The principle of this technology is based on the emission during a very short time (a pulse) of a very large amount of light energy strongly concentrated in UV radiation. Its decontaminating effects on living matter have been the subject of much scientific research, but its application in application requires technical adaptations. Phoxene invests in R&D to offer equipment manufacturers relevant solutions with regard to criteria such as microbiological efficiency, cost, or sizing of sources.

Decontamination protocol adapted to hospital rooms

For a desired decontamination rate, the exposure time must be adjusted to the size of the rooms. Phoxene has developed a protocol for hospital room decontamination, here is an example of treatment. In a single bedroom and its bathroom, the DLP 360 must be positioned in 2 places. This single room and its bathroom will […]

Electronic, modular Pulsed Light

Phoxene’s Pulsed Light technology adapts to the most compact equipment. The optical head dedicated to the treatment of unit pots is powered by a modular and compact electronic unit.

UV Pulsed Light and air cooling

The air cooling of the Pulsed Light modules significantly reduces purchasing and operating costs while guaranteeing perfect efficiency for firing frequencies of below 1 Hz.

Bactup, expert in microbiology

To test the decontaminating effects of its UV Flash technology, Phoxene calls on an independent company with expertise in microbiology.