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Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI)

UVGI stands for Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation, a method of sterilisation that uses ultraviolet (UV) light. The OZ-AIR® advanced UVGI Systems ensure committed kill rate of air borne bacteria, virus, pathogens and other infections prevailing in the air stream.

At rated average lamp life of 18,000 hours, it provides the longest lamp life in the industry. Integrated with most technologically advanced controlled and motoring system which provides full system details in form of visible indications pertaining to lamp failure, utilization of lamp life and other critical annunciations. The system can be easily integrated with BMS displaying UV intensity, lamp failure alarm and other than this the system can also operate from a remote location.

OZ-AIR® Systems delivers the most powerful, efficient and economical air sterilization units in the market today for HVAC applications.

  • Safe and energy efficient
  • Advanced technology
  • Fully assembled and tested
  • High performance lamp
  • User friendly
  • Easily Integra table
  • Low service requirement
  • Longer lamp life
  • High energy output



Ozone UVGI, or ozone ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, is a disinfection method that combines ultraviolet (UV) light with ozone gas to effectively kill or inactivate microorganisms.

Ozone is generated when UV light reacts with oxygen molecules in the air, forming ozone molecules. These ozone molecules then interact with microorganisms, disrupting their cell walls or metabolic processes, leading to their inactivation or destruction.

Ozone UVGI offers enhanced disinfection capabilities compared to traditional UVGI methods. The combination of UV light and ozone creates a synergistic effect, increasing the efficiency of microbial inactivation. It can be particularly effective in environments where thorough disinfection is crucial.

Ozone UVGI has applications in various settings, including hospitals, laboratories, food processing plants, water treatment facilities, and indoor air purification systems.

While Ozone UVGI can be highly effective for disinfection purposes, it's important to use it with caution. Ozone can be harmful to humans if inhaled in high concentrations, so proper ventilation and safety precautions are necessary when using ozone UVGI systems. Additionally, ozone can degrade certain materials, so compatibility with the materials in the environment being treated should be considered.

One limitation of Ozone UVGI is its potential to degrade certain materials over time. Additionally, because ozone can be harmful to humans, it's essential to ensure that the concentration of ozone in the treated environment remains within safe limits.

Ozone UVGI systems typically require regular maintenance, including cleaning of UV lamps, monitoring ozone levels, and ensuring proper ventilation. It's essential to follow manufacturer guidelines for maintenance to ensure the continued effectiveness and safety of the system.

Regulations and guidelines for the use of Ozone UVGI may vary depending on the jurisdiction and application. It's important to adhere to relevant regulations and industry standards to ensure safe and effective use of Ozone UVGI systems.