Ushio America Introduces New 222nm Far UV-C Excimer Lamp for Microbial Reduction

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Ushio America, Inc. is proud to introduce the Care222™ Series, a new line of 222nm flat excimer lamps for microbial reduction and other product solutions for the Infection Prevention market at the 2018 APIC 45th Annual Conference (USHIO booth #1618) in Minneapolis, MN.

Care222 Excimer Lamp

Care222 Excimer Lamp

Ushio’s Care222 is one of the most innovative products in the industry. We are excited that the benefit of UV sanitization could be delivered to customers who are in need of sanitizing surfaces, air, and water with fewer risks commonly attributed to harmful UV exposure.

Ushio America, Inc. is proud to introduce the Care222™ Series, a new line of 222nm flat excimer lamps for microbial reduction and other product solutions for the Infection Prevention market at the 2018 APIC 45th Annual Conference (USHIO booth #1618) in Minneapolis, MN.

Ushio’s Care222 is presently used for unoccupied spaces with ongoing studies to make Care222 the future solution for all occupied and unoccupied microbial reduction solutions. Features of the Care222 lamp allow customers to obtain 100% light output in less than a second, whereas the conventional germicidal lamp starts at only 50% output and takes several minutes to achieve 100% output.

Shinji Kameda, COO of Ushio America, Inc. said, “Ushio’s Care222 is one of the most innovative products in the industry. We are excited that the benefit of UV sanitization could be delivered to customers who are in need of sanitizing surfaces, air, and water with fewer risks commonly attributed to harmful UV exposure.”

Available in 20W and 300W, these mercury-free and instant-start excimer lamps are ideal for bathrooms, toilets, countertops, and other occasional use applications.

For more information on Care222 Far UV-C excimer lamps or any of the other lighting-edge technologies from Ushio America, Inc., visit http://www.USHIO.com or call 800.838.7446.

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