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Disinfection Lighting

Hospitals have been utilizing ultra-violet (UV) germicidal lighting to protect against viruses, bacteria, and fungi for years. The UV light spectrum is divided into UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. In more recent years, manufacturer’s have fine-tuned microbial lighting to disinfect air and surfaces for a variety of industries using combinations of these rays. With so many choices available, which is best to protect the people at your facility?

Disinfection Lighting Options?

Manufacturing partner Puro™ offers several solutions making UV disinfection technology accessible to organizations with any size budget.


Helo Fixtures – whole room coverage of full spectrum UV allows for disinfecting and entire room with the flip of a switch or with Puro’s programming capabilities, schedule your entire facility overnight.


Sentry Mobile – miniaturization of high intensity full spectrum UV allows for mobile versions that can disinfect a room at any time.


Continuous UV-C Disinfection Lamps – now there’s a safer, faster, and more effective solution for your air handling units. A single Helo fixture is lab verified to kill 99.9% of bacterial and fungal growth up to 6.5 feet away in 1-2 hours. Click here to learn more about Puro’s approach to air handling units.

Common Disinfection Lighting Applications?

  • Hospitals
  • Senior Living Facilities
  • Commercial Office Buildings
  • Multi-Family Common Areas
  • Gyms and Recreational Facilities
  • Schools and Day Care Centers
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Contact your Bay Lighting representative directly or call 301-858-9494 for more information about disinfection lighting.
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