nUVo™ Traveler is the ultimate, virus-targeted personal space disinfection device for cars, homes, and offices – protecting you wherever you go. Completely portable, it fits in your car cupholder and your backpack and runs on 4-hour rechargeable batteries or a USB-C power source.
- 48" diameter pathogen interception coverage
- Designed for 99.9%+ effective and constant disinfection in real-time
- Filter-free air disinfection — save money and hassle-free
- Safe and reliable patent-pending UVC light blocker
- Portable, lightweight design with dual-speed quiet operation
- Rechargeable battery up to 4 hours and lamp lasting 8,000 hours (~2 1/2 years if used 8 hours/day)
IMPORTANT: This nUVo™ Traveler device is not intended to be used as a medical device and is not registered as a medical device under any applicable laws. Ultraviolet radiation is emitted from this lamp. Avoid exposure of the eyes and skin to any unshielded source of light. Before using nUVo™ products, read all the instructions and caution in the user manual.
nUVo™ is an important part of the UV™ by Energy Focus portfolio of advanced disinfection solutions that safely expose pathogens to high energy, deep ultra-violet rays (UVC), breaking their DNA and RNA strands and therefore deactivating and destroying bacteria, molds and viruses such as SARS-CoV-2 and its variants.
How does nUVo™ Tower Virus-Targeted UVC Air Disinfection work?
Our technology focuses on active and constant air disinfection.
Learn more from our expert third-party Microbiological Performance Test Report.
nUVo™ Tower delivers powerful protection and designed to destroy 99.9%+ airborne pathogen.
The nUVo air disinfection tower delivers airborne pathogen interception and disinfection in real-time. With no filter changes required and a replaceable, fully enclosed UVC lighting module that lasts 10,000 hours (approx. 3 years if used 8 hours per day), the nUVo™ Tower Virus Targeted UVC Air Disinfector will destroy 99.9%+ of airborne pathogens including bacteria, molds and viruses, including SARS-CoV2 and its variants.