UVX co-founders Saimir and Kunal demonstrated Zener, UVX's first product, at University of British Columbia's e@UBC Venture Showcase. In the category that UVX was presenting, UVX placed 2nd for People's Choice Award.
UVX is excited to announce that the Division of Infectious Diseases, within the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia (UBC), has commenced testing of UVX’s core technology: filtered 222nm Far-UVC light produced by UVX’s flagship Zener device. The tests will be conducted at the Jack Bell Research Centre.
The negative socio-economic effects of infectious diseases are undeniable. Yet traditional chemical disinfectants and UV solutions fail to effectively and efficiently mitigate these issues. Recognizing the shortcomings of traditional methods, UVX makes disinfection effortless, affordable, effective, sustainable, and safe for everyone.
Engineer Kunal Sethi is secretive about what, exactly, his revolutionary germ-zapper will look like. But it will be small, he says: a programmable, ceiling-mounted device roughly the size of a Wi-Fi router that quietly bathes entire rooms in ultraviolet light — potentially saving tens of thousands of lives each year.