SCIS Air Security
Raising the Standard for Aircraft Sanitization
SCIS uses the latest germicidal UVC light to sanitize aircraft and equipment at airports throughout the US. Our SteriFlight UVC Cart solution can sanitize an aircraft in 15 minutes without the use of chemicals. It is also highly effective at sanitize the air within the aircraft cabin.
SCIS provides highly effective UVC aircraft sanitization services. UVC has been proven to inactivate COVID-19 and can be used to efficiently sanitize an aircraft without chemicals making this an environmentally friendly sanitization solution.
Ultraviolet light (UV) is a form of electromagnetic radiation that is invisible to humans. While visible light has a wavelength of 700-400 nm, the wavelength of UV light is 400-10 nm. UV light within the range of 280-200 nm is categorized as UVC.
High-frequency UV rays within the range of 300-200 nm are strongly absorbed by nucleic acids (DNA and RNA). As a result, these rays are effective at killing or inactivating many disease-carrying pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Our sanitization services utilize germicidal UVC lamps for disinfection, which emit UV at wavelengths between 280-255 nm.
To help the aviation industry adjust to the effects of COVID-19, SCIS is proud to partner with SteriFlight to bring to the aviation industry the same UVC technology that has been used to sterilize hospital rooms and equipment for the last 20 years. With 700+ SIDA badged employees located across 39 US airports, SCIS is uniquely positioned to quickly assist airlines with their sanitization needs. Contact us now to request a demo.
Effectiveness of UVC
"The incidence of target organisms among exposed patients was significantly lower after adding UV to standard cleaning strategies."
"NIOSH found that, as of April 2020, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, vaporous hydrogen peroxide, and moist heat have shown the most promise as potential methods to decontaminate FFRs."
"We demonstrated that SARS-CoV-2, even at high viral titers, could be inactivated rapidly by UVC irradiation, revealing that this method is reliable not only for disinfection purposes in health care facilities but also for preparing inactivated SARS-CoV-2 material for research."
SCIS has partnered with SteriFlight www.steriflight.com to use their UVC equipment at the 39 US airports SCIS operates in. SteriFlight designed UVC equipment to be highly effective on aircraft and within the aviation industry. The SCIS and SteriFlight partnership brings the latest SteriFlight UVC sanitization equipment to the airline industry with highly trained SCIS SIDA-badged technicians to ensure an effective and efficient sanitization service. Please contact email@example.com to schedule a free on-aircraft demonstration.