PURO

Helo F1 Full-Spectrum Xenon Excimer Disinfection Fixture

$3,699.00 USD
  • Helo F1 Full-Spectrum Xenon Excimer Disinfection Fixture

PURO

Helo F1 Full-Spectrum Xenon Excimer Disinfection Fixture

$3,699.00 USD

The first known high intensity, full spectrum UV disinfection fixture to be installed in the ceiling. With proper layout, Helo fixtures, powered by Violet Defense® technology, give you whole room protection no matter the size of the space, and the ability to disinfect on demand in one cycle.

PURO Lighting’s high-intensity, full-spectrum UV disinfection fixtures kills up to 99.9% of SARS-CoV-2, C. auris, Norovirus, C. diff, and “Superbugs” including MRSA and E. coli.

It can also significantly reduce the growth of fungi such as yeasts and molds. All in remarkably small, yet powerful units designed for any sized space.

Our technology partner Violet Defense®, created the patented, breakthrough technology behind PURO Lighting UV disinfection systems.

Combining a highly transmissive polymer lens with a compact light engine allows our UV light units to be one of the smallest, most powerful disinfection products for any commercial application.

Add automatic onboard scheduling, and you’ve got flexibility, affordability and up to 99.9% disinfection on demand.

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    *SARS-CoV-2, E. coli, Norovirus, MRSA, C. auris and C. diff 

  • The Standard for On-Demand, Programmatic UV Disinfection

    Helo fixtures disinfect a whole room, quickly delivering pathogenic disinfection of both surfaces and the air. The unit can be ordered for installation in a drop-in grid ceiling, recessed in a hard ceiling, surface or wall mounted, or used as a portable, table-top unit. It emits broad spectrum UV light to eliminate up to 99.9% of SARS-CoV-2, E. coli, Norovirus, MRSA, C. auris and C. diff in a space. In rooms that have been cleaned of mold, the unit will help control return growth if used routinely .

    The unit can be ordered for manual commissioning or integration into the facility Building Automation System (BAS). Manual commissioning can be done with the assistance of a local rep using a Setup Wizard. Units integrated into BACnet are programmed through the BAS dashboard.