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Far-UVC (222nm) efficiently inactivates an airborne pathogen in a room sized chamber.

Scientific Reports, Eadie et al, 2022.


No evidence of induced skin cancer or other skin abnormalities after 1 long term (66 weeks) chronic exposure to 222nm far-uvc readiation.

BioRXivl, Welch et al, 2022


Far-UVC Light at 222 nm is Showing Significant Potential to Safely and Efficiently Inactivate Airborne Pathogens in Occupied Indoor Locations

Photochem Photobiol, David J Brenner, 2022.


Inactivation Rates for Airborne Human Coronavirus by Low Doses of 222 nm Far-UVC Radiation.

"Viruses, Welch, el al, 2022.


“Safety of 222 nm UVC Irradiation to the Surgical Site in a Rabbit Model.”

Photchem Photobiol, Fukui et al, 2022.


The bactericidal effect of far-UVC on ESBL-producing Escherichia coli.

American Journal of Infection Control, Fukuda et al, 2022.


​Far UV-C radiation: An emerging tool for pandemic control.

Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, Blatchley III et al, 2022.


Effect of ultraviolet C emitted from KrCl excimer lamp with or without bandpass filter to mouse epidermis.

Plos One, Narita et al, 2022.


New Type of Ultraviolet Light Makes Indoor Air as Safe as Outdoors

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

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