Avoiding Airborne Infections caused by virus & bacterias with our Upper Room UVC fixtures

Highest Registered Efficacy Avoiding Airborne Infections

Inactivating virus and bacteria in the air we breathe with our Upper Room ultraviolet disinfection fixtures.

With our fixtures we get full indoor air disinfection while people is present, with no need to interfere in building normal activities.
This is specially relevant in offices, schools, hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, as in any other indoor space where persons gather.

How it works?

Our Upper Room Air Purification Fixtures are installed on the upper side of rooms, delivering Ultraviolet C Light precisely just in this upper zone.

The Indoor Air we breathe carries pathogens coming from people coughing, sneezing, talking and breathing in that indoor space. Furthermore, Indoor Air moves up and down in the room in a convective way, contributing to virus, bacteria and fungus dispersion all over the room.
When this infectious air goes up, it reaches the UVc Light emitted by our fixtures at the upper zone, inactivating airborne microorganisms in just seconds.

Safe system suitable with people

Our Upper Room Air Purifier Fixtures, emit Ultraviolet C Light with efficacy and safety, just in the Upper Zone, inactivating airborne viruses, bacteria and fungus, in seconds, and with no affection for people present indoor. No need to take people out while disinfecting the air.

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Avoids airborne infections

Air disinfection system which reduces airborne infections among persons. Scientifically Evidenced

Safe in presence of people

Properly Installed, Completely Safe

Deactivates Pathogens

Deactivates viruses and bacteria as influenza, coronavirus SARS, measles, chickenpox, tuberculosis, etc.

Environmentally friendly

Energy efficient.

Highest Registered Efficacy avoiding airborne infections among people in real settings

Indoor Airborne Viruses and Bacteria, which come from infected persons, can be breath by non infected persons sharing the same indoor space, with subsequent risk of infection development. Examples of this fact are found in Airborne Diseases as Influenza, Measles, SARS Coronavirus, MERS, Tuberculosis, Chickenpox and Pneumonia, among many others.
Our Upper Room Ultraviolet Fixtures, purify the whole Indoor Air Volume directly and continuously, reducing contagions between persons by providing Healthy Indoor Air.

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Upper Air Disinfection Fixtures.


Precise Installation-Right Dosimetry-Best Results.


Indoor Air Disinfection-Covid 19.

Scientific and Medical Institutions which recognize the efficacy of the Upper Room ultraviolet germicidal irradiation system for  Air Disinfection


  • Who Guidelines on Tuberculosis Infection Prevention & Control 2019
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US). Environmental control for tuberculosis: basic upper-room ultraviolet germicidal irradiation guidelines for healthcare settings. Atlanta: CDC, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (US); 2009. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 2009-105.
  • IES Committee Report: Germicidal Ultraviolet (GUV) – Frequently Asked Questions. IES Standards Committee April 15, 2020 as a Transaction of the Illuminating Engineering Society. ISBN 978-0-87995-389-8
  • Institutional Tuberculosis Transmission. Controlled Trial of Upper Room Ultraviolet Air Disinfection: A Basis for New Dosing Guidelines.
    ORCID ID: 0000-0002-5323-3196 (E.A.N.).
  • CIE Technical Report: Ultraviolet Air Disinfection. CIE 155:2003
  • ASHRAE Position Document on Airborne Infectious Diseases. 2020
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  • Nardell EA, Bucher SJ, Brickner PW, Wang C, Vincent RL, Becan-McBride K, et al. Safety of upper-room ultraviolet germicidal air disinfection for room occupants: results from the Tuberculosis Ultraviolet Shelter Study. Public Health Rep 2008;123:52-60.
  • American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists. Industrial ventilation: a manual of recommended practice. 24th Cincinnati: ACGIH;2001.