Advancing Germicidal Technologies to Save Lives


Eye and Skin Safe Germicidal Solution for Occupied Spaces

Sanitech Pros is committed to protecting lives around the globe by implementing the use of safe and effective Far-UV Technologies.

What is a Pathogen? A pathogen is a bacterium, virus or other microorganism that can cause disease. Such as Covid-19 (and Variants), Influenza, SARS, Bird Flu, Strep, Valley Fever, Mold, Fungus and the list goes on and on.

Eradicating pathogens where we live, work, and play

Healthcare/Assisted Living

(Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Medical Facilities)

Public Spaces/Commercial

(Schools, Businesses, Grocery Stores)


(Air Ducts, Heating and Air Conditioning Systems)

Is Far-UV Safe for Direct Illumination for Humans or Pets in Occupied Spaces?

Far-UV technology features a filter that blocks harmful UV wavelengths but allows human safe 222nm Ultra Violet wavelengths to pass though. The bulbs emit invisible light that will effectively destroy deadly pathogens, such as Covid, viruses, bacteria, mold, and spores in the spaces you live, work, and play.

  • Safe & Efficient
  • Easy Install
  • Replaceable Light Bulb
  • Adjustable Angle
  • Ceiling & Wall Mount
  • Continuous Disinfection
  • Automated
  • Ozone Neutral
  • Mercury Free
  • Instant Start

Far-UV Scientific Papers and Peer-Reviewed Reports

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened awareness of the risks associated with disease transmission by surface- and, particularly, airborne-associated pathogens; this risk awareness brings a desire for solutions.

Please click on the Scientific Papers and Peer-Reviewed reposts in the links listed below.


Safe to use in any environment


Deactivates 99.99% of pathogens in seconds


Set it and forget it


Applicable in any indoor space

“Based on our results, continuous airborne disinfection with Far-UV light at the current regulatory limit could greatly reduce the level of airborne viruses in indoor environments occupied by people.”

– David Brenner, PhD, Higgins Professor of Radiation Biophysics at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Director of the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University Irving Medical Center