UV Angel – Pathogen Control Technology

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Designed directly into a traditional ceiling light fixture, this product is an unobtrusive environmental treatment system that uses ultraviolet light to automatically and continually treat the air.

UV Light kills germs

For example, UV lights kill up to 99.99% of viruses, bacteria and fungus.  The CDC has known for years that UV lighting is a powerful way to disinfect.  In fact, UV light is routinely used to sanitize surgical equipment. So why aren’t we using this technology regularly? Simply put, UV light is hazardous to humans. Exposure to UV lights damages our skin and eyes. However, there is one Michigan company that’s found a way to use the power of UV lighting without harming humans. Randcom is proud to introduce the UV Angel Air to its list of building maintenance services. 


UV Angel is a pathogen control technology company located in Grand Haven, Michigan. The company is lead by engineers, health care professionals, and product developers. Coming together, The UV Angel team has a singular focus. Their goal is to make the world a safer and cleaner place through next generation technology. Furthermore, UV Angel works exclusively with Randcom in the Metro Detroit, Southeast Michigan area.

Great For Schools

UV Angel is a great option for schools. There are no hazardous byproducts.The air is treated and safely let back into the environment with no extra additives. For example, units are installed in high-trafficked areas at MSU.

Offers Nonstop Protection

Each unit moves the air at 50 cubic feet per minute. That means for 150 sq ft space, the air is cleaned four times in one hour. Likewise, UV Angel Air is perfect for medical facilities. Dentists, Urgent Cares, and Surgical Centers benefit sanitized air.

Can Run In Occupied Rooms

UV Angel Air may be safely used in occupied rooms. Additionally, units can run 24 hours a day. Tests show that germ elimination rates are 99.99%. Also, units can fight more than 80 serious disease-causing pathogens.


UV Angel did their homework. For example, the unit cleans the air every 0.7 seconds. The air is sanitized with UV Angel’s patented ultraviolet (UV-C) technology. This is how it works:

    • First, air is quietly drawn into a sealed UV-C air chamber with a series of fans and filters.
    • Second, the air moves around the UV-C air chamber. The air is treated with high intensity UV-C light. That inactivates bacteria, fungus and viruses in the air.
    • Finally, the treated air is then returned to the room. The result is a healthier space.
    • Moreover, units work nonstop. Units fit into a standard in-ceiling fixture, not on the floor.
    • Each unit protects over 150 square feet of a facility and disinfects 50 cubic ft of air per minute.


This product contains powerful proprietary software inside each unit. This is an important advantage to germ control. The data tells you about the germs in your environment.


Currently, MSU has air units in high traffic areas on their campus. Additionally, McDonald’s franchise owners in Chicago, Dallas and Houston markets already installed UV angels for their indoor spaces. UV Angel Air is perfect for spaces needing clean air. For example, hospitals, urgent care centers, schools, hotel rooms, restaurants, or any high traffic area.


This product is installation friendly. Furthermore, the unit fits into a standard ceiling light fixture. As a result, this allows the light to be installed anywhere with ease. Randcom Building Services is more than happy to install your units. Contact us today for a free estimate on your space.


UV Angel Air is simple, seamless, and effective. Here are a few reasons to add these to your space. First, the in-ceiling design saves you valuable floor space. Second, units clean the air nonstop. Third, unlike other UV sanitization devices, this unit is safe to use in occupied rooms. Also, this product does not require any staff training. Simply install and let it work. Consider, this product is proven to eliminate 99.99% of bacteria and viruses in the air. Each unit protects 150 square ft and disinfects 50 cubic ft of air per minute. Lab tests show UV Angel Air fights more than 80 serious disease-causing pathogens. Finally, the UV Angel Air is unobtrusive. Each unit fits smoothly into existing ceiling tiles. Indeed, that is germ control you can trust. Ready to take the next step?

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