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SafeGlo UV from GMY




Research into SafeGlo and UV222

UVC222 will kill all bacteria and viruses, but can be shined directly onto occupied locations


Far-UVC light to limit airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and all other viruses


National Academy of Sciences Event

September 2020


UVC222 destroys corona virus safely and effectively


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


Nature Science Journal, March 2020


UV222 can safely provide a major reduction in airborne coronaviruses even in occupied public spaces.


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


Nature Scientific Reports


October 2020

UV222 light is safe for people, but lethal for viruses.


Using the Power of Light:
Preventing the Airborne Spread of Coronavirus and Influenza Virus


Columbia Center for Radiological Research  May 2020


UVC222 is a safe and inexpensive tool to reduce the spread of airborne-mediated diseases in indoor public locations.


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


Nature Science Journal, March 2018


UV222  has been shown to destroy the outer protein coating of the SARS-Coronavirus.


UV Lights and Lamps: Ultraviolet-C Radiation, Disinfection, and Coronavirus


FDA Special Report


February 1 2021

UV222 kills bacteria efficiently regardless of drug-resistance, without the skin damaging effects.


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


US National Institutes of Health Clinical Trials Journal

February 2017



The safety of UV222 “is really long established,” Dr. Nardell said.


Scientists Consider Indoor Ultraviolet Light to Zap Coronavirus in the Air 


The New York Times


May 21, 2020

UV222: Safely bathe an entire room in sterilizing light — even with people present.


UV Light Might Keep the World Safe From the Coronavirus—and Whatever Comes Next 


SPECTRUM — the Journal of the IEEE


September 2020



UV222 lamps could operate continuously in public spaces such as hospitals, schools, train and bus stations, and airports without any risk of harming people.


The Potential Of Far-ultraviolet Light For The Next Pandemic


Physics World 19 May 2020


Direct and repetitive illumination from UV222 is safe for human eyes and skin.


Repetitive irradiation with 222nm UVC shown to be non-carcinogenic & safe for sterilizing human skin 


Kobe Journal of Medical Sciences


April 7, 2020



UV222 is ‘Harmless UV Light,’ operating within the ‘Safe Zone Wave Length’ — a disruptive technology to counter the growing threats of pandemic diseases such as drug-resistant bacteria and corona viruses.


The First In The World Human Proof-of-concept Study On Disinfection And Healing Acceleration Capabilities Of 222nm Wave Length Narrow Band Ultraviolet Lighting


US National Institutes of Health Clinical Trials Journal

October 2016


UV222 helps wounds heal.


Disinfection And Healing Effects Of 222-nm Uvc Light On Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection In Mouse Wounds 

Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology


January 2017