Disinfection

KeyPro™ for inactivation of microorganisms

UV-C light is also known as “germicidal UV” for its effectiveness in disinfection. While particular wavelengths affect different bonds within biological molecules, both nucleotides and proteins can be modified by deep ultraviolet light. Thus, both microorganisms and biological material can be inactivated with the right dose of light. LEDs are well-suited to disinfection of sensitive surfaces of laboratory or clinic instruments due to their low heat emission, high intensity, precise control, and long operating life.  

Phoseon's KeyPro™ is a standalone microplate system that utilizes ultraviolet light for disinfection of laboratory surfaces and clinical instruments for end-use lab scale equipment. In addition to KeyPro, Phoseon also offers high-irradiance ultraviolet disinfection systems for process scale applications.

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