"Making Hospital Medical Grade Protection Available for Everyone"
#1 Industry Leading Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Disinfection Service Company
We set the industry standard.
Our solution is clinically proven to kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi which saves lives.
How do we provide a safer & healthier environment?
NoroClean deploys a team of experts using UVC energy in a wavelength range of Ultraviolet energy spanning 200-280 nanometers (nm). NoroClean's UVC devices specifically employ the
highly germicidal 254nm bandwidth to cause damage
to cellular DNA and virus RNA.
We also utilize tracking software to give you the most accurate usage data.
How do you get back to business?
We have our team of experts disinfect the Surfaces and Air of your hospital, office building, sports team facilities, or any other facility to help protect your employees and clients while greatly mitigating possible COVID-19 exposure.
We give you the confidence of a healthy and safer work environment so you can get back to business.
What is UVGI Disinfection?
Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is the use of ultraviolet wavelengths of light for the disinfection of air and surfaces.
How does UVGI work?
UVGI Destroys, kills, and inactivates microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi.
This happens by having a lethal affect on the microorganisms by denaturing their DNA.
UV wavelengths inactivate microorganisms by causing cross-links between constituent nucleic acids.
UV radiation breaks the chemical bonds that hold DNA atoms together in the microorganism. Exposure to UV light for several minutes ensures the complete kill-off of all microorganisms.
Does UVGI eliminate Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
Yes, UVGI removes virtually all 99.99% Coronaviruses. (COVID-19) SARS-CoV-2, MHV and MERS-CoV,
Benefits of UV-C vs traditional cleaners?
NoroCleans Ultraviolet disinfection is a no-touch method for eliminating germs in everyday environments. UV-C technology is laboratory tested to be 1,000x more effective than many chemical cleaners. Commonly used in hospitals, UV-C is an EPA registered disinfectant.
By using shortwave (UV-C) ultraviolet light, you avoid leaving residual chemicals behind or cause corrosion like bleach and other typical cleaning agents.
What Industries use UV-C?
These devices can be used in hospitals, hotels, food processing plants, laboratories, cruise ships, athletic facilities, out patient surgical centers, shopping centers, theaters, transportation sectors, long term care facilities and many other environments where harmful pathogens exist.
Can UVC Eliminate the Delta Variant?
Yes, the Delta Variant is one of the many mutations of the Coronavirus, that our germicidal UVC kills.
Is UVC Safe on all Electronics?
UVC light is the safest and most comprehensive way to disinfect all electronics including sensitive computer equipment, cell phones, server areas, keyboards, camera equipment etc...
Introducing our New Autonomous UVC Robot
Disinfection Protocols - Oversight and Implementation
Development of infectious disease and pandemic protocols/plans
Development of Best Management Practices (BMP) statements
Site exposure hazard and identification
Initiation & Execution of cleaning and disinfection plan
Development of strategic messaging and Crisis Communication Plans
Health and Safety Program Gap Assessment and Audits
Turnkey solutions for disinfection and exposure mitigation
CDC Recommendations for Disinfection
UV Light Treatment of Coronavirus (COVID-19) - The CDC has long stated that UVGI is effective in reducing the transmission of airborne bacterial and viral infections in hospitals, military housing, and classrooms.
The CDC in April 2020 stated that UVGI is one of the most promising methods for decontamination of filtering facepiece respirators (FFR) for Coronavirus (SARS CoV-2), the virus that causes COVID-19.
The CDC report and a study titled “2020 COVID-19 Coronavirus Ultraviolet Susceptibility note SARS CoV-2 may be inactivated by high doses of UV-C light, similar to the 99.9%-99.999% inactivation rate of UVGI on other viruses such as Influenza A (H1N1), Avian influenza A virus (H5N1), Influenza A (H7N9) A/Anhui/1/2013, Influenza A (H7N9) A/Shanghai/1/2013, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV-2.
NoroClean uses the UVGI technology detailed in the CDC reports.
Laboratory tests previously conducted with UVC have successfully inactivated Coronavirus SARS CoV-2 surrogates.
According to the FDA: “UVC radiation is a known disinfectant for air, water, and nonporous surfaces. UVC radiation has effectively been used for decades to reduce the spread of bacteria, such as tuberculosis.
Go to our UV-C Clinical Research Page to Learn more.
We have 24/7 rapid response team ready to meet any emergency!
Due to the continuous growing threat of the COVID-19 virus, we have a 24/7 rapid response team ready for deployment to address any situation that your business encounters!
NoroClean's Official Certification of Completion Seal
Upon completion of our services you can instantly increase your consumer confidence by displaying our official Noroclean seal of completion.
This will let your customers know that you have thoroughly and effectively treated your business for all viruses, pathogens and other harmful microorganisms and are ensuring that you truly care about your customers' health and safety!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is UV-C technology clinically proven and effective?
Yes, there are numerous studies from World Health Organization, CDC, American Journal of Infection Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (US), DHHS (NIOSH), Harvard School of Public Health and countless others from as early as 1900's, documenting the extreme effectiveness of utilizing UV-C to kill microorganisms.
Does UV-C cleaning leave behind any residue?
No, UV-C is a non-touch light based cleaning technology that does not leave behind any residue or damage to surfaces, fabrics or other inanimate objects.
How long does the UV-C cleaning take?
The decontamination process verifies by room size.
Typically a 200sft room takes 7-8 mins.
How long is the treated decontaminated area/zone good for?
The treated area/zone is considered decontaminated until it is breached by outside variables and/or use of the area/zone.
Does your UV-C emitter produce Ozone?
Ozone is a byproduct of devices that produce UV light lower than 200nm.
NoroClean's emitters don't produce any ozone as we focus purely on the 254nm wavelength the highest germicidal wavelength.
NoroClean products complies with ASHRAE guidelines.
With our joint partnerships and network, we are able to respond to any situation on a global scale to cover your business in anywhere in the world.
Call our NoroClean Environmental Service Experts today for a quote for a cleaning of your business or home!