Publicaciones científicas sobre la seguridad y efectividad.


No evidence of induced Skin Cancer or Other Skin Abnormalities after long-term (66 week) chronic exposure to 222-nm Far-UVC Radiation

Far-UVC efficiently inactivates an airborne pathogen in a room-sized chamber

UV Inactivation of SARS-CoV-2 across the UVC Spectrum: KrCl Excimer, Mercury-Vapor, and Light-Emitting-Diode (LED) Sources

Computer Modeling Indicates Dramatically Less DNA Damage from Far-UVC Krypton Chloride Lamps (222 nm) than from Sunlight Exposure

Pilot study on the decontamination efficacy of an installed 222-nm ultraviolet disinfection device (Care222™), with a motion sensor, in a shared bathroom

Disinfection capabilities of a 222 nm wavelength ultraviolet lighting device: a pilot study

Extreme Exposure to Filtered Far-UVC: A Case Study

Exposure of Human Skin Models to KrCl Excimer Lamps: The Impact of Optical Filtering

Predicting airborne coronavirus inactivation by far-UVC in populated rooms using a high-fidelity coupled radiation-CFD model

Effectiveness of 222-nm ultraviolet light on disinfecting SARS-CoV-2 surface contamination

Exploratory clinical trial on the safety and bactericidal effect of 222-nm ultraviolet C irradiation in healthy humans

Harmless Effects of Sterilizing 222-nm far-UV Radiation on Mouse Skin and Eye Tissues

Long-term Effects of 222-nm ultraviolet radiation C Sterilizing Lamps on Mice Susceptible to Ultraviolet Radiation

Far-UVC light (222 nm) efficiently and safely inactivates airborne human coronaviruses

Further evidence that far-UVC for disinfection is unlikely to cause erythema or pre‐mutagenic DNA lesions in skin

Ultraviolet C light with wavelength of 222 nm inactivates a wide spectrum of microbial pathogens

Evaluation of acute corneal damage induced by 222-nm and 254-nm ultraviolet light in Sprague-Dawley rats

Chronic irradiation with 222-nm UVC light induces neither DNA damage nor epidermal lesions in mouse skin, even at high doses

Far-UVC light prevents MRSA infection of superficial wounds in vivo

Far-UVC light: A new tool to control the spread of airborne-mediated microbial diseases

Disinfection and healing effects of 222-nm UVC light on methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection in mouse wounds

Germicidal Efficacy and Mammalian Skin Safety of 222-nm UV Light

207-nm UV Light-A Promising Tool for Safe Low-Cost Reduction of Surgical Site Infections. II: In-Vivo Safety Studies

207-nm UV Light – A Promising Tool for Safe Low-Cost Reduction of Surgical Site Infections. I: In Vitro Studies

The effect of 222-nm UVC phototesting on healthy volunteer skin: a pilot study