FAR UVC Africa has announced that it has received certification from the CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) for its ground breaking Far-UVC sanitation lighting technology system, to destroy Corona Virus.

Due to the nature of Covid-19, it has proven difficult to manage the spread of the virus in South Africa, and some of the most effective counter-measures are to sanitise, wear masks and socially distance where COVID cases are found.

“Our technology offers a one-of-a-kind real time air and surface sanitation solution. No other product is able to effectively kill SARS-Cov-2 and all other pathogens and bacteria, in the air and on surfaces of occupied spaces with the speed and effectiveness of Far-UVC. Far-UVC light, unlike UV-C light, does not penetrate the skin or eyes, making it 100% safe for humans and animals alike.” says Conrad Kullmann, Managing Director of FAR UVC Africa.

Far-UVC is a technological breakthrough product that causes a physical distraction of viral, bacterial, and fungal cells in a matter of seconds. It is the first of its kind to provide practical and effective countermeasures that are animal and human safe to fight off infectious diseases and pathogens in occupied spaces.

Designed and assembled in South Africa, for the South African market, Far-UVC uses an imported built-in technology that has been used for many years by the healthcare industry to destroy superbugs in hospitals.

Adds Kullmann, “We are determined to help curb the spread of the CoronaVirus by distributing the Far-UVC lighting technology and finding ways to provide a ‘safe zone’ in public and private spaces where the South African public cannot avoid going.”

This technology offers a low maintenance long term sanitisation solution for business and intimate or enclosed public spaces including hospitals, health care centres and healthcare transportation as well as the transportation industry as a whole.

“We cannot deny that Covid-19 has caused tremendous strain and pressure on the healthcare and transportation industry because it is not always possible to socially distance in medical centres, inside healthcare vehicles, buses, taxis and trains; and the amount of ventilation available is not always sufficient to exterminate viruses, and airborne viruses still continue to be spread,” says Kullmann.

Far-UVC lighting provides a safe and effective alternative solution to mitigate virus transmission in such settings.

“By using Far-UVC light sanitising technology, it’s possible to disinfect the whole body within eight seconds. while providing everyone with the peace of mind, of knowing that they are safe and protected,” concludes Kullmann.

FAR UVC Africa provides a finance plan for retailers and business owners who are interested in turning their places of business into a Covid-19 safe zone.

To learn more about FAR UVC Africa, please visit the company website: www.faruvcafrica.com