The Latest Test Shows that Nano UVClean Air Disinfection LED is 99.99% Effective in Killing SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19

Coolux is glad to announce that Nano UVClean LED Panel is proved to be 99.99% effective in killing SARS-CoV-2[1] after tested the Nano UVClean™ against the known pathogen SARS-CoV-2 by a US laboratory. Coolux Lighting has launched Nano UVClean LED panel with both Nano technology and 254nm UVC tubes last year.

According to the detailed introduction to this product in the previous article, we have mentioned that 254nm UVC tube was proved its capability of killing the viruses, bacteria, and other air pathogens. Besides 254nm UVC tube, we also adopted Nano technology including the TiO2 and CuxO to prevent the virus. We have done a series of tests such as SGS detection of H1N1 virus and Enterovirus ( inactivation rate is as high as 99.99%), and got ETL certificate and CE certificate as well. Lately, we did a test of its efficacy of killing SARS-CoV-2.

The test was conducted in a sealed plexiglass aerosol test box. Air was drawn into the testing environment through filters at an equal rate to what was exhausted. Airflow in the test environment was dictated by the negative pressure system on the air outlets. “During the test scenario, active SARS-CoV-2 was not detectable in the 10-minute timepoint and levels were below the 120 TCID50 / ml limit of quantification. This would equate to a 4-log reduction compared to the control values. This would equate to a 99.99% reduction of collectable active pathogen in the air that passes through the Nano UVClean™ system.” the test report shows.

After the lab’s authoritative and rigorous test on the effectiveness of the product against the Covid-19, the test results show that the panel is 99.99% effective and totally safe for air disinfection and purification and has ability to kill SARS-CoV-2 with its double disinfection technology.


[1] : Full name is :Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, is the virus that causes COVID-19. SARS-CoV-2 is a virus of the species severe acute respiratory syndrome–related coronavirus (SARSr-CoV). It is believed to have zoonotic origins and has close genetic similarity to bat coronaviruses, suggesting it emerged from a bat-borne virus. Research is ongoing as to whether SARS-CoV-2 came directly from bats or indirectly through any intermediate hosts. The virus shows little genetic diversity, indicating that the spillover event introducing SARS‑CoV‑2 to humans is likely to have occurred in late 2019., the respiratory illness responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. , Wikipedia,

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