What is Care222?
The Care222 technology is a brand new kind of ultraviolet (UV) light technology that can neutralize viruses—including the coronavirus—in occupied spaces.
Care222 is a new and one-of-a-kind disinfecting light technology that inactivates bacteria and viruses in the same manner as conventional ultraviolet sanitizers but can be used while people are present. Care222 is not a stand-alone disinfecting system but is a key component in the very latest UV light disinfecting systems available.
It has been a long pandemic for all of us, but as we return to the places we used to go before this all happened, and start to explore new places as well, the unique Far UV-C lights operating in Care222 systems will be there to help everyone feel better about being inside again.
Care222 Technology at a Glance
Like a lot of the technology, we are around every day, having a basic understanding of how that technology works often helps us feel better about its use. The most important thing to know is that when a disinfecting system powered by the Care222 technology is being used in any public building, it has been put there to bring you and everyone else, a sense of comfort.
The Care222 Technology
- Quickly and quietly inactivates viruses and disinfects surfaces in occupied spaces
- Is on for a few minutes throughout the day and in very short intervals
- Contains proprietary filtering technology that no other company can offer
- Has been tested for efficacy, and poses a minimal health risk to human skin or eyes
UV lights have been used as a disinfectant in medical and food-processing facilities for years. But Care222 UV lights are different. We use something called Far UV-C lamps, which operate at a different wavelength than normal UV lights, and are outfitted with a unique optical filter that makes the Care222 system the first and only filtered Far UV-C light module that can be used with people present.
Lighting systems equipped with the Care222 technology will soon be in offices, stores, and the many other buildings that we need to go inside every day. You probably won’t notice them, but they will be there, continually disinfecting the air and surfaces.