UVC Technology

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What is UVC & How does it work?

  • The ultraviolet spectrum is divided into three types: UV-A, UV-B, UV-C
  • UV-C light at 254 nm is extremely effective in breaking down the DNA and RNA of micro-organisms
  • Post UVC treatment, the pathogens cannot replicate and spread diseases
  • UVC light energy is proven to be effective against a spectrum of pathogens – Bacteria, Algae, Fungi and Viruses
  • Effective treatment can guarantee a 99.9% disinfection rate and can reduce the spread of COVID-19 virus

A Step Into a Better Tomorrow

The application of UV light for air disinfection has been an accepted practice since the mid-20th century; this involves micro organisms floating freely within the air of a room being treated by UVC radiation. 

This is far more effective than the conventional means for disinfecting air which are generally ineffective. UVC Air disinfection will lead to a substantial reduction of airborne organisms.

UVC light energy source at 254 m is proven to be very effective against a broad spectrum of microbial agents including bacteria, algae, fungi, and viruses.

This shorter-wavelength, higher-energy UVC category is very strongly absorbed by most organic materials and these rays disrupt the DNA of the micro-organisms, preventing them from reproducing, and thereby killing them.

Several options for UV-C light sterilizers are readily available for standalone, on-coil, in-duct or in-room applications.

Applications of UVC

One of the three types of invisible light rays (together with Ultraviolet A and Ultraviolet B) given off by the sun. Although Ultraviolet C is the most dangerous type of Ultraviolet light in terms of its potential to harm life on earth, it cannot penetrate earth’s protective ozone layer.

UVC light energy source at 254 m is proven to be very effective against a broad spectrum of microbial agents including bacteria, algae, fungi, and viruses.

The shorter-wavelength, higher-energy UVC category is very  strongly absorbed by most organic materials.


UVC energy inactivates viral, bacterial, and fungal organisms so they are unable to replicate and potentially cause disease. UVC energy disrupts the deoxyribonucleixc acid (DNA) of wide range of microorganisms, rendering them totally harmless.

Early work established that the most effective UV wavelength range for inactivation of microorganisms is between 220 and 280 nm. The standard source of UVC in commercial systems is low-pressure mercury vapor lamps, which emit mainly near-optimal 253.7 nm UVC.

UVC technology for everyday situations. ​

We are always faced with the risk of bacterial and viral infection in places where many people are on the move such as on public transport, in offices and restaurants, and even in our homes.

Stavior provide UVC solutions with a high disinfection effect all over the world with the goal of achieving a world in which everyone can live each day safely and securely.


There are various spots where risk of infection is present in places where many people visit such as office buildings, supermarkets and hospitals. There are risks due to bacteria and viruses on objects many people touch such as merchandise on supermarket shelves, elevator buttons, escalator belts, tables and chairs, and of course droplet infection during conversation.

At Home

Bacteria and viruses also lurk in our homes where we relax and unwind. The risk of infection increases when ventilation is poor inside rooms with limited space. Using measures to eliminate bacteria in spaces and on objects shared by the family such as the bathroom, toilet, door knobs and TV remote controls provides us with peace of mind in our daily life.


Especially on buses and trains that easily fill with people during the morning and evening work commute period. There are numerous risks of infection, not just from droplet infection but also from touching hand rails, windows and ticket machines. Many places exists that we touch with our hands such as handles and door knobs on private cars, car-sharing vehicles and taxis such that it is necessary to take measures against bacteria and viruses.

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