UVColdPlasmsa's UVC bulbs are especially made to radiate UV-C light at the most germicidal wavelength of 264 nm. This has been third party tested by high quality research facilities: ASHRAE and The Lancet Group.

Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) is an advanced oxidation process that combines the power of UV light and a highly reactive metallic catalyst to accelerate photoreactions. In the PCO process, the UV light’s energy reacts with the catalyst to create an energy gap that is used to generate free radicals, including hydroxyl radicals. The radical species are highly reactive with organic compounds, and quickly and efficiently oxidize odors, bacteria, viruses, and harmful or unwanted chemicals.

When specific wavelengths of UV light react with the air, it creates purifying plasma. Plasma is the fourth state of matter, energized beyond solid, liquid, or gas. 99% of the matter found in the universe is in a plasma state. Photoplasma can be found naturally and is often referred to as the “detergent” of the Earth’s atmosphere because of its ability to react with many harmful pollutants. It uses oxygen and water in the air to create a mix of positive and negative ions, hydroxyl radicals, oxygen singlets, and minimal ozone. Photoplasma effectively reduces bacteria, viruses, mold, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and unpleasant odors.

Sun spurs, northern lights, and lightning are all examples of naturally occurring plasma.

What is Cold Oxygen Plasma?

What is Ultraviolet (UV) Light?

Ultraviolet (UV) light has been used safely for over a century to disinfect drinking water and sterilize air and surfaces. It is invisible to the human eye and is categorized by wavelength into UV-A (blacklights), UV-B (sunburns), and UV-C (germicidal). UV-C radiation is the main type used in UV disinfection technology, and it has been shown to disinfect surfaces, air, and objects and kill bacteria and viruses in seconds. UV-C can be used in numerous disinfection applications from public transport and restaurants to hospitals, schools, and offices.


Agencies such as the US EPA, US FDA, US Government, ASHRAE, CIBSE (UK), and ISHRAE (India) all approve UV technologies for disinfection and sanitation applications. UV-C light is powerful enough to penetrate the cell walls of microorganisms and shatter the DNA, making it impossible for them to grow and reproduce. Because of this power, BioZone ensures that all our disinfection products are equipped with safeguards to prevent human exposure while maintaining powerful germ-fighting capabilities. Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) based technologies have advanced considerably over the years. BioZone’s patented high-output UV technology requires low energy consumption and maximizes the useful life of UV lamps.

What is Photoplasma?

When specific wavelengths of UV light react with the air, it creates purifying plasma. Plasma is the fourth state of matter, energized beyond solid, liquid, or gas. 99% of the matter found in the universe is in a plasma state. Photoplasma effectively reduces bacteria, viruses, mold, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and unpleasant odors.

What is Photocatalytic Oxidation?

PCO, is an advanced oxidation process that combines the power of UV light and a highly reactive metallic catalyst to accelerate photoreactions. In the PCO process, the UV light’s energy reacts with the catalyst to create an energy gap that is used to generate free radicals, including hydroxyl radicals. The radical species are highly reactive with organic compounds, and quickly and efficiently oxidize odors, bacteria, viruses, and harmful or unwanted chemicals.

Positive and Negative Ions

Positive and Negative Ions occur naturally in the air and are one of nature’s most efficient means of decreasing airborne contamination such as bacteria, viruses, and VOCs, and neutralizing odorous gases and aerosols. Ions are electrically charged particles that have either gained or lost electrons. Negatively charged ions have an excess of electrons which gives them a net negative electric charge. BioZone’s Cold Oxygen Plasma that is generated contains ions to systematically attract multiple compounds in the air and bind them together to increase the yield of the destruction of odor molecules, bacteria, viruses, and chemicals. These compounds are also targeted by the other components found in the Cold Oxygen Plasma.

Is this an Ozone generator?

In short - No. While ozone is a powerful oxidant found naturally in the environment. Like photoplasma, it is created by the reaction of oxygen and specific wavelengths of UV light.

Ozone is widely recognized for its ability to destroy germs, bacteria, viruses, odors, and micro-contaminants, ozone breaks down unwanted organic compounds including harsh chemicals, yet also has been found to break down plants, furniture, and clothes, and Ozone is harmful to breathe. Ozone can become an irritant in high concentrations. UVColdPlasma's products are specially designed to generate a minimal level of Ozone. UVColdPlasma's methodologies are compliant with national and international ozone concentration guidelines. For more than a century, Biozone Products have been used to safely disinfect drinking water and is approved for multiple food service applications by the US FDA.

UVC Light Can Disinfect

Enjoy breathing the freshest, clean air all the time with UVC-generated Cold Plasma. It is proven to have the following benefits:

  • Effective - Reduces viruses from air and on surfaces by 99.9% in less than .44 seconds and removes bacteria from air and room surfaces

  • Healthy - Lowers respiratory illnesses

  • Trusted - An accepted and accredited disinfection solution for over a century

  • Natural - Provide a natural solution to the problem of drug-resistant and chemical-resistant infectious diseases