Halo only emits
Far Ultraviolet Light
Light makes it easy.
Benefits of Far-UVC
Far-UVC light can sanitize germs on surfaces in seconds; including SARS CoV-2.
Halo emits only filtered far UV-C Light within existing safety standards.*
Millions of cycles without water, chemicals, or waste, Just Light.
Halo senses an object and activates its five-second cycle.
1. Position Item
Halo sanitizes handhelds.
Halo uses Far-UVC 222 light to sanitize handheld objects.
2. Far UV-C Cleans
Enjoy truly clean handhelds without water, chemicals, or waste!
Violet is under development for use to sanitize hands.
Like Halo with objects, Violet will sense your hands and activate its five-second cycle.
1. Position hands
We are developing Violet to use Far-UVC 222nm that can kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses.
2. Far UV-C Cleans
No water, no chemicals, no waste, Just Light.
The Future is Light.
We are living in the dark.
Our existing methods of hygiene cause dry, cracked, & painful hands and require significant resources.
Germicidal UVC light to sanitize skin was recognized with a Nobel Prize in 1903.
Yet here we are, 118 years later, without light-based handwashing infrastructure.
The future is rapid skin-safe germicidal light handwashing.
Cleaning in seconds without water, chemicals, or waste, Just Light.
Until light is as routine as brushing your teeth, there is vast, preventable waste.
I started a Public Benefit Corporation to make light routine and answer your question:
"Why hasn't this been done before?"
Because light desperately needs a Lorax.
Someone who cares a whole awful lot. Or else nothing is going to get better. It's not.
Peter Forhan, Founder
Statements made on this page have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
*Halo & Violet emit filtered 222 nm wavelength light at amounts under the 22 mJ/cm2 Threshold Limiting Value (TLV) set by the American Conference for Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), the US standards entity that sets guidelines for for occupational and environmental health. The ACGIH has also stated that it intends to increase it's 222 nm TLVs to 450 mJ/cm2.