UV-C Disinfection

UV-C Disinfection Products

Working in collaboration with UV Technology Global and Signify, PNE Controls manufacture products to disinfect air, surfaces and liquid utilising the power of UV-C light.

We have developed a wide range of products to suit a range of industries and applications. From hand held devices to boxes through to air conditioning retrofit units we will work with you to establish the best solution for your environment. 

UV-C is used as a disinfection tool in a range of settings including restaurants, schools, offices, public transport and airports. All known bacteria and viruses tested have responded to UV-C radiation (2). In laboratory testing, our UV-C light sources inactivated 99% of SARS-CoV-2 virus on a surface with an exposure time of 6 seconds (1). 

Surface Disinfection

A portable, high output, hand-held device to disinfect surfaces and hard to reach areas in seconds. 

Tablet controlled mobile decontamination unit for disinfection of air and surfaces in areas from offices to airplanes. 

A fixed installation of luminaires on the ceiling is used at controlled times to fill a room with disinfecting UV-C light.

Tool and item disinfection

Trolley & Wheelchair Disinfection 

Unit is designed to effectively reach all areas where bacteria and viruses could be left behind with normal cleaning.

Disinfection of Security Trays

The system sanitises the storage & hand luggage trays used at the airport’s passenger security checkpoints.

The UVT Boxx enables simple, fast and safe disinfection of equipment instruments and other products.

Air disinfection

Designed for the disinfection of air in a wide range of applications, with installation on walls.

Designed to be installed on false ceilings for the disinfection of air in a wide range of applications.

The AirStream C air-conditioning module is a system solution for the effective disinfection of air in large rooms – up to 50,000m³ per hour



Maintain the safety and wellbeing of employees and visitors whilst with UV-C disinfection. Find out how UV-C could be utilised in your office.

Training Centres
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Hospitality and Leisure

Reassuring customers and employees of high standards in health and safety and reducing the spread of illnesses between staff members. Find out how these products can be implemented in a range of settings. 

Hairdressers / Barbers
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Airports and Airplanes
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Public Transport

Used by Transport for London and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York. UV-C light is leading the way in disinfection on public transport. Discover a range of products to suit your requirements. 

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PNE Controls are an authorised distributor of UV Technology Global products, including the Signify UV-C disinfection and OEM ranges.

1)Data made available to us by the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) at Boston University, which has been collected from a laboratory experiment conducted by Dr. Anthony Griffiths (Associate Professor of Microbiology at Boston University School of Medicine) and his team at the premises of the NEIDL (such data will be the subject of a forthcoming scientific publication by Boston University), shows that Signify’s UV-C light sources irradiating the surface of a material inoculated with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease) at a UV-C dose of 5mJ/cm2 (exposure time 6 seconds) resulted in a 99% reduction of the SARS-CoV-2 virus present on that surface. This study determined that a UV-C dose of 22mJ/cm2 results in a reduction of 99.9999% of SARS-CoV-2 virus on that surface (exposure time 25 seconds). Research variables are available upon request.

2)Fluence (UV Dose) Required to Achieve Incremental Log Inactivation of Bacteria, Protozoa, Viruses and Algae Revised, updated and expanded by Adel Haji Malayeri, Madjid Mohseni, Bill Cairns and James R. Bolton. With earlier contributions by Gabriel Chevrefils (2006) and Eric Caron (2006) With peer review by Benoit Barbeau, Harold Wright (1999) and Karl G. Linden