AIOT builds on 40 years of knowledge in light disinfecting spaces, and we are now available to help protect all people and their personnel from viruses and bacteria.

What is UV Radiation

Ultra-Violet (UV) light is invisible to human eyes. It can be subdivided into three categories:

Wavelength (nm)

  • UV-A from 315 to 400 nm→ Used for insect trap & curing 

  • UV-B from 280 to 315 nm→ Used for medical purposes (311 nm)

  • UV-C from 200 to 280 nm → Used for disinfection (254 nm) and organic (185 nm, oxidation with Ozone)

UVC radiations with a specific wavelength of 253.7 nm of bacteria, viruses and spores, meaning that they leave them harmless

For over 40 years the UVC technology has been used in hospitals and public buildings

Until now, There are micro-organisms


UV-C disinfection is a proven technology for over 40 years


UV-C can disinfect surfaces and objects in minutes


All bacteria and viruses tested to date respond to UV-C disinfection


UV-C can be used in numerous applications

Signify and Boston University have validated our light sources’ effectiveness in inactivating the virus that caused COVID-19.

In laboratory testing, our UV-C light sources inactivated 99% of the SARS-CoV-2 virus on a surface with an exposure time

of 25 seconds.

During their research they have treated inoculated material with different doses of UV-C radiation coming from a Signify light source and assessed the inactivation capacity under various conditions.

Based on the data, it was determined that a dose of 22mJ/cm2 will result in a reduction of Research variables available upon request.

UV-C Solutions

Surface Disinfection

UV-C battens with/without sensor

Fixed installation of UV-C luminaries with a control system.

Our design team calculates the required time and dose for disinfection.


  • Partially open equipment safeguard Linear UV-C disinfection luminaire.
  • 5M range microwave sensor with startup delay function for improved safety.
  • Reflector & parabolic lamellas to limit UV – C irradiance in line with sensor
  • detection area to improve safety.
  • Flashing during disinfection cycle to provide visual warning.
  • UVC Philips UVC lamp (253.7nm) , no Ozone.

UV-C Trolley

Ideal for small rooms.

The UV-C trolley disinfects surfaces that are directly exposed to the UV-C light, emitted by the UV-C lamps fitted in the UV-C trolley. The trolley must not be used in the presence of any persons or animals.


Disinfection time 20m2 square area or 36m2 circular area within 30 minutes for one arm trolley, or 15 minutes for two-arm trolley2.

During set up and usage, additional safeguard controls are included:

  • A timer to plan disinfection for a predefined period
  • Remote Control
  • Voice Alarm.

Additional containment safeguards (such as user manual and mounting instruction) should be deployed together with the UV-C trolley in order to ensure that no people or animals are exposed to the UV-C rays.

Air Disinfection

Upper air system

For continuous disinfection, while people are present in the room.

  • The device contains one or several UV-C lamps and electronic ballast

  • The UV-C beam is shaped by a reflector, with or without louvres

  • Louvres allow for a beam shape as horizontal as possible, which avoids reflection on the ceiling. These configurations are used for low ceiling height, as for example offices, standard rooms, etc.

  • Versions without louvre are usually used when there is a wide space to cover between the ceiling and the device, as for example warehouses

  • In both cases, care should be taken to limit the maximum irradiance to 0.2μW/cm2 at the level where people are present. This can be simulated and/or measured on site to ensure maximum safety.

Our design team calculates the required time and dose for disinfection.

Object Disinfection

UV-C chambers

For shared and staff devices.

Ultraviolet (UV-C) sterilization kills viruses and other pathogens by destroying the bacteria’s ability to multiply and spread disease.

The UVC chamber will be available in three variants small, medium, large.

  • Small            UVCC 100 with a height of 450mm (66-liters).
  • Medium       UVCC 200 with a height of 600mm (112-liters).
  • Large            UVCC 300 with a height of 1700 (323 liters).

All the chamber variants are designed for precision to get UV-C exposure from all sides. 4-log disinfection with precise time guidelines ensuring optimized 99.99% disinfection and avoid over-exposure to the object. The chamber optimizes the effectiveness of Philips UV-C lamp (253.7nm).

An effective and safe UV-C chamber for versatile objects. Its application areas are all professional indoor applications for bacteria & virus disinfection.


Disinfection time from 3 min up to 10 min depending on how many objects are inside


  • 4-log disinfection
  • 360-degree UV-C ray coverage


  • Can disinfect objects in a matter of time, minutes to eliminate 99.99% bacteria and viruses with 4-log disinfection (400 J/m2 )

Environment friendly

  • Chemical-free disinfection, No residuals on the object surface
  • No collateral damage to the environment of use
  • Ozone free (Ozone is a poisonous gas; it creates irritation, and especially people with raspatory problems such as asthma should not be exposed)


  • Direct exposure of UV-C is dangerous to living beings, the chamber only starts when the door is securely closed, and the disinfection cycle is activated
  • Auto power off when the chamber is open, ensuring no UV-C exposure to the user


  • Stainless-Steel chamber
  • Sturdy trays to support heavy items up to 6Kgs
  • Easy to use, one-touch operation


With just air and surface in mind, UV-C illumination is a viable disinfection option in various segments across the world.

Are you looking for upper air solutions, surface, HVAC individually or in combination?

For upper Air Disinfection:

    How many people occupy the space?
    Is there any natural ventilation?
    Is there any mechanical ventilation? ( fans …etc. )
    Is There HVAC?
    Is there any ceiling obstruction? ( e.g. adverts or decorations )
    Is there anything on the ceiling that might cause a direct UVC reflection?
    Mounting options?

    For Surface Disinfection:

      Do you have CAD plans, sections, and ceiling plans for the project?
      Do you have 3d shots or current photos for the project?
      Is there a lighting control system?
      How often will disinfection take place?
      How long can the space be closed for disinfection?