A Targeted Far-UVC Approach

AP-UVGI is an acronym for Active Personnel Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation.

  • Data Driven –

  • Results Orientated

  • Research Led –

AP-UVGI is a substitution of human-safe Far-UVC shortwave irradiation replacing conventional biologically harmful longer wavelength mercury-line UVGI and UR-UVGI germicidal ultraviolet-c irradiation. The discovery of a select narrow-band of Far-UVC wavelengths that are safe for human exposure with exceptional germicidal effectiveness makes AP-UVGI the most disruptive technology-based non-pharmaceutical pandemic countermeasure in human history!

Our approach

Medical Transport

If ambulances use Far UVC 222 nm light it will both minimizes the risk of infection to injured patients and helps to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as coronavirus

Operating Room

To prevent the spread of microorganisms in the operating room and to ensure the maximum safety of patients and staff, Far-UVC 222nm light offers a technology solution.

Public Restrooms

Public toilets and sinks are the places where bacteria and virus are always present. For this reason, it has become one of the most dangerous places during the pandemic. Karbomer Far-UVC reduces this problem with powerful 222 nm technology.

Public Transportation

Public transport is the absolute best place to start with mass deployment of Far-UVC light for its very high potential for being a vector of transmission. Far-UVC Lighting can clean air and surfaces in real time for Active Personnel AP-UVGI





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Pros of Quality Far-UVC Light

222nm Band-pass Filters Must Be Used to Remove >230nm For AP-UVGI

Safe for skin and eyes – According to most research, far-UVC products are safe for skin and eyes. Far-UVC does not penetrate the outer layer of skin or eyes, so it doesn’t cause any tissue damage.

Constant disinfection – Because Far-UVC is safe for skin and eyes, products can run constantly.

David Brenner directs the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University, Irving Medical Center in New York City. Over the past eight years, Dr. Brenner and his team have been developing the use of Far-UVC irradiation excilamps. Those lamps neutralize bacteria, bacterial spores, molds, yeasts, and viruses—including SARS-CoV-2.

David Brenner leads the charge for change on a personal note, putting the stamp of approval on filtered versions of excimer lamps emitting between 207nm and 222nm light as safe for deployment in spaces occupied by Active Personnel inside areas undergoing the Far-UVC UVGI decontamination process.

David Brenner, TED Talk: Can light stop the coronavirus?

New 222 nm Far-UVC

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