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The Game-changer
​in Disinfection

Germicidal UV Technology

Ultraviolet light is a very effective way to deal with germs. The spectrum of UV light can be further categorised into 3 different types - UVA, UVB, and UVC – each having different wavelengths and results when it comes to killing germs and safe use. 

Let’s break it down more.


What's the difference ?

Ozone layer

Penetration of different kinds of UV


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UVA & UVB are the common types of UV light in our atmosphere. UVC light has shorter wavelengths and therefore does not pass through the ozone layer as easily.


Artificial UVC

The ozone layer absorbs all UVC light from the sun, preventing it from reaching the Earth’s surface. With technologies and efforts, UVC can be created artificially. And so we can utilize this incredible disinfecting tool in our daily life.

You may wonder why don't we just use UVA/UVB for germicide?
UVC, which is higher energy, has a far higher germicidal function.

Is it safe?

Common UV lamps and LEDs give off light with wavelengths either 254 nm(Low-pressure mercury lamp) or 266 nm(UV-LED). While these are effective germicidal tools, they pose dangers to human skin and eyes if exposed too directly or for too long. 

Far-UVC light, with wavelengths from 207 nm to 222 nm, can still inactivate bacteria and viruses. But does not penetrate human tissues as deeply as other types of UV light, so your eyes and skin will not be damaged.


Effect on the Eyes

Looking at UV light is as dangerous as looking at the sun directly. UVA, UVB, and UVC light can lead to cataracts, macular degeneration, damage of the retina, and other eye conditions.

Far-UVC light does not penetrate the tear layer as other types of UV light, therefore it's safe to even look into it directly.


We provide consummate FUV/UVC solutions to make the world a safer place to live.


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Infection Control

Customisable infection control solutions for entrances, combining far-UVC and professional sterilisation technologies

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Spatial disinfection

Surface disinfection devices that continuously radiate 222-nm far-UVC light to knock out bacteria and viruses.

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Personal hygiene

A UVC-outfitted air purifier that constantly removes harmful airborne pollutants, bacteria, and viruses

Far-UVC vs UVC

222nm Far-UVC

254nm UVC

Click the button below to further understand about the differences between 
222nm Far-UVC and 254nm UVC light

Inactivates bacteria and viruses


Safe for human 

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Can be used in open spaces and public areas

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Eliminate 99.99% bacteria and viruses

Required dosage will depends on different kinds of microbes 
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No Chemical Contact

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Works with anti-viral coatings


The Most Advanced Disinfection Tool

ERGOSHIELD brings us the most advanced tool for germicidal, The 222nm Far-UVC, making us closer to the life we used to have, through personal disinfection as well as commercial germicidal solutions.

We strive to make ERGOSHIELD a symbol safety and assurance wherever it is seen.

Protective Face Mask

Can it kills COVID-19?

Research has shown Far-UVC light are able to safely inactivates more than 99.9% of coronavirus without harming humans skin and eyes, making it the most efficient method to fight against the pandemic. 

There're some articles below for further information.

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