UV Sanitization


Ultraviolet radiation (UV) is well-known for its antiviral effect, with the short-wave UVC band providing a strong germicidal effect. In the context of the global spread of Covid-19, effective disinfection techniques like UVC purification are essential.

UVC purification has a long history in cleaning room air, offering good results due to air's low absorption coefficient, which allows UVC to effectively target microorganisms.

Why we should use UV Sanitization:

This method is chemical-free and highly efficient at disinfecting surfaces against harmful microorganisms, aligning with the increasing demand for eco-friendly cleaning services.

UVC disinfection effectively combats microorganisms and destroys their DNA, contributing to a healthier and safer environment. This aligns with the principles of green facility management and sustainable property management.

Ultraviolet treatment is a physical mechanism that quickly and effectively inactivates microorganisms. Its efficiency extends to all high-touch areas such as tabletops, workstations, phones, armchairs, doors, cabinet handles, light switches, etc., making it a vital tool in environmentally friendly facility solutions.

Incorporating UVC sanitization into regular cleaning protocols can significantly enhance the overall hygiene and safety of various environments, making it a key component in the modern approach to facility management and maintenance.

The Main Application Areas


drinking water

waste water

drinking water

Water coolers

process water

Spas and
swimming pools


Fish ponds
and aquariums




Usage Of Nightingale Autonomous Disinfection Unit:
  • Vulnerable to outbreaks of respiratory infection and older residents are at risk of severe disease.
  • This technique employs the germicidal properties of ultraviolet-C (UVC).
  • It has been utilized in the decontamination of water, air, and various surfaces.
  • In the hospital setting, UVC systems are used to disinfect objects which cannot be immersed in liquid biocides as well as for disinfecting high-touch surfaces.
  • Cleaning of holding areas, canteen areas, frequently touched surfaces.
  • When social distancing measures breakdown in a busy environment, the risk of workforce transmission can increase.
  • Regular use of NIGHTINGALE can reduce the risk of workplace transmission.
  • Visitors and staff are the primary points of entry for infection into an establishment.
  • This brings increased risk to the community.
  • With so many surface points of contacts, it is extremely challenging to effectively deep clean on a daily basis.
  • Regular use of NIGHTINGALE can reduce the risks of community transmission.
  • Hospitality proves to be a difficult challenge for business both large and small.
  • NIGHTINGALE can form part of COVID Work-safe Plan.
  • Cleaning common areas, POS, bar areas and surfaces.
  • Correction Facilities present a challenge regarding infection control.
  • Inmates are near each other at certain times every day.
  • Disinfecting visitor areas, staff rooms, food halls and common areas can reduce the risk of transmission.
  • Educational Facilities present a challenge with infection control.
  • Due to high volumes of students and difficulty maintaining social distancing, disinfecting classrooms, visitor areas, staff rooms, food halls and common areas can reduce the risk of transmission.
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