Vyv Announces Groundbreaking Inactivation and Killing of Viruses with its UV-Free Antimicrobial Light Technology

Vyv Antimicrobial LED Technology (405nm) — a Visible Light that Kills* Bacteria, Mold, Fungi and Yeast on Surfaces — Now Shown to also Inactivate and Kill* Viruses

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Vyv Virus News Full Press Release May 12, 2021

May 12, 2021 – Vyv Announces Groundbreaking Inactivation and Killing of Viruses with its Antimicrobial Light Technology

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FAQ

Vyv Virus Claim FAQ

The antimicrobial effects of visible light (405nm) on bacteria, mold, fungi, and yeast have been well-studied and documented for many years. Recent investigations have been conducted on the efficacy on non-enveloped viruses and enveloped viruses.

Here are frequently asked questions about Vyv’s impact on viruses.

Vyv Virus Inactivation
Virus Inactivation Presentation

This presentation summarizes the results of recent studies of 400-420nm light efficacy against viruses.

Research Studies

Vyv Microchem Virus Study
Microchem Laboratory Study

Full study performed by Microchem Laboratory on non-enveloped viruses for Vyv, Inc.

Virucidal Effects Report
Virucidal Effects of 405nm light on SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza A Virus Report

Shed the light on virus: virucidal effects of 405nm visible light on SARS-CoV-2 and influenza A virus. Full pre-publication study results here.

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*Testing on a non-enveloped virus (MS2 bacteriophage) showed a 99.985% reduction in controlled laboratory testing in 6 hours on hard surfaces. MRSA and E. coli showed 90%+ reduction in controlled laboratory testing in 24 hours on hard surfaces. Results may vary depending on the amount of light that is reaching the surfaces in the space where the product is installed and the length of time of exposure. Use of Vyv antimicrobial light is not intended to replace manual cleaning.

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