Proven Technology

UV-C radiation technology is proved to neutralize microorganisms, such as viruses, fungi and bacteria

What is the Fast-UV system?

Fast-UV is a system that allows the disinfection of air in closed spaces (without the use of chemicals), inactivating viruses, bacteria and fungi, and reducing the risk of contagion of diseases and allergies.

The Fast-UV system uses highly effective germicidal ultraviolet radiation (UV-C without ozone production) to disinfect the air.

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Ancient technology

The germicidal ultraviolet light (UV-C) was discovered over 200 years ago. It was first used in 1877 to disinfect surfaces, in 1910 to disinfect water and in 1935 to disinfect the air.

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100% effective

To this date, there are no known pathogens resistant to UV-C disinfection (many hundreds of bacteria and viruses tested over the years, including various coronaviruses).

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Easy and Low-cost

Our Fast-UV equipments are a low-cost solution for air disinfection, installation is extremely simple and maintenance is easy and inexpensive.

Our equipments use

Philips® UV-C Technology

35 years experience in developing and manufacturing UV-C products

Their main emission (as low as 254nm) is extremely effective in breaking down the DNA and RNA of micro-organisms. This means that they cannot replicate and cause disease.

Boston University validate effectiveness of Philips® UV-C light sources on inactivating the virus that causes COVID-19see press release.

Video Source: Philips®

“New York City is using ultraviolet light to kill COVID-19 on subways and buses”

CBS News (May 2020)

"Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation uses short-wave ultraviolet (UVC) energy [254nm] to inactivate viral, bacterial, and fungal organisms so they are unable to replicate and potentially cause disease."

ASHRAE - American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (2019)

Regarding the use of germicidal UV radiation to neutralize airborne pathogens in stores, restaurants, classrooms, etc. Dr. Edward A. Nardell says “We’ve done the studies. We know it works.”

Dr. Edward A. Nardell, a professor of global health and social medicine at Harvard Medical School - interview for the New York Times (May 2020)

Want to know more?

Interested in the Fast-UV? Want to know more about our products and how they work? If you need more information, or simply want to make a suggestion/observation, don’t hesitate in contacting us.