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    Disinfection with
    the power of light

    Effective for air, surfaces, objects and water

    The quality of the air we breathe, the cleanness of surfaces and objects we touch, and the purity of water we drink have a profound effect on our health and well-being. We’re all at risk of contracting and spreading viruses and bacteria, especially in busy public areas like the shops, offices, factories,  bars or restaurants, schools, museums and on public transport.

    UV-C radiation is a known disinfectant for air, water and surfaces that can help mitigate the risk of acquiring an infection and has been used extensively for more than 40 years1. All bacteria and viruses tested to date (many hundreds over the years, including various coronaviruses) respond to UV-C disinfection2. In laboratory testing, Signify’s UV-C light sources reduced SARS-CoV-2 virus infectivity on a surface to below detectable levels in as few as 9 seconds3. A clear indication that UV-C light can play a valuable part in your protection strategy.

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    range of Philips UV-C lamps, luminaires, devices, control systems and services
    Over the past 35 years we’ve developed strong UV-C application expertise. It has allowed us to develop a broad range of effective UV-C lamps, luminaires, devices, control systems and services. These can be used in a variety of air, surface, object and water disinfection applications. Our new luminaire range includes upper air luminaires that disinfect passing air, open UV-C luminaires and UV-C trolleys that disinfect rooms and locations when no-one is present, and UV-C chambers that disinfect objects.

    Application areas


    Philips UV-C luminaires with UV-C lamp systems neutralize micro-organisms, reducing the risk of contracting or spreading viruses and bacteria in a wide range of applications:
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    Retail

    Disinfecting shopping carts, shelves and counters
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    Hair and beauty salons

    Disinfect client rooms, floor, mirror, chair, counter surfaces and other sensitive areas
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    Schools

    Disinfect classroom walls, floors, desks and surfaces
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    Office

    Disinfect work rooms, meeting spaces and corridors
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    Banking

    Disinfect counters, cash machines and work surfaces
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    Hospitality

    Disinfect guest rooms, reception areas and health club facilities
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    Food outlets

    Disinfect preparation surfaces and equipment 
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    Washrooms

    Disinfect vanity units, basins and mirrors
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    Transportation

    Disinfect interior and exterior surfaces of different vehicles and passengers' waiting spaces

    UV-C disinfection luminaires overview

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    UV-C disinfection air unit


    The Philips UV-C air unit is a neat and unintrusive air-disinfection unit suitable for a wide range of indoor applications.
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    UV-C disinfection mini-chamber


    The Philips mini UV-C chamber is a compact and convenient unit suitable for the disinfection of personal belongings.
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    UV-C disinfection batten


    UV-C batten TMS160 is suitable for a wide range of applications. Designed for the disinfection of radiated surfaces.
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    UV-C disinfection upper air wall mounted


    Philips UV-C disinfection upper air wall mounted is designed to be installed on walls for the disinfection of air in a wide range of applications.
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    UV-C disinfection upper air ceiling mounted


    Philips UV-C disinfection upper air ceiling mounted is designed to be installed on false ceilings for the disinfection of air in a wide range of applications.
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    UV-C disinfection chamber  


    Philips UV-C disinfection chamber (available in three variants) is used for disinfection of items like cell phones, handhelds and other everyday objects by destroying the bacteria's ability to multiply and spread disease. 
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    UV-C disinfection trolley


    The Philips UV-C disinfection trolley is designed to disinfect professional surfaces within a coverage of 20m2 square area or 36m2 circular area depending on the type of trolley selected.
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    UV-C disinfection linear luminaire with sensor


    The Philips UV-C disinfection linear luminaire with sensor provides universal UV-C irradiance with homogenous distribution.

    Safety first

    Philips Dynalite UV-C control system for surface disinfection
    The Philips Dynalite UV-C control system for surface disinfection is designed to enable operation of UV-C solutions in a safer way. The control system’s multiple mechanical and network safeguards help prevent exposure to harmful UV rays while at the same time applying the appropriate UV-C dosage.

    UV-C disinfection lamps overview 

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    Air disinfection

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    Surface disinfection

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    Object disinfection

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    Water purification

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    Correct usage


    UV-C lighting presents minimum risk when used in the correct way. Direct exposure to UV-C is dangerous. The lighting must always be installed with adequate shields and safeguards (such as presence detection sensors or timers) to avoid light damage and severe injuries to the eyes and skin. The UV-C disinfection luminaires we provide without such safeguards are intended only to be used as components in disinfection systems that contain any safeguards indicated, but not limited to, those specified in mounting instructions and user manuals.

    Philips UV-C disinfection luminaires must only be sold by Signify or through qualified partners, and installed by qualified professionals according to our stringent safety and legal requirements.

    None of our UV-C lamps are certified or approved as a medical device anywhere in the world, and should not be used as such. They should never be used in applications or activities that may cause and/or lead to death, personal injury and/or damage to the environment. Plants and/or materials that are exposed to higher dosages of UV-C may become damaged and/or discolored.

    1. EPA Report, “Building Retrofits for Increased Protection Against Airborne Chemical and Biological Releases” Pg. 56 ​
    2. Fluence (UV Dose) Required to Achieve Incremental Log Inactivation of Bacteria, Protozoa, Viruses and Algae Revised, updated and expanded by Adel Haji Malayeri, Madjid Mohseni, Bill Cairns and James R. Bolton. With earlier contributions by Gabriel Chevrefils (2006) and Eric Caron (2006) With peer review by Benoit Barbeau, Harold Wright (1999) and Karl G. Linden
    3. Nadia Storm et al, Rapid and complete inactivation of SARS-CoV-2 by ultraviolet-C irradiation, 2020. Report available at https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-79600-8. The UV-C irradiance used in this study was 0.849 mW/cm2.