Patent-pending Plasma Disinfection Technology Proven to Kill Bacteria and Viruses, Including SARS-CoV-2, The Virus That Causes COVID-19
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved SilentAire plasma light fixtures with built-in plasma disinfection technology by ETi Solid State Lighting
- SilentAire LED light fixtures combine traditional ambient illumination with active air disinfection via an internal patent-pending Plasma Technology generator
- Patent-pending internal Plasma generator utilizes Cold Plasma Bipolar Ionization Technology to actively treat and disinfect air and kill bacteria and viruses, including SARS-CoV-2
- SilentAire Plasma Disinfection Light Fixtures have been thoroughly tested and proven to kill bacteria and viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, at a kill rate of +99.9%*
- Independent third-party laboratory testing against SARS-CoV-2 was conducted by Innovative Bioanalysis in Costa Mesa, CA.
- SilentAire luminaires require no special installation and are controlled by simply toggling a standard wall switch
- Product line-up includes LED flush mounts, down lights, flat panels, and more suitable for virtually any indoor application, including offices, schools, healthcare and senior living, residential, industrial andcommercial channels
- SilentAire Plasma Disinfection lighting products are now available via ETi SSL commercial and retail distribution channels
Wheeling, IL – ETi Solid State Lighting Inc. today announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved their new SilentAire family of LED light fixtures with built-in plasma technology proven to kill bacteria and viruses, including SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The SilentAire products are approved in the Medical Devices category.
The SilentAire Plasma Disinfection Lighting product line is an innovative breakthrough in safe air disinfection technology. Combining ambient LED illumination with revolutionary patent-pending, built-in “cold” plasma bipolar ionization technology, the SilentAire plasma line-up includes LED flush mounts, down lights, flat panels, and more that are ideal for virtually any indoor residential, commercial, or industrial application. No special operation or installation is required for any of the fixtures, and they are all easily controlled by a standard wall switch. Standard features include dimmability, up to five color temperature selections (CCT), and multiple working mode options.
All SilentAire plasma products are safe for continuous use in occupied spaces and pose no risk to people, pets, or plants.
Independent third-party laboratory testing conducted by Innovative Bioanalysis in Costa Mesa, CA confirmed that SilentAire plasma disinfection light fixtures actively kill and inactivate viruses and bacteria at a kill rate of over 99.9%, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.*
“The issuance of both FDA and EPA approval is a testament to the innovative design and performance of our SilentAire plasma technology. We’re very excited about the application potential for the SilentAire plasma technology, as it can be applied to virtually any indoor environment,” stated Eva Chan, CEO of ETi Solid State Lighting, Inc.
Pathogens such as the SARS-CoV-2 virus survive on particles as small as 0.1 microns, rendering them nearly impossible to capture via standard and even HEPA filters. Plasma bipolar ionization technology is the only all-natural, safe air disinfection solution that successfully targets particles smaller than 0.3 microns. The patent-pending plasma technology utilized by ETi Solid State Lighting is the first of its kind to be effectively incorporated into light fixtures as an active air treatment solution.
SilentAire Plasma Disinfection Light Fixtures are now available and in stock via ETi Solid State Lighting commercial & retail channels. SilentAire fixtures have been granted EPA approval and registration (No.: 9917-CHN-1).
For further information on SilentAire or ETi Solid State Lighting, please visit www.etissl.com or contact:
ETi SSL Corporate Communications
Liana Bellina, Director of Marketing