Data Driven Disinfection

SAFE. simple. VALIDATED.

Data Driven Disinfection

SAFE. simple. VALIDATED.

SteriLumen’s advanced disinfection technologies kill pathogens in the air and on surfaces, enabling businesses to provide safe environments for customers, employees and associates.

Using the proven germicidal power of ultraviolet light, SteriLumen’s advanced disinfection technologies kill pathogens in the air and on surfaces. Our connected, automated, UL listed products provide safe and highly effective disinfection, killing or inactivating human coronavirus strains and other dangerous pathogens as validated in independent laboratory testing.

Disinfection Technologies

Surface Disinfection

Germicidal ultraviolet light in safe and simple designs

Germicidal ultraviolet light in safe and simple designs.

Air Disinfection 

The most advanced medical grade air purifiers on the market

Air Disinfection

Disinfection Technologies

Surface Disinfection

Germicidal ultraviolet light in safe and simple designs

Germicidal ultraviolet light in safe and simple designs.

Air Disinfection 

The most advanced medical grade air purifiers on the market

Air Disinfection

Clarity D3

Efficacy Reporting, Remote Operations, Asset Management

Disinfection Efficacy Reporting

SteriLumen’s connected UVC disinfection platform enables Data Driven Disinfection, providing full visibility into the operation of your devices and assessment of the cleanliness status of your spaces, taking into account operating time, UV radiation dose and intensity.

Independent Laboratory Testing

Independent Laboratory Testing

UVC Independent Lab Testing

SteriLumen disinfection technologies kill pathogens, including the OC43 human coronavirus, an accepted test substitute for SARS-Co-V2, as well as other common healthcare acquired/associated infections (HAIs).

Independent laboratory ResInnova Laboratories, an IAC certified testing organization, tested both the SteriLumen Ribbon and Drain units against C. diff, MRSA, E. coli, and H1N1 in addition to the coronavirus surrogate.