How do I know if UV BRILLIANCE disinfection services and products fits our company or industry needs?
Our products are intended to be used in places wherever people gather. Among many industries, our right-sized units work perfectly inside hospitals, nursing homes, schools, cruise ships, grocery stores, restaurants, food service industries, large and small retail shops, hotels, mass transit, commercial office spaces and more.
At the heart of our products is the UV Light Engine, protected by patents from Violet Defense™. The lenses, made of a UV transmissive polymer, and are in direct and immediate contact with a Xenon lamp, the source of UV-C, UV-B and UV-A. This patented design allows significant UV energy transmission, without the fogging, cracking or discoloration that occurs over time with non-UV transmissive lens materials.
Broad Spectrum of Light Optimizes Effects
UV BRILLIANCE, powered by Violet Defense™ technology, represent a significant breakthrough in germicidal protection for the world. Violet Defense™ technology solution uses a powerful, broad-spectrum light, including germicidal UV-C, UV-B and anti-bacterial UV-A to optimize their germ-killing efficiency.
UV-C is most traditionally referred to as germicidal UV with the ability to kill bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungus.
UV-A and UV-B light causes oxidation of proteins and lipids causing cell death.
Broad band UV lamps have also been shown to inhibit photo-reactivation, the process that can result in self-repair of damaged microbes.
Anti-Bacterial Properties of Violet-Blue Light
Blue light in the 405 nm to 470 nm wavelengths has been shown to be able to have up to 100% bacterial suppression over the proper intervals.
The blue light causes photoexcitation of endogenous porphyrins that leads to the generation of reactive oxygen species, which are toxic to bacterial cells.
By combining these wavelengths, Violet Defense’s technology maximizes the dosage of the germ-killing light delivered. To learn more about the effectiveness of UV light, explore environmental and infection control studies in our research compendium.