Medical UV Light Solutions

Harness the power of our UV Air Purification Systems to enhance safety and reduce contamination in medical facilities, contributing to improved patient care and reduced Hospital Acquired Illnesses (HAI).


UV Light Solutions

Sanuvox S100

Wall or ceiling UV system, covers up to 800 square feet

Sanuvox P900

Portable UV system, covers up to 800 square feet

Sanuvox S300

Wall or duct mounted UV system with HEPA filtration

Sanuvox S1000

UV system with filtration, covers up to 15,000 square feet

Sanuvox Bio-Wall

Ducted UV system for large commercial and industrial HVAC systems

Our Services

Comprehensive Services for a Healthier Healthcare Facility


Offering a diverse range of top-quality air purification solutions tailored to your needs.


Expertly installing your system for optimal performance and improved indoor air quality.


Providing reliable and comprehensive service to ensure the longevity and efficiency of your system.

UV Light Applications

Mitigate airborne pathogens in diverse medical settings, fostering a safer healthcare atmosphere. By neutralizing bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants, our solutions enhance air purity, protect health, and boost facility hygiene standards.



Nursing Homes




Benefits of UV Light

Experience the Transformative Power of UV Light in Purifying Indoor Environments

Kills Bacteria, Mold, and Viruses

Minimizes the risk of patient exposure to harmful pathogens, promoting a safer environment.

Decreases Contamination

Acts as a defensive barrier against microbial contamination, ensuring a more sterile setting.

Protects Staff and Visitors

Shields medical personnel and guests from airborne contaminants, fostering well-being within the facility.

Destroys Chemicals and VOCs

Neutralize harmful chemicals and volatile organic compounds, improving indoor air purity.

Eliminates Odors

Effectively remove unpleasant smells, fostering a fresher and more sterile healthcare environment.

Improves Air Quality

Filters and purifies the air circulating within the premises, contributing to a healthier environment.


Hear from Our Satisfied Customers at Air Purify Ottawa

When my AC was replaced, the technician showed me the thick layer of slime on the coil. I immediately ordered the Sabre UV light to protect my new AC.
Susan L.
I spent thousands of $ on HEPA filters over the years but still suffer from allergies. Adding a UV light made a noticeable improvement.
J. Smith-Currie
Renfrew County
My daughter is a longtime asthma sufferer. My Dr. recommended a UV light so I bought one. Doesn’t take the allergies away but helps her a lot.
Sandra V.
If you’ve never lived with a smoker that insists on smoking inside the house, you’ll never know how miserable it is. I have 4 UV systems in my home. 2 in the furnace, and 2 portable units that move everywhere with me! It’s been a godsend!
Gloria P.
Bells Corners
My basement smells….well…like a basement. My HVAC guy told me it was because I had no return air ducts. I bought the P900 portable unit. It sits in the corner of the room. Way cheaper than opening walls and reinstalling new ductwork to freshen the air. Thank you!
Ms. Tremblay
We have 3 dogs. They run all over the house. The wet dog smell is gross and lingers even after we bathe them. I’m happy with our SRMax UV system. We run our furnace fan 24 hours a day and the UV system noticeably lessens the smell.
T. Murray

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Medical UV Light Solutions

Frequently Asked Questions

UV light is effective in inactivating a wide range of pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi, thereby reducing the risk of HAIs by minimizing microbial contamination on surfaces and in the air within medical facilities.

Yes, UV light systems can be installed in various areas such as patient rooms, operating rooms, waiting areas, bathrooms, and labs to enhance overall hygiene and reduce infection risks.

By reducing the risk of infections and improving air quality, UV light systems can contribute to a healthier environment, potentially aiding in quicker patient recovery and shorter hospital stays.

Yes, when properly installed and used according to manufacturer guidelines, UV light systems are safe and pose no risk to patients, visitors, or medical staff.

UV light systems purify the air by inactivating airborne pathogens and removing volatile organic compounds (VOCs), thereby improving the indoor air quality in healthcare settings.

Yes, to ensure optimal performance and safety, UV light systems should be regularly inspected and maintained according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

No, UV light purification systems are designed to operate safely, with exposure contained within the system, ensuring no direct UV light exposure to individuals.

Yes, UV light systems can be tailored to meet the unique requirements and configurations of various healthcare facilities, ensuring effective and efficient operation.

UV light systems actively reduce the concentration of airborne pathogens and surface contaminants, thereby protecting medical staff, patients, and visitors from potential infections.