Crystal IS UVC LEDs compliant with ISO 10993-5 Cytotoxicity

Crystal IS recently announced that its Klaran HC UVC LEDs are the first high performance UVC LEDs to be ISO 10993-5 Cytotoxicity compliant. The company’s Klaran HC products have previously been tested and proved to be biocompatible to be used in Class I and Class II medical devices that need an FDA 510(k) submittal. Crystal

3 ways to integrate UVC LEDs into medical devices

Adding disinfection with UVC LEDs is a viable alternative to chemicals, according to Crystal IS. Here are three examples of how they can make a difference. Rajul Randive, Crystal IS In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) reported significant progress in many areas commonly associated with hospital acquired infections (HAIs). However, on any

11 companies with interesting technology at MD&M East

Thousands of engineers and executives are expected to descend on the Javits Center in New York next week for MD&M East, the largest medical device manufacturing event on the East Coast. Fun attractions include Apple co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak delivering a keynote speech, the 19th annual Medical Design Excellence Awards, robot battles and a 3D printed

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Crystal IS expands product line to include high powered UVC LEDs

Crystal IS announces its new commercial product line targeting higher power applications for UVC disinfection of water, air and surfaces. Klaran, Crystal IS’s first generation disinfection product line, offers germicidal output powers from 15 mW to 30 mW, uniquely suited for use in healthcare, lab water and consumer product applications where health and human safety

Reducing the impact of hospital-acquired infections with UV disinfection

Integrating UVC LEDs into a UVGI system, instead of mercury lamps, allows for continuous disinfection without causing harm to a patient. As standards look to reduce HAIs, LEDs will quite possibly become the light source of choice. Rajul Randive Director of Application Engineering Crystal IS Infection control is a major focus in healthcare, owing to

Increasing and expanding medical technology—not the cost

The implementation of new medical technology accounts between 38 and 65% of health care spending increases. New technology expands the range of treatment options available to patients; however, it does so by replacing lower-cost options with higher-cost services. UVC LEDs help instrument manufacturers build smaller, powerful tools and products with lower costs. Crystal IS, a maker