertise and focus lies in the clean air. Our solutions ensure users an optimal air quality indoors.

Skoven, en sø og en badebro fri for bakterier, vira, virus, skimmel og gær

What nuisances can occur with poor air quality?

UVC is used to remove and / or deactivate harmful organisms and more that are in our environment. Here we can deactivate viruses (SARS-CoV-2 or other influenza viruses), for example. We do this with mobile, integrable and / or stationary devices located in the room where we want to hit the organisms.


The most common problem in our environment is the formation of biofilm in HVAC (ventilation systems). This biofilm consists of bacteria and mold that live on the surfaces inside the HVAC plant, resulting in a high level of bioaerosols. Bioaerosols include smaller particles of mold, bacteria and pollen as well as fragments from these that are airborne.


Inhalation of these can give rise to respiratory diseases such as asthma and allergies, which cause significantly reduced productivity and increased absenteeism. The symptoms can often be watery eyes, headaches and as mentioned severe allergy and asthma reactions over time.

Economic benefit

In addition, there will be a profitable gain by ensuring a clean ventilation system. Over time, there will be a biological overgrowth of, for example, an evaporator, the pipe exchanger and more inside the plant. These overgrowths act as an insulator, which increases airflow resistance, reduces heat transfer and more.

The system must therefore run stronger to supply the building with the same amount of comfort air. Likewise, the HVAC system will run more unstable and condense more than it should - the system is working overtime. Here, there are often large savings to be made by optimizing the system with a UVC or ionization solution. Studies have shown over 20% savings in energy consumption and in addition a reduced sickness absence with a better and healthier indoor climate.