Reduce potential HAIs with Current's safe, clinically proven disinfection light.
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Every precaution counts in environments where quality of patient care is crucial. Imagine a ubiquitous solution designed to minimize potential for Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) in virtually any hospital room by leveraging existing lighting infrastructure.
Lab and clinical testing has shown that Current's Disinfection products have the ability to significantly reduce pathogens commonly present in hospital environments.
*Current's patented disinfection lighting technology has been shown to combat common pathogens via in-vitro testing. Results have showed up to 99.7% reduction of common pathogens on surfaces over 8 hours.
Note: 99.7% kill rate achieved on MRSA only.
(Pathogens Tested: MRSA, bacteriophage MS2, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecalis, Escherichia coli, Acinetobacter baumannii, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Candida albicans and auris.)
*Safe for employees and patients in accordance with the IEC photobiological safety standard 62471. Additionally, the 365nm UVA light emitted from the fixture is invisible to the human eye.
Controls are integrated in fixtures with standard white light. Disinfection light can be controlled independently of white light using wired or wireless controls.
Periodic vs Continuous.
*8-Hour Cycle: Provides an increased disinfection kill rate through high-intensity irradiance with no disruption to workflow.
Note: 8 hour scheduling is achieved with controls utilization.
*24-Hour Cycle: Provides low-level, continuous disinfection kill rate through low-intensity irradiance with no disruption to workflow.
*All claims are based upon proper installation of fixture.
Safer than the Sun*
*Less than 3 minutes of exposure to direct sunlight is equivalent to the maximum amount of actinic UVA light that a person would be exposed to in a typical workday under Current’s disinfection lighting.
The actinic dose of 8 hours from our disinfecting light at:
- 10W/m2 is equal to being sunlight for 2m 40s; and
- 3W/m2 is equal to being in direct sunlight for 47s.
Note: All calculations are based upon proper installation of fixture.
Current's UV-A lighting follows IEC 62471 standards
IEC 62471 – Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems
- Actinic UV Hazard – Skin/eye exposure to UV
- Near-UV Hazard – Eye exposure to UV-A
- Blue Light Hazard – Eye exposure to blue light
Supporting Literature and Publications
The Society of Light and Lighting
American Journal of Infection Control | Brief Report