Sterile-Bright Advantage


Although science has long-known UV and Ozone are effective sterilization processes, only Sterile-Bright units combine both capabilities into and exceptionally potent multi-faceted solution.

 

There are many UV technologies currently available, and many more will be introduced.  This is because UV is proven to destroy pathogens like COVID-19.  Units that use fluorescent or mercury vapor UV bulbs have limited power and wavelengths.  Newer technologies use xenon flash bulbs that can generate very high intensity UV-C in the 254nm~257nm wavelength.  These units are usually very expensive, large, and require high maintenance because xenon bulbs do not have a long lifecycle.  These technologies have been mainly used in hospitals with price tags starting above $100,000 per unit.  Absent vacuum UV, xenon technology cannot generate ozone and does not have the penetrating power of UV-A and UV-B, or the effectiveness of far UV-C from 207nm~222nm.

RAPID MICROBE DESTRUCTION FROM UV EXPOSURE
COMPREHENSIVE MICROBE DESTRUCTION FROM OZONE DISPERSION
STERILIZES SURFACES, AIR AND AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
FLEXIBLE FORM FACTOR FROM PERMANENT TO PORTABLE
EXTREMELY ENERGY EFFICIENT AND HIGHLY COST-EFFECTIVE
EXCEPTIONAL LIFECYCLE EXCEEDING 100,000 HOURS
CAN BE CENTRALLY CONTROLLED WITH HOLISTIC DATA COLLECTION
LOW TECHNICAL SKILLS REQUIRED TO OPERATE

FEATURESSTERILE-BRIGHTFLUORESCENTMERCURY VAPORLEDXENONEXICIMER LASER
UV-AYESNONOSOMENONO
UV-BYESNONONONONO
UV-C GERMICIDALYESYESYESNOYESNO
FAR UV-C 207nm~222nmYESNONONONOYES
VACUUM UV 181nm~200nmYESNOSOMENONONO
OZONEYESNONONONONO
100,000-HOUR LIFECYCLEYESNONONONONO
SINGLE BULB 200W AND MOREYESNONONONONO
360° RADIAL UV DISTRIBUTIONYESNONONONONO
SINGLE BULB UP TO 500WYESNONONONONO
SELF-REGULATING OZONEYESNONONONONO

STERILE-BRIGHT™ UV/OZONE VS CHEMICAL TREATMENTS


The COVID-19 pandemic has generated many approaches to sanitizing.  Chemical foggers and wipe-downs have been employed at great expense in time, labor, and materials to control exposure to the virus.  Popular chemicals include Lysol®, Clorox®, hydrogen peroxide, Max Quat® and other branded disinfecting chemicals.  With the exception of hydrogen peroxide, all chemicals leave residues that require substantial time under various humidity and temperature conditions to dissipate.  While many disinfectants are labeled USDA “food grade.”  This refers to  levels of ingestion toxicity, but does not address potential allergic reactions.  With the surge in chemical wipe-downs and fogger deployments has come an increase in complaints, workman’s compensation claims, and other unanticipated problems.  Issues include eye irritation, nose/throat/lung irritation, loss of taste and smell, nausea, dizziness, contact dermatitis, hair loss, hair color changes, skin burning and itching.  A large number of people cannot tolerate the off-gassing (smell) of chemical sanitizers.