UVC sanitizer systems for surface treatment

Disinfection of inanimate surfaces. Instant, efficient, and cost-effective removal of bacteria, viruses, and pathogenic germs from surfaces.

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State-of-the-Art UVC Sanitizer Products for Treatment of Inanimate Surfaces

Integrate UVC sanitizer technology into your workplace to have clean surfaces free from bacteria, viruses, and pathogenic germs.

UVC sanitizer systems provide instantly effective cleaning of surfaces, delivering improved hygiene and sanitation standards. Surface disinfection employs ultraviolet (UV) light to remove bacteria, viruses, and pathogenic germs. It is an effective and cost-efficient method to reduce infections and bacterial outbreaks spreading from person to person and object to object. The solution has been used for more than 40 years and is considered one of the oldest and most reliable disinfection methods. Throughout the years, hundreds of microorganisms have been tested against UVC sanitizer systems to verify the effectiveness of the technology. All bacteria, viruses, and pathogenic germs that have been tested against UVC light have shown to be affected, concluding that it is a highly effective solution to boost sanitation and hygiene. It is ideal for various industries and workplaces as it can treat many types of surfaces.

UVC light is a safe and sound solution to prevent and control diseases and ensure superior hygiene and sanitation standards. Superior hygiene standards are important in general to protect human health. Yet, it is of utmost importance in various industries, such as within the pharmaceutical industry and the healthcare sector. Once you have completely sterilized surfaces, you do not have to worry about any kinds of bacteria or germs contaminating and obstructing your operation. You can have complete faith in your UVC sanitizer system, and your operation can go on and on without any interruptions.

See all our UVC sanitizer products for inanimate surfaces

  1. Pearlsurface UV Surface Disinfection


    UVC-LED surface disinfection, optimal for disinfecting tools, lab equipment, masks, and other protective wear.

  2. Pearllab Beam UV Disinfection

    PearlLab Beam

    Evaluate UV dose-response data of bacteria, viruses, and spores.

Where to Use UVC Sanitizer Systems?

UV disinfection technology has been employed for a long time by various industries, including food and beverage processing, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and healthcare facilities. It is a market-proven and future-proof solution, ensuring clean surfaces.

The solution can be used to disinfect various types of inanimate surfaces. It is used within many industries for various purposes. Still, it is heavily adopted in industries where sanitation and hygiene are of utmost importance to maintain efficient and clean operations. Once you know you have clean surfaces, you do not need to worry about contamination. UVC sanitizer systems are highly employed within pharmaceutical processing and healthcare facilities to sterilize medical and surgical equipment. This delivers safer healthcare institutions. Yet, it is also utilized within food and beverage processing for sterilization of packaging lines and piping systems, which delivers safer food chains. This will ultimately deliver sterilized equipment and production facilities, preventing bacterial infections and cross-contamination.

How Do UVC Sanitizer Systems Work?

UVC sanitizers are based on market-proven chemical-free UV light. It is a simple solution, requiring low maintenance.

UVC sanitizer systems employ ultraviolet (UV) light for disinfection, which is a type of radiation. UVC light is ideal for disinfection due to its wavelength. The bacteria, viruses, and pathogenic germs exposed to the light will absorb it, which will harm their DNA structure. By harming the DNA structure, the harmful germs are unable to reproduce. This delivers instant disinfection of the surface. The UVC sanitizer system provides a consistent UV dose, ensuring superior disinfection regardless of the object to be disinfected. It has a small footprint, is easy to operate, and it requires low maintenance.

How often an inanimate surface should be disinfected highly depends on the risk potential, including what objects and how many people contact the surface. Still, it is recommended to have a regular disinfection routine as high hygiene and sanitation standards are vital in many industries. It can ensure cleaner and safer equipment and products, but it is also a safer and healthier working environment for your employees.

Why Use UVC Sanitizer for Surface Treatment?

There are numeral reasons to treat surfaces with UV disinfection technology. It is an efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective solution.

UVC sanitizer systems provide instant disinfection of your surfaces. This allows you to operate efficiently and without any worries in terms of cross-contamination or bacterial outbreaks. UV disinfection treatment helps prevent and control diseases and outbreaks. The solution is made of clean materials only. Likewise, it does not employ any harmful or hazardous chemicals to treat surfaces. Thus, the solution is cleaner than traditional chemical treatment. Many UV disinfection technologies employ mercury. This is both inconvenient as it requires refills. But more severely, in case of leakages during transportation, installment, or operation, mercury vapor and inert gases are emitted. These can be detrimental to human health, harming the immune system, lungs, and kidneys or causing skin or eye irritation. Thus, the chemical-free solution is better for human health as well as for the environment.

The UVC sanitizer system operates cost-effectively. Many UV disinfection lamps are always on. However, our UV disinfection system is only on when in use for disinfection. Thus, this UVC sanitizer technology has a low energy consumption, leading to reduced OPEX and a longer lifetime of the technology. The lifetime of the UV-C LED disinfection light is 10,000 hours.