Suitable for all environments
Dynamic air disinfection for enclosed spaces
Simple to use
No installation required - just plug and play
Removes up to 99.9% of airborne bacteria and viruses
FagronLab™ UV-C Air Steriliser
Designed to disinfect the air in enclosed spaces by eliminating viruses and bacteria spread through small particles called aerosols. The FagronLab™ UV-C Air Steriliser uses long-life, C-band, ozone-free ultraviolet light to improve microbial air safety against airborne contaminants including SARs-CoV-2 (Covid-19).Speak to an expert
Cleanse the air you breath
An increased spread of respiratory viruses and illnesses means it is more important than ever to ensure your environment is clean and safe.
The FagronLab™ UV-C Air Steriliser is suitable for dynamic disinfection of air in hospitals, pharmacies, labs, waiting rooms, offices, shopping centres, restaurants and hotels, classrooms and more.
How does it work?
The FagronLab™ UV-C Air Steriliser is equipped with two large suction vents that draw in air particles including any contaminants into its core.
Inside the core the air is trapped and decontaminated by 5 double high intensity UV-C germicide lamps. The clean air then passes through the conductor vent and back into the environment. Safe for you to breathe.
UV-C light is scientifically proven:
The killing of microorganisms by UV-C light (wavelength 253.7nm) has been known for more than 20 years and is scientifically proven. Current studies have independently shown the effictiveness of UV-C light:
Rapid and complete inactivation of SARS-CoV-2-by ultraviolet-C irradiation:
Boston University School of Medicine
Rapid and efficient inactivation of surface dried SARS-CoV-2 by UV-C irradiation:
UV-C radiation is highly effective in inactivating and inhibiting SARS-COV-2 replication:
University of Milan and INAF
What is UV-C?
UV-C light has the smallest wavelength of all UV types. This makes it safe for humans, but lethal for microorganisms.
By drawing the air into its core, the FagronLab™ UV-C Air Steriliser will expose viruses and bacteria carried in the air to UV-C light. This removes any harmful contaminants, before returning the air safely to the environment.