UV LED Disinfection

Germicidal UV disinfection for laboratory surfaces, equipment, packaging, manufacturing, food safety

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UV LED Disinfection

Germicidal UV disinfection for laboratory surfaces, equipment, packaging, manufacturing, food safety


Phoseon’s high-irradiance UV LED disinfection systems inactivate contaminants for laboratory surfaces, equipment, packaging, manufacturing, and food safety. UV-C light is known as “germicidal UV” for its effectiveness in UV disinfection. While particular wavelengths affect different bonds within biological molecules, both nucleotides and proteins can be modified by deep ultraviolet light. Thus, both microorganisms and biological material can be inactivated with the right dose of light. Phoseon’s UV LED disinfection systems are ideal for a variety of disinfection applications due to their low heat emission, precise control, and long operating life. 


Phoseon is the first to develop a LED based disinfection system that surpasses 5 W/cm² at 275nm, significantly higher than other LED systems used in industrial disinfection. This milestone development enables manufacturers to install UV LED systems where they were prohibited in the past. Phoseon trailblazes a new path based on our capabilities and technology to allow our customers to build high-performance germicidal disinfection systems.  This path brings the long-lasting, lower operating cost and improved disinfection capability benefits to a wide array of industrial processes.

UV LED technology for medical applications

Laboratory & Medical

High intensity UV LED disinfection for laboratory equipment and surfaces.

Disinfection for Packaging and materials

Packaging Materials

Disinfection for pharmaceutical, medical, food, cosmetic, and other packaging.

Disinfection for industrial Applications

Industrial Applications

Rapid UV inactivation for a wide array of manufacturing processes that require disinfection.

Disinfection for Food Safety

Food Processing

UV LED technology for pathogen reduction in food and beverage processing.