UVGI EXO LANIN UV-50 Plus and Programmable Germicidal Unit UVGI EXO LANIN UV-50 Plus

EXO Smart Germicidal Unit

LANIN UV-50 Plus and Programmable

Achieves environments permanently free of bacteria, fungi and viruses.

The Lanin germicidal unit is designed to disinfect work spaces or spaces where there is an influx of people, such as elevators, bathrooms, corridors, reception areas, work, study or meeting areas, dining rooms, etc. Its disinfection area is up to 16 M2 and it has a safety mechanism that automatically deactivates it in the presence of people.

For large spaces, several units can be combined to cover the entire surface area required.

Intelligent disinfection that is activated every time it does not detect the presence of living beings in the Programmable Model or continuously in the Plus Model. Operation with 50W of real power.

99.90 to 99.99% viral reduction efficacy

A recent studyby INTA's Institute of Virology on the EXO Lanin Plus smart germicidal unit showed excellent results.

The trial demonstrated a 99.99% reduction of the viral load in the air recirculating through the Lanin unit due to internal ultraviolet light (UV-C) irradiation.

In addition, while UV radiation to the outside of the unit is enabled, it irradiates surfaces within range as long as there is no detection of people.

July 2021

Condition to be assessed Sample IDs viral titre
(log TCID50)
Viral reduction
Log (%)
100% FORCER-TREATED WITH UV LIGHT T1.P1 <0,66 ≥3,84 99,99
T1.P2 <0,66 ≥3,00 99,90
T1.P3 <0,66 ≥4,00 99,99
C1.P2 3,66 - – - –
C1.P3 4,66 - – - –

Table of test results

Analysis table INTA research institute effectiveness of ultraviolet radiation

The Lanin UV-50 Germicidal Unit can be used in all types of environments.

In sanitary services as well as in private, commercial or industrial environments.

The Lanin Germicidal Unit can be used, for example, in: public transport, reception rooms of all kinds, corridors, commercial premises, lifts, classrooms, laboratories, production plants, public service establishments, toilets and changing rooms, canteens, common areas in hospitals, clinics, geriatric homes, schools, clubs, gyms, etc.

Ultraviolet Germicidal Light Technology (UVGI)

UVGI bulbs are made of a special glass that allows UV light waves to pass through it and destroy existing pathogens.

These bulbs emit shortwave ultraviolet (UV-C) energy that penetrates and deactivates the DNA of viruses, bacteria and fungi causing their cells to die or be unable to reproduce.

Optimal, safe and automatic germicidal solution

The Lanin UV-50 Programmable device does not require any intervention for its operation, it is activated when it detects that there are no people present. 

The UV-50 Plus model works with continuous germicidal action, disinfects the ambient air even when people are in the room and is 100% safe at all times.


Download the technical specifications of the Lanin UV-50 Plus and Programmable Germicidal Units.


Highlights of the Plus model

  • It has triple germicidal action, incorporating ion plasma and copper trap in addition to the UV light effect.
  • It is the most complete germicidal product on the market.
  • It works with germicidal action in continuous mode, i.e. it continues to disinfect the ambient air even when there are people in the room, and is 100% safe at all times.
  • It is very easy to install and does not need to be operated, it works automatically.
  • It is scalable.
  • It can be used in all types of environments including public transport.
  • Disinfects surfaces, environments and the air in them continuously.

Highlights of the Programmable model

  • It is the most economical and accessible automatic germicidal product in our line of germicidal devices.
  • It is very easy to install and does not need to be operated, it works automatically.
  • It has a safe operating mode with presence sensors.
  • It is scalable.
  • It can be used in all types of environments.
  • Disinfects surfaces and environments.

Documentation in Spanish

Chemical and microbiological evaluation of the Andes UV-165 EXO prototype for inpatient wards at the Central Military Hospital.

Letter from ASHRAE Argentina on banning the use of air conditioning equipment in summer

"...] air conditioners should not be seen as an aggravating factor in the transmission of the virus, but on the contrary, when used properly they can help mitigate the spread of the disease in buildings.

Finally let them know that there are available in the Argentine market portable air purifiers equipped with HEPA filters and germicidal lamps that can be used in any type of environment as a complement to the air conditioning equipment" (Pte. Pablo Echevarría, ASHRAE).


Chemical and microbiological evaluation of the Andes UV-165 EXO prototype for inpatient wards at the Central Military Hospital.

The Andes UV-165 EXO prototype could be effectively considered as an important complement in the methods of disinfection and/or decontamination of environments and/or rooms for the hospitalization and treatment of patients affected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, in particular where traditional cleaning methods cannot reach.


Study on the germicidal action of ultraviolet light on microorganisms.

Special lamps emitting UV light with a wavelength between 270 and 230 nm are used to reduce the number of microorganisms in the air, on surfaces in surgical rooms and in aseptic rooms where sterilized products are stored in sterile bottles or ampoules.


Germicidal efficacy study for the product ANDES UV-165

Bibliographic studies were carried out to identify the UVGI energy necessary to inactivate most germs, focusing on a high efficiency for SARS type viruses, corresponding to the COVID-19 disease.


Ultraviolet Light May Kill Coronavirus

Analysis written by Dr. Joseph Mercola. Today, UV light is used in medical settings, wastewater treatment plants and food processing. And because COVID-19 spreads quickly, hospitals and medical facilities have an increased demand for conventional UV lights and their different variations.


Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation for Decontamination and Reuse of Filtering Facepiece with Respirator N95

The literature indicates that UVGI exposure of 1 J/cm2 is capable of decontaminating N95 respirators from influenza virus, and that exposures as low as 2-5 mJ/cm2 are capable of inactivating coronaviruses on surfaces.


Chemical and microbiological evaluation of the Andes UV-165 EXO prototype for inpatient wards at the Central Military Hospital.

Surfaces may play a role in SARS-CoV-2 transmission

A new study claims that without effective surface cleaning, viruses can easily spread by surface-mediated transmission.


Treatment in operating theatres and sensitive patient rooms

The causes of contagion are mainly due to the septic state of the place, the biological load that the patient is carrying, the surgical material, the circulation and discipline that the staff may have and the maintenance of air quality.


Documentation in English

Coronavirus 2020 ultraviolet susceptibility COVID-19

This report addresses the ultraviolet susceptibility of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 disease. Included is a discussion of the feasibility of using new multivector focused ultraviolet light technology as a disinfection strategy.


ATI covid19 Cleanup Guidelines

With over thirty years of experience in developing the best disinfection and disinfection protocols, ATI has assembled a COVID-19 response team to help you plan and deploy effective protection against this viral threat.


Inactivation of the SARS-CoV coronavirus that induces severe acute respiratory syndrome SARS-CoV

The virus was inactivated by ultraviolet (UV) light at 254 nm, heat treatment of 65 "C or higher, alkaline (pH>12) or acidic (pH <3) conditions, formalin and glutaraldehyde treatments. We describe the kinetics of these efficient methods of viral inactivation, which will allow investigations with SARS-CoV containing materials, which become non-infectious, at reduced safety levels.


Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation of N95 filtering facepiece respirators contaminated with fluenza

These data suggest that decontamination and reuse of FFRs with UVGI can be effective. Implementation of a UVGI method will require careful consideration of the FFR model, material type and design.


A model for choosing an automated ultraviolet-C disinfection system

Environmental disinfection has become the new frontier in the ongoing battle to reduce the risk of healthcare-associated infections. Ultraviolet-C (UV-C) disinfection is a type of non-contact technology that is proving to be a successful complement to manual cleaning in reducing environmental bioburden.


Ultraviolet LEDs are effective in removing coronavirus from surfaces and potentially from air and water.

Researchers are developing ultraviolet LEDs that have the ability to decontaminate surfaces, and potentially air and water, that have been in contact with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.


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