Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses ultra-shortwave ultraviolet (ultraviolet C or UV–C) light to inactivate microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, funghi or germs by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.
Keeping germs out of your facility
Sanitising rooms, tables, bathrooms
Killing the virus in the air
Professional UV-C Disinfection Tools
At Ninja we use certified medical-grade UV-C lamps (from OSRAM and Phillips) to produce affordable, practical products for hotels, restaurants, shops and rental villas to make guests, clients and staff feel secure.
Optional Iot capabilities with Sonoff
Proudly Made In Indonesia
Our products come with a unique system to set and monitor consistent Standard Operation Procedures.
Our reusable ‘Dosimeter Cards‘ show the dose of UV-C light that they have been exposed to by changing colour on the test area. After 20 seconds, they change back and are ready for use again.
The science of UV-C disinfection is well established and has been used in hospitals, food industries, water treatment and air-handling systems for several decades.
The short-wave (254 nm) light destroys the cell wall of virus particles and damages the DNA, which effectively ‘kills’ the virus and results in 99.9% disinfection. See also our Technology section, our FAQ or our Blog
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