Upper air germicidal UV-C light fixture

UV Resources' GLO stand-alone, wall-mounted upper air germicidal UV fixture unit delivers up to 350% more coverage for greater infection control.

02/16/2017


UV Resources' GLO stand-alone, wall-mounted upper air germicidal UV fixture unit delivers up to 350% more coverage for greater infection control. Courtesy: UV ResourcesThe GLO fixture, which stands for Germicidal Light Overhead, delivers up to 350% more irradiance than conventional upper air ultraviolet (UV) systems. This increase in irradiance levels translates to greater UV-C coverage, enabling infection control specialists to treat more area with fewer fixtures, saving both cost and energy. The wall-mounted unit can be easily installed anywhere to destroy airborne viruses, bacteria and mold spores. Frequently used to mitigate the risk of nosocomial infections in health care settings—including surgical suites, emergency room waiting areas, patient rooms, as well as homeless shelters, jails, and prisons— the upper air UV fixture is ideal virtually anywhere there is a threat of infectious diseases.

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