UVC Sanitizing Solutions LLC is devoted to creating a safer, healthier world. We recognize the potential of UVGI (Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation) as a solution for permanently lowering transmission rates of airborne viruses and bacteria throughout our world. With COVID-19 and Influenza continuing to be a problem for many businesses and schools, there needs to be a change in the way air is disinfected and cleaned. This is the problem that our business aims to solve. We provide our customers with the guidance they need to implement professional UVC systems in their building(s) that are cost-effective, easy to maintain, and will drastically lower energy costs and the spread of disease. Our number one goal is to help mitigate the spread of airborne infectious pathogens and to protect all individuals.
UVC Sanitizing Solutions LLC specializes in UVC system design, installation, training, and maintenance. We help our customers find the ideal UVC devices and fixtures that not only will perform best in their facility, but are also cost-efficient and easy to maintain.
We are the only company of its kind to provide our customers with custom-built UVC devices, UVC system designing and testing, UVC irradiation training (for staff and employees), UVC system installation, and UVC system maintenance (when installation is complete). We certify our installs by measuring UVC irradiation based on NIOSH and ASHRAE organization standards. UVC bulbs are cleaned and tested for safety and efficiency every 3 months and changed every year. We also offer daily or weekly UVC treatments to disinfect entire facilities for customers who desire this type of service.
Our team of trained and experienced UVC professionals visit customers weekly to inspect UVC device installation and output. There are many safety issues and guidelines to follow when working with this type of UV light. Therefore, inspection, installation, and maintenance must be done by trained professionals as recommended by the CDC and NIOSH organizations.
We are fully licensed and insured in the state of Florida and operate based on guidelines from the CDC, ASHRAE and NIOSH organizations.