NANO01 - NANO-UV™ Portable Disinfecting ScannerNANO-UV™ Portable Scanner

NANO05 - NANO-UV™ Programmable Sanitizing Wand

NANO-UV™ Programmable Wand


NANO10 - NANO-UV™ Large Area Disinfecting ScannerNANO-UV™ Large Area Scanner
NANO15 - NANO-UV™ Surface and Water Dual ScannerNANO-UV™ Dual Scanner

UV Light has been known to kill germs and bacteria for more than 100 years.


In 1903 the Nobel prize was awarded to Niels Finsen for his demonstration that sunlight therapy can treat tuberculosis of the skin, and in 1936 the Duke Medical Center began using UV lights to kill surface bacteria.


Since that time, UV-C germicidal lights have been used in medical facilities for sterilization of instruments, and in operating rooms where the presence of bacteria can mean the difference between life and death.


The germicidal capabilities of short-wavelength UV lights are due to the energy produced. That energy is enough to damage the chemical bonds in DNA molecules, thus destroying the organism and rendering it harmless.


UV light is germicidal, it deactivates the DNA of targeted microorganisms* and destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease. UV-C light causes damage to the nucleic acid of microorganisms by forming covalent bonds between certain adjacent bases inside the DNA. The end result:


When the organism tries to reproduce, it dies.


*E. Coli, Staphylococcus, Aureus, Salmonella Typhimurium, and H1N1

How NANO-UV™ Light Kills Germs

What Makes NANO-UV™ Technology Different?

Unlike traditional UV Disinfecting lights that only emit UV-C light, NANO-UV™ products utilize both UV-C and UV-A wavelengths which drastically reduce the time it takes to disinfect surfaces and water.


Devices that use UV-C wavelengths alone take anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour to sanitize surfaces and water, and they use a lot of power. NANO-UV™ light is brand new technology with a germicidal effect that is so powerful, in the first 5 seconds of exposure to light, 80% of targeted microorganisms* are killed. In the next 5 seconds of exposure, 99% of targeted microorganisms* on the surface are killed.


*E. Coli, Staphylococcus, Aureus, Salmonella Typhimurium, and H1N1


UV Toothbrush Case