Air Disinfection

Upper air luminaires ceiling mounted

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

UV-C upper air luminaires disinfect continuously.
Air flows to the upper layers of air in a room by means of natural convection. Once it has been disinfected by the fixtures, it flows back down and mixes with lower air layers in the dressing room.

  • Optimized for low ceiling heights with a minimum of 2.5 meters
  • Deactivates tested pathogens
  • Safety in mind
  • Environmentally friendly
  • The UV-C rays are distributed at device level and above, allowing quiet disinfection of a large volume of air in the upper areas of a room while business activity continues underneath the device’s level. Philips PL-S TUV lamp included: 4×9 W.

The safety reflectors and louvre design of Philips UV-C disinfecting upper air luminaires prevents exposure to the UV-C light source. That means they can be used while people are in the room.


Upper air luminaires wall mounted

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.

looking for Air disinfection solutions?


    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?