You Have Big Decisions...


How do I protect my employees from pathogens?
How do I protect my patients?
How do I make my school safe when the students return?
How do I gain the confidence of my customers?

We Have Big Solutions...


Upper air disinfection units for occupied spaces
Hand-held units for surface and object disinfection
Mobile & ceiling mounted units for unoccupied areas
HVAC units to disinfect the coil and airstream

You Have Big Decisions...


How do I protect my employees from pathogens?
How do I protect my patients?
How do I make my school safe when the students return?
How do I gain the confidence of my customers?

We Have Big Solutions...


Upper air disinfection units for occupied spaces
Hand-held units for surface and object disinfection
Mobile & ceiling mounted units for unoccupied areas
HVAC units to disinfect the coil and airstream

We Have UVC LIGHTS for
Healthcare, HVAC, Commercial Kitchen
and Water Treatment Applications

We Have UV-C LIGHTS for
Healthcare, HVAC, Commercial Kitchen
and Water Treatment Applications

We Have UVC LIGHTS for
Healthcare,  HVAC,
Commercial Kitchen
& Water Treatment
Applications


From the waiting room to the operating room, UVC light is being used to kill viruses and bacteria in healthcare settings and reduce HAIs and SSIs. We offer top-of-the-line devices for occupied and unoccupied spaces. Our wall-mounted upper air units work overhead in waiting rooms, exam rooms and other occupied spaces, disinfecting the top-layer of air in the area. As the air in the room circulates, it enters the disinfection zone where microorganisms are inactivated, including MDROs. We offer a complete Operating Room Disinfection Package or you can purchase the overhead fixtures and door barrier UV lights separately. Our state of the art ARTZ 2.0® Mobile Room UVC Germicidal Solution can be moved wherever disinfection is needed.


From the waiting room to the operating room, UVC light is being used to kill viruses and bacteria in healthcare settings and reduce HAIs and SSIs. We offer top-of-the-line devices for occupied and unoccupied spaces. Our wall-mounted upper air units work overhead in waiting rooms, exam rooms and other occupied spaces, disinfecting the top-layer of air in the area. As the air in the room circulates, it enters the disinfection zone where microorganisms are inactivated, including MDROs. We offer a complete Operating Room Disinfection Package or you can purchase the overhead fixtures and door barrier UV lights separately. Our state of the art ARTZ 2.0® Mobile Room UVC Germicidal Solution can be moved wherever disinfection is needed.


Our UVC lights for HVAC applications fall into 2 basic categories. The first is lights designed to disinfect the evaporator coil and drain pan inside the air handler. This is an area that is very susceptible to organic growth. Using UVC light on the coil reduces the need for coil cleanings and keeps the coil clean, sanitized and odor-free. The second category is in-duct air stream UVC lights. These units are designed to disinfect the air as it passes through the light field in the air ducts or plenum. This basically turns your HVAC system into a giant air purifier and improves indoor air quality.  


Used overseas for years and starting to catch on in the US, UVC light is used to break down grease inside commercial kitchen exhaust hoods. A combination of UVC light and ozone converts the grease into water and CO2. The water is evaporated and vents out with the CO2 through the exhaust vent. This process eliminates odors and minimizes expensive and messy exhaust hood cleanings while also reducing fire hazards.



These units bring the power of UV-C disinfection to your water system. Sizes available for under-sink single faucet treatment (2 GPM) or whole-house treatment (10-20 GPM). Destroys viruses and bacteria that may be resistant to chemical treatment. Will not change color, odor or taste of water. Designed for residential and light commercial applications. These fixtures perform like high-end industrial water treatment fixtures without the costly, sophisticated technology and related accessories that are simply unnecessary in residential applications.


Used overseas for years and starting to catch on in the US, UVC light is used to break down grease inside commercial kitchen exhaust hoods. A combination of UVC light and ozone converts the grease into water and CO2. The water is evaporated and vents out with the CO2 through the exhaust vent. This process eliminates odors and minimizes expensive and messy exhaust hood cleanings while also reducing fire hazards.


These units bring the power of UV-C disinfection to your water system. Sizes available for under-sink single faucet treatment (2 GPM) or whole-house treatment (10-20 GPM). Destroys viruses and bacteria that may be resistant to chemical treatment. Will not change color, odor or taste of water. Designed for residential and light commercial applications. These fixtures perform like high-end industrial water treatment fixtures without the costly, sophisticated technology and related accessories that are simply unnecessary in residential applications.


When choosing a UVC light, be sure to choose a manufacturer that will be around year after year to provide quality bulb replacements. All too often, buyers regret buying cheap, plastic units made overseas when it comes time to replace the bulb and no replacements can be found. This section of the site contains replacement bulbs for every product that we sell. Our manufacturer has been making UV lights and bulbs since 1960. We will be here with replacement bulbs and parts whenever you need them. We recommend changing bulbs once per year on most units (See individual product pages for the exact bulb replacement recommendations.)


When choosing a UVC light, be sure to choose a manufacturer that will be around year after year to provide quality bulb replacements. All too often, buyers regret buying cheap, plastic units made overseas when it comes time to replace the bulb and no replacements can be found. This section of the site contains replacement bulbs for every product that we sell. Our manufacturer has been making UV lights and bulbs since 1960. We will be here with replacement bulbs and parts whenever you need them. (See individual product pages for the recommended bulb replacement times.)


Quick Links to Our Most Popular UV-C Lights...

Quick Links to
Our Most Popular
UV-C Lights...

Quick Links to Our
Most Popular UV-C Lights...

UV-C Lights for Healthcare

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UV-C Lights for HVAC (On Coil & In-Duct)

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Is UV Light Safe?

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Does UVC Light "Kill" Germs?

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UV-C Lights for HVAC (On Coil, In-Duct, Surface)

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With UVC Lights...You Really Do
GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!

Our UVC lights are not cheap either in price or quality. They are commercial-grade products that are used in industrial, commercial and healthcare applications. Usually available only through professional channels, we are pleased to offer them online to all consumers. But be forewarned...we do not compete in price with imported knockoffs that can be purchased on marketplace sites for $50.00. These products are more like toys than the professional UV light fixtures that we sell. If you've come to this site, you are probably a savvy purchaser that already knows this. But, below are some specific reasons why our products stand out from the pack. Our UVC lights are not cheap and we are proud of that!                                                     
                                                                            -UV Light Solutions

The Competition:

        Cheap, plastic housings that warp and crack over time
        Cheap, low intensity bulbs that last 6 months
        Lights in varying wavelengths which may not be germicidal
        Cheap ballasts that burn out after 1 year
        No replacement bulbs or parts available
        Made with inferior imported bulbs and components
        Throw-away, toy-like quality
        No customer support after the sale

UV Light Solutions:

      Stainless steel housings that last forever
      Quality High-Output (HO) bulbs that last 2 years
      Germicidal lights in peak 254 nm wavelength
      Commercial grade ballasts w/ 5 year warranty
      Replacement bulbs and parts in stock
      Made in US with quality parts and workmanship
      Professional-grade, the same UV lights used by industries
      Excellent customer service after the sale

Is UV-C Light Safe?

Humans and pets should avoid prolonged direct exposure to UV-C light. Our products are used in areas where humans do not contact the light, like inside your HVAC system or in the top layer of air (7 feet and higher) in an occupied room. Direct exposure results in temporary skin redness and eye irritation.  Unlike some UV-C lights, our HVAC and Healthcare lights DO NOT produce ozone, a gas that is harmful to humans and pets. Avoid touching UV-C bulbs as the oil from our skin can cause a "hot spot" and reduce the bulb's lifespan.

UV or UV-C?

Although often used interchangeably, UV light and UV-C light have different definitions. Ultraviolet (or UV) light falls in the electromagnetic spectrum between visible light and X-rays with a wavelength from 10 nm to 400 nm. The sun emits three different types of UV light: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-C light (200-280 nm) has the shortest wavelength and the highest energy. It is powerful enough to inactivate microorganisms. So, UV is a broad term whereas UV-C is a specific germicidal type of UV light.  We generally use the term "UV-C light" on this website but use the more common "UV light" in our marketing and advertising.

What about WATTS?

Most UVC lamp sellers focus on wattage. They propagate the thinking that the higher the lamp wattage, the more powerful the germicidal effects of the unit. However, the lamp wattage stats show how much power the lamp uses. What is much more important is the lamp OUTPUT or intensity, which is measured in units of microwatts per square centimeter. Our lamps are rated to produce 11.7 microwatts/cm2 per linear inch of lamp arc length at a distance of one meter. This output has been independently tested in airstreams of 400 feet per minute velocities at temperatures of 45 degrees F (replicating the real life conditions inside an air handler). So, keep in mind that UVC light is about time and intensity, not just energy usage in watts.  

With UV-C Lights...You Really Do GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!

                              Our UV-C lights are not cheap either in price or quality. They are commercial-grade products that are used in
                              industrial, commercial and healthcare applications. Usually available only through professional channels, we are
                              pleased to offer them online to all consumers. But be forewarned...we do not compete in price with imported
                              knockoffs that can be purchased on marketplace sites for $100.00. These products are more like toys than the
                              professional UV-C light fixtures that we sell.
If you've come to this site, you are probably a savvy purchaser that
                              already knows this. But, below are some specific reasons why our products stand out from the pack.
                              Our UV-C lights are not cheap and we are proud of that!                                                     
                                                                                                                                                                  -UV Light Solutions

            The Competition:

                  Cheap, plastic housings that warp and crack over time
                  Cheap, low intensity bulbs that last 6 months
                  Lights in varying wavelengths which may not be germicidal
                  Cheap ballasts that burn out after 1 year
                  No replacement bulbs or parts available
                  Made with inferior imported bulbs and components
                  Throw-away, toy-like quality
                  No customer support after the sale

    UV Light Solutions:

      Stainless steel housings that last forever
      Quality High-Output (HO) bulbs that last 2 years
      Germicidal lights in peak 254 nm wavelength
      Commercial grade ballasts w/ 5 year warranty
      Replacement bulbs and parts in stock
      Made in US with quality parts and workmanship
      Professional-grade, the same UV-C lights used by industries
      Excellent customer service after the sale

Is UV-C Light Safe?

Humans and pets should avoid prolonged direct exposure to UV-C light. Our products are used in areas where humans do not contact the light, like inside your HVAC system or in the top layer of air (7 feet and higher) in an occupied room. Direct exposure results in temporary skin redness and eye irritation.  Unlike some UV-C lights, our HVAC and Healthcare lights DO NOT produce ozone, a gas that is harmful to humans and pets. Avoid touching UV-C bulbs as the oil from our skin can cause a "hot spot" and reduce the bulb's lifespan.

UV or UV-C?

Although often used interchangeably, UV light and UV-C light have different definitions. Ultraviolet (or UV) light falls in the electromagnetic spectrum between visible light and X-rays with a wavelength from 10 nm to 400 nm. The sun emits three different types of UV light: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-C light (200-280 nm) has the shortest wavelength and the highest energy. It is powerful enough to inactivate microorganisms. So, UV is a broad term whereas UV-C is a specific germicidal type of UV light.  We generally use the term "UV-C light" on this website but use the more common "UV light" in our marketing and advertising.

What about WATTS?

Most UVC lamp sellers focus on wattage. They propagate the thinking that the higher the lamp wattage, the more powerful the germicidal effects of the unit. However, the lamp wattage stats show how much power the lamp uses. What is much more important is the lamp OUTPUT or intensity, which is measured in units of microwatts per square centimeter. Our lamps are rated to produce 11.7 microwatts/cm2 per linear inch of lamp arc length at a distance of one meter. This output has been independently tested in airstreams of 400 feet per minute velocities at temperatures of 45 degrees F (replicating the real life conditions inside an air handler). So, keep in mind that UVC light is about time and intensity, not just energy usage in watts.    

UV-C Lights for HVAC (On Coil & In-Duct)

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With UVC Lights...
You Really Do
GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!

Our UVC lights are not cheap either in price or quality. They are commercial-grade products that are used in industrial, commercial and healthcare applications. Usually available only through professional channels, we are pleased to offer them online to all consumers. But be forewarned...we do not compete in price with imported knockoffs that can be purchased on marketplace sites for $100.00. These products are more like toys than the professional UV light fixtures that we sell. If you've come to this site, you are probably a savvy purchaser that already knows this. But, below are some specific reasons why our products stand out from the pack.

Our UVC lights are not cheap and we are proud of that!                                                                                                                                                                          -UV Light Solutions

The Competition:

    Cheap, plastic housings that warp and crack
    Cheap, low intensity bulbs that last 6 months
    Lights in wavelengths that are not germicidal
    Cheap ballasts that burn out after 1 year
    No replacement bulbs or parts available
    Made with inferior bulbs and components
    Throw-away, toy-like quality
    No customer support after the sale

UV Light Solutions:

  Stainless steel housings that last forever
  Quality High-Output (HO) bulbs that last 2 years
  Germicidal lights in peak 254 nm wavelength
  Commercial grade ballasts w/ 5 year warranty
  Replacement bulbs and parts in stock
  Made in US with quality parts and workmanship
  Professional-grade UV lights used by industries
  Excellent customer service after the sale

Is UV-C Light Safe?

Humans and pets should avoid prolonged direct exposure to UV-C light. Our products are used in areas where humans do not contact the light, like inside your HVAC system or in the top layer of air (7 feet and higher) in an occupied room. Direct exposure results in temporary skin redness and eye irritation.  Unlike some UV-C lights, our HVAC and Healthcare lights DO NOT produce ozone, a gas that is harmful to humans and pets. Avoid touching UV-C bulbs as the oil from our skin can cause a "hot spot" and reduce the bulb's lifespan.

UV or UV-C?

Although often used interchangeably, UV light and UV-C light have different definitions. Ultraviolet (or UV) light falls in the electromagnetic spectrum between visible light and X-rays with a wavelength from 10 nm to 400 nm. The sun emits three different types of UV light: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-C light (200-280 nm) has the shortest wavelength and the highest energy. It is powerful enough to inactivate microorganisms. So, UV is a broad term whereas UV-C is a specific germicidal type of UV light.  We generally use the term "UV-C light" on this website but use the more common "UV light" in our marketing and advertising.

What about WATTS?

Most UVC lamp sellers focus on wattage. They propagate the thinking that the higher the lamp wattage, the more powerful the germicidal effects of the unit. However, the lamp wattage stats show how much power the lamp uses. What is much more important is the lamp OUTPUT or intensity, which is measured in units of microwatts per square centimeter. Our lamps are rated to produce 11.7 microwatts/cm2 per linear inch of lamp arc length at a distance of one meter. This output has been independently tested in airstreams of 400 feet per minute velocities at temperatures of 45 degrees F (replicating the real life conditions inside an air handler). So, keep in mind that UVC light is about time and intensity, not just energy usage in watts.  

NEWS:

UltraViolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) vs BI-POLAR IONIZATION (BPI)...
An Open Letter from Scientists

In a letter dated April 21, 2021, a group of respected scientists appealed to school district facility managers and administration leadership to choose UVGI system over Bi-Polar Ionization system to protect students from viruses and bacteria. SEE LETTER HERE
The letter states this technology is unproven, untested and potentially harmful over time. It goes on to say, "The widely used removal mechanisms occur by electrically charging particles using corona wires, pins or needles, with plasma (positive and/or negative ions formed by charging major components of air as well as pollutant molecules), or by photocatalytic oxidation. The design of the system may create one or more reactive oxygen species (ROS), ozone, hydroxyl radicals, superoxide anions, gaseous hydrogen peroxide, and others."
The letter suggests, "The proven measures that should be taken to address airborne transmission risk include properly sized and maintained ventilation (mechanical and natural), mechanical filtration (including portable HEPA filter units), and germicidal ultraviolet light systems. Such measures are practical and often can be easily implemented; many are not costly, particularly when assessed on a per student basis. Even without the relief aid dollars many are inexpensive enough to be funded with capital outlay dollars instead of passing a bond."