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Dear Clients and Partners

In this extraordinary time, when communities around the world are faced with the challenge of fighting an invisible enemy “COVID-19”.

Hoping that your family, close friends and colleagues are healthy and well. We at Eco Clean Light would like to support this fight by using every available technology supported with our specialist knowledge in the field of UV light. Our value of services rendered is currently directed to all companies and institutions that may have a problem in their facilities which has the potential to be classed as high-risk to infectious diseases.

Using currently the best technology in the world, we provide you with an effective solution, which is a new and extremely effective weapon against the spread of the virus known throughout the planet.

Our services are currently available in Poland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Dominik Ściepko
Founder & CEO


We disinfect space with the use of virucidal UV-C light

The COVID-19 outbreak in early 2020 created a new way of thinking about biosafety. The perception of the new reality by customers and employees deeply impacted every corner of the world. Our UVC Sterilisation solutions is the answer to a demand to increase safety- from products designed for everyday work spaces and activities of many industries, to specialised applications such as disinfection of shopping trolleys and luggage.

The effectiveness of the disinfection process largely depends on the selection of the right solution for the given surface and environment. Being able to choose different solutions, we can optimise the disinfection process at many levels and make it a solution ensuring permanent security in any given facility.

Our UV-C Solutions


Three UV-C towers system


Hotel rooms, office and hospital rooms


Disinfection cabin for trolleys and luggage


Supermarkets, airports

UV-C Lamps

Suspended ceiling UV-C lamps


Offices, canteens, toilets

Who do we help?

Areas of Application

We disinfect and clean all internal interiors


Air terminals, aircraft decks

Production Plants

Workplace zones, machine handling, packaging and quality control areas

Schools and Colleges

Lecture halls, conference rooms, offices and studios


Service areas for trucks and lifts, packaging areas, production areas


Office spaces, conference rooms, communication zones, social facilities


Small and large area stores, cash register service areas, social and office facilities

Medical Facilities

Hospitals, clinics, doctor's offices, laboratories

Improve your safety and work environment for employees today

Warehouse and Production Halls

Service areas for trucks and lifts, packaging areas, production areas

Medical Facilities

Hospitals, clinics, doctor's offices, laboratories


Office spaces, conference rooms, communication zones, social facilities


Purchase areas, cash register service areas, social and office facilities

Schools and Colleges

Lecture halls, conference rooms, offices and studios


Air terminals, aircraft decks
Here and Now Disinfection

Thanks to the latest generation UV-C Robots

OCTA UV-SYSTEM emits concentrated UV-C light to infectious hotspots in various types of rooms. Prevents and limits the spread of infectious microorganisms in the environment by breaking down their DNA structure, preventing them from reproducing further. Safe, reliable and user friendly.
OCTA UV-SYSTEM is a device that emits concentrated UV-C light on infectious hotspots in various types of rooms. It prevents and limits the spread of infectious microorganisms in the environment by decomposing their DNA structure, preventing their further reproduction. Safe, reliable and user-friendly.

  • Kills 99.9% of viruses, bacteria and fungi
  • It is intended for disinfection of hospital, hotel and office surfaces
  • Prevents and limits the spread of infectious microorganisms on all surfaces and in the air
  • It includes a laser rangefinder, automatic switch-off function, managed by the application from the control tablet

See studies on the effectiveness of controlling Coronovirus with UV-C light.


The device can reach all places. The use of three radiation sources significantly reduces the shading effect and accelerates disinfection.

Precision and Efficiency

OCTA UV-SYSTEM emits a precisely defined dose of UV-C light in a full 360 degree range around itself. It evenly illuminates all surfaces within its range.


A disinfection report is generated automatically after each cycle. High-class dosimeters are used to confirm the disinfection level.

"In such a serious crisis, in which the health of the world is threatened, our innovative technology really works."

Dominik ŚciepkoCEO, Founder
Triple Power, Triple Efficiency


OCTA UV-SYSTEM consists of three devices equipped with UV-C radiators with a total power of 1200 W. It emits UV-C light with a wavelength of 253.7 nm.

Thanks to the arrangement of UV sources in three independent devices, we can simultaneously disinfect in three rooms or one with a complicated arrangement of equipment. The usage of three devices ensures the distribution of radiation to all key surfaces, at the same time eliminating the common effect of shading while using a single device.

3 min. 40 sec.

OCTA UV-SYSTEM needs just 3 min 40 sec,
to disinfect all surfaces and air in a 30 m2 room

Control via a tablet with a dedicated application
360 degree rotating wheels meeting hospital and hotel standards
Comfortable, stable handles for carrying the robot
Phillips UV-C lamps with a total power of 1200 W
Lidar laser sensors accurately measure distance from objects and walls
Safe shopping and transport

Disinfection of shopping and luggage carts

By using HYPER TUBE UV you have the opportunity to define and introduce a new quality in the management of shopping carts. As studies show, only 25% of all carts is in continuous circulation. The cyclical use of the same trucks exposes customers to increased contact with pathogens.
Thanks to HYPER TUBE UV, your customers will appreciate the possibility of using the entire fleet of clean, disinfected shopping carts.

Control system based on an original application
Can be marked with your own branding
UV-C lamps with a total power of 3000 W or 5000 W emit light with a wavelength of 253.7 nm
The trolleys undergo full disinfection, after leaving the cab all surfaces of the trolley are 99.9% disinfected
Spacious, double cabins available in two sizes, 3 m and 5 m

Huge Power

HYPER TUBE UV comes in two sizes:
5 m - 5000 W, 3 m - 3000 W.

Rapid Disinfection

HYPER TUBE UV needs only
4 minutes to disinfect 30 carts with a disinfection efficiency of 99.9%.


Intended for disinfection of shopping and luggage carts.

In the fight against viruses

Our lighting solutions

The most effective light with a wavelength of 253.7 nm
360 ° light cover around the lamp
Zero Ozone emission
Kills 99.99% of viruses, bacteria and fungi
Infrared sensor
30 seconds delay starter

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UV-C - Ultraviolet Light

Invisible Light Killing Microorganisms

  • UV is part of sunlight, which is an easy way to clean the surface in our daily lives.
  • UV is a type of invisible electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of 100 to 380 nm.
  • The first artificial UV light source was created in Germany 200 years ago.

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Effective fight against pathogens

How does UV-C light kill microorganisms?

(including bacteria and viruses)

The cell nucleus of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses and fungi) contains thymine, the chemical component of DNA / RNA. This component absorbs UV-C radiation at 253.7 nm and changes to such an extent (thymine dimer formation) that the cell is no longer able to survive or multiply.

  • UV-C (253.7 nm) penetrates the cell wall of the microorganism
  • High energy UV-C photons are absorbed by DNA / RNA cell proteins
  • UV-C damages the structure of the protein, causing metabolic disorders
  • DNA / RNA is chemically altered, so organisms cannot replicate
  • Organisms are not able to metabolise and replicate, they CANNOT cause disease or damage to other organisms

See the full list of viruses and bacteria that kill UV-C light.

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Frequently Asked Questions

About disinfection

History & research of UV light

Electromagnetic radiation from 100 to 400 nm (ultraviolet radiation, UV abbreviation) was discovered independently by German physicist Johann Wilhelm Ritter and British chemist William Hyde Wollaston in 1801.

Electromagnetic radiation from 100 to 400 nm (ultraviolet radiation, UV abbreviation) was discovered independently by German physicist Johann Wilhelm Ritter and British chemist William Hyde Wollaston in 1801.

The Danish physicist NielsRyberg Finsen (1860–1904) was the first to notice the antiseptic effect of ultraviolet and examine it. He discovered that exposure to sunlight has a stimulating effect on human tissue.

He made a breakthrough in ultraviolet research at the beginning of the 20th century. His work led to the development of Finsen's healing lamp. This lamp generated artificial sunlight and was used until the 1950s. This "sunlight" contained ultraviolet light, just like real sunlight. This led to Dr. Finsen's most important discovery. He discovered that ultraviolet is able to destroy pathogenic organisms. In 1903 Dr. Finsen received the Nobel Prize in medicine for his achievements.

What is UV-C disinfection?

UV-C light is the name of a specific (invisible) spectrum of light. UV-C light is created by light whose wavelength is between 200 and 280 nm. This light is very well suited for so-called disinfection. Exposure to UV-C light causes death or permanent damage to any microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, fungi) within its range. The best results are obtained with a wavelength of exactly 253.7 nm.

UV-C disinfection is used for water, air and all surfaces. The advantage of using UV-C is that no chemicals need to be added to the air or water, and the composition of the air or water does not change. What's more, the system is very economical compared to many other disinfection methods. It is obvious that UV-C disinfection is a very environmentally friendly and safe technique.

How does UV-C disinfection work?

As we can read in numerous studies and reports, when biological organisms are exposed to deep UV C-type light in the range from 200 nm to 280 nm, it is absorbed by DNA, RNA and proteins. Light absorbed by proteins leads to rupture of cell walls and death of the body.

Microorganisms are simple organic structures that easily absorb UV-C wavelength, causing photo-dissociation (destruction). In hundredths of a second he receives irreversible damage. Subsequent loss of genetic instructions causes cell death and / or inability to replicate, rendering them harmless. Continuous exposure causes continuous degradation, just like the sun, only much faster.

Is UV-C light safe for humans?

UV-C radiation does not penetrate through glass, plastic, clothing or the top layer of skin. Prolonged exposure to UV-C radiation can be harmful to the eyes and skin.

Users should always be careful, do not stay in the room during disinfection, wear protective clothing.

Can I look at the device whilst its operating?

Yes. UV-C waves cannot pass through glass. Therefore, it is safe to be on the other side of the window or wall.

About our service

How long does the disinfection service last?

The time needed for thorough disinfection of a room depends on its surface and the complexity of the arrangement of the equipment elements inside. We evaluate each space individually.

Our robots can disinfect up to 2,000 m2 of open space in 90 min.

How long does the effect last after disinfection?

After disinfection, the room will remain at a very low microbial load until new pathogens (bacteria, viruses, fungi) enter the room or ventilation system.

Why use a UV-C robot?

Antimicrobial and antibacterial resistance are the greatest global threat to modern medicine as we know it. They are resistant to antibiotics, but are sensitive to UV radiation. While UV-C light is effective in combating antimicrobial resistance, static UV-C cannot reach shaded areas. That's why using a UV-C robot makes a big difference; by moving around the robot, you can reach different areas and drastically reduce the chances of shading.

What happens if someone enters while the device is operating?

Safety measures must be taken during the disinfection cycle. People should not be exposed to direct light, although short-term exposure to light is not a hazard.

Do shadows or shadowing in the room affect the effectiveness of disinfection?

The UV-C robot can move in many positions in a room to maximize the number of surfaces directly exposed to the full UV-C spectrum and minimize dependence on reflection coefficient, which varies depending on the room and surface.

The Latest News About UV-C Light


Robot UVD: Specialized application

See what disinfection of hospital surfaces looks like using the UVD Robot

Safe disinfection of public transport - Shanghai

See how disinfection of city buses in Shanghai looks like.

UV-C in the aviation industry, CNBC Television

Learn more about how UV-C light works. See how planes are disinfected.

How does Coronavirus work?

See a video with detailed information about the COVID-19 Coronavirus.

 UV-C: Static and dynamic devices

Professor Val Edwards-Jones presents the differences between a specified types of devices used for UV-C light disinfection.

The role of UVD robots during a pandemic

See the statement by Jacob Mortensen, head of the Danish company UVD Robots.

BBC NEWS about the use of autonomous UV-C devices in medical facilities

Numerous studies show that UV-C radiation and devices using this technology are effective in reducing hospital infections and controlling so-called superbugs. In 2014, one of the hospitals in Texas used UV-C light as a method of disinfection after cases of Ebola infection.

EN - Article in English

REUTERS agency about the use of UV-C radiation in applications for the aviation industry

In 2014, Dimer UCV Innovations developed the GermFalcon device dedicated to the aviation industry. The device emits UV-C radiation and is intended for for disinfecting aircraft.

EN - Article in English

"UV-C rays kill the Coronavirus, but humans cannot contact them"

Lamps that emit ultraviolet rays sterilize the air from microorganisms, including viruses. Experts warn, however, that this is a tool intended for specialized applications and its improper use can be dangerous to people.

PL - Article in Polish

"Will UV radiation become an ally in the fight against pandemics?"

The Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS) mentions UV radiation as one of the ways to fight coronavirus. Ultraviolet light destroys its thin lipid layer.

Read the article on the Business Insider website about the operation and use of UV-C light in the fight against a pandemic.

PL - Article in Polish

"Ultraviolet in Coronavirus"

Searching for ways to fight the SARS-CoV-2 virus, Chinese sanitary services began using UV lamps. They are used by both hospitals and some enterprises, including public transport managers.

Read the article about the use of UV light to disinfect public transport vehicles in Shanghai.

PL - Article in Polish

Everything you need to know about Coronavirus

The new SARS-Cov-2 Coronavirus causes a disease called COVID-19. The disease is most often manifested by fever, coughing, shortness of breath, muscle aches and fatigue.

Read the article on the website of the Ministry of Health containing all necessary information about this threat.

PL - Article in Polish

A list of bacteria and viruses that gets killed by UV-C light

Dr Władysław Kowalski has published over 40 articles and several books on topics related to healthcare technologies, including his most-cited book, The Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Handbook, 2009.

EN - Document in English

Statement on the effectiveness of UV-C light in the fight against coronavirus

Professor Dr. Val Edwards-Jones - licensed scientist, member of Instiute of Biomedical Science, retired professor of medical microbiology at Manchester Metropolitan University, director of Essental Microbiology Ltd. - issued a statement confirming the effectiveness of UV-C light in the fight against Coronavirus.

PL - Document in Polish

Assessment of microorganism reduction by using UV-C dosimeters when exposed to UV-C light

See the report of Professor Val Edwards-Jones, clinical director, MelBec Microbiology Ltd. "Assessment of microorganism reduction through the use of UV-C dosimeters when exposed to UV-C light"

EN - Document in English

Studies on the dose of UV-C radiation required to deactivate bacteria, protozoa and viruses

Report updated and extended by Adel Haji Malayeri, Madjid Mohseni, Bill Cairns and James R. Bolton from the Faculty of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

EN - Document in English


Eco Clean Light is part of the company Eco Light Led, which since 2009 has been an expert in industrial LED lighting, using the latest technologies.

In 2020, Eco Light Led introduced to its offer innovative UV-C light disinfection products based on intelligent robots that fully automated disinfect all surfaces by killing bacteria and viruses. Of course, they are effective in the fight against Coronavirus.


Eco Clean Light

The latest Eco Clean Light solutions are a response to the current market demand for services related to disinfection of all surfaces through UV light.

Our mission is to eliminate the risk of health and life threats by destroying deadly microorganisms. We ensure effective fight against pathogens, coronaviruses and bacteria, contributing to minimizing the risk of infection.

Welcome to the New Era of UV-C Light Disinfection Technology


Eco Light
Clean Technology

Portowa 13b
76-200 Słupsk

tel. +48 59 307 00 01


Service department Germany / Switzerland / Austria

Marta Olczak
Tel. +48 59 307 00 01

International service department

Dominik Ściepko
Tel. +48 883 949 800

Mateusz Grabka
Tel. +48 512 248 144

Jacek Kopacz
Tel. +48 535 477 707

Service department United Kingdom

David Wheadon
+44 7469 726 083