Ultraviolet (UV) light, specifically UV-C or short-wave ultraviolet light, is a powerful disinfectant. UV-C disinfects surfaces, air and water without the use of toxic and harmful chemicals.

Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) uses UV-C to kill or inactivate airborne pathogens, microorganisms, and infectious agents such as bacteria and viruses. It does this by destroying nucleic acids and breaking apart their DNA, leaving them unable to function or reproduce. Both sanitisation and disinfection result.

We invest heavily in proprietary UV technology and equipment for our sanitisation and disinfection services. Our technology and equipment are powerful, effective, and surpass any other potential solutions in existence. Our technology and equipment build on the those used in hospitals to ensure that rooms, operating theatres and other critical areas are fully sanitised and disinfected.

This is also the same technology scientifically-proven to destroy 99.999% of airborne- and droplet-based viruses and bacteria – including coronaviruses.*

In addition to UV technology, we employ nano silver and hospital-grade High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) 14 air filtration technologies. Nano silver is a potent, yet safe, antibiotic, antibacterial and all-purpose medical-grade hand, surface and object sanitiser. And HEPA 14 – via interception, impact, or diffusion – effectively captures 99.995% of particles down to 0.3 microns in diameter.

In a nutshell, the triple-punch of UV, nano silver and HEPA 14 is the fastest, most powerful, and most effective way to sanitise and disinfect the air that you breathe, the surfaces that you touch, and the environment that you live and work in.

For UV sanitisation and disinfection bookings, please visit our contact page.

*1. Darnell M, Subbarao K, Feinstone S, Taylor D. Inactivation of the coronavirus that induces severe acute respiratory syndrome, SARS-CoV. J Virol Methods. 2004;121(1):85-91.
2. Darnell M, Taylor D. Evaluation of inactivation methods for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus in noncellular blood products. Transfusion. 2006;46(10):1770-1777.
3. Eickmann M, Gravemann U, Handke W et al. Inactivation of Ebola virus and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus in platelet concentrates and plasma by ultraviolet C light and methylene blue plus visible light, respectively. Transfusion. 2018;58(9):2202-2207.
4. Eickmann M, Gravemann U, Handke W et al. Inactivation of three emerging viruses – severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, Crimean–Congo haemorrhagic fever virus and Nipah virus – in platelet concentrates by ultraviolet C light and in plasma by methylene blue plus visible light. Vox Sang. 2020.
5. Gravemann U, Handke W, Lambrecht B, Schmidt J, Müller T, Seltsam A. Ultraviolet C light efficiently inactivates nonenveloped hepatitis A virus and feline calicivirus in platelet concentrates. Transfusion. 2018;58(11):2669-2674.
6. Mohr H, Steil L, Gravemann U et al. BLOOD COMPONENTS: A novel approach to pathogen reduction in platelet concentrates using short-wave ultraviolet light. Transfusion. 2009;49(12):2612-2624.