Providing Intelligent Air Monitoring & Infection Eradication Systems

Neva’s new monitoring and eradication systems identify and eliminate Covid-19, current and future pathogens, other viruses, harmful Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), bacteria, fungi and yeast.

Introducing Neva Healthcare

Neva Healthcare has developed the new and most comprehensive proprietary infectious monitoring and eradication technology for commercial environments to date. It’s initial Phase I Smart Air Sensor Monitor System (SAM) and Bio-Safety Air and Surface Sterilizing (BASS) platforms which measures unhealthy and hazardous air will be brought to market later this year. Neva’s Phase 2 monitoring and sterilization system (SAT) provides air quality monitoring and real time telehealth data which records and delivers pattern recognition of respiratory conditions. SAT Will be brought to market in year 2023 to 2024.

Innovative Technology Designed for Today’s New World

Neva’s systems identify and eradicate existing and future pathogens, bacteria, fungi, yeast and viruses in a wide range of environments using 222nm UVC wavelengths and leading-edge environmental sensor platforms.

Government Health Organizations' Position on UVC for Eradicating SARS-CoV-2

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

U.S. Food & Drug Administration

National Institute of Health

Fortune Magazine

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Far-222nm UVC Light Safety Kills Airborne Coronaviruses

More than 99.9% of seasonal coronaviruses present in airborne droplets were killed when exposed to a particular wavelength of ultraviolet light that is safe to use around humans, a new study at the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found.

UV Lights & Lamps: Ultraviolet-C Radiation, Disinfection, & Coronavirus

Given the current outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, consumers may be interested in purchasing ultraviolet-C (UVC) lamps to disinfect surfaces in the home or similar spaces. The FDA is providing answers to consumers' questions about the use of these lamps for disinfection during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reduces Viral Aerosol or Surface-based Transmissions

We found that SARS-CoV-2 can be inactivated effectively using a broad range of UVC wavelengths, and 222 nm provided the best disinfection performance. Interestingly, 222-nm irradiation has been found to be safe for human exposure up to thresholds that are beyond those effective for inactivating viruses.

There's a third way to minimize COVID exposure besides masks and distancing. Let's start using it.

In addition to the two widely publicized methods of minimizing exposure to the virus (wearing a mask or face covering over your nose and mouth, and social distancing) is a third, fairly new, yet rarely mentioned method: cleansing the air. One effective way to cleanse the indoor air around us is with far-UVC light at a 222-nanometer wavelength. This short wavelength on the far end of the ultraviolet spectrum is not harmful to humans. 

Upper-Room Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI)

CDC recommends a layered strategy to reduce exposures to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. A layered strategy combines multiple prevention strategies such as consistent and correct use of masks, ventilation, physical distancing, cleaning and disinfection, and hygiene. Ventilation interventions can help reduce the number of infectious viral particles (e.g. SARA-CoV-2) in the air. Ventilation interventions include opening windows, using fans, adding high-efficiency particle air (HEPA) fan/filter systems, and adding upper-room ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).

Annual Infection Disease Cost
Annual Healthcare Associated Infections in the U.S.
Annual Healthcare Associated Infections in Europe
Annual Staph Infections

Comparison of Costs & Benefits to Chemical Cleaning

  • Reoccurring cleaning materials costs
  • Repeating labor costs for cleaning protocols
  • Cost and errors within manual history records to document cleaning events
  • Analysis of space type that needs to be cleaned using different protocols
  • Time spent training and onboarding
  • Salaries, benefits and general overhead costs
  • Potential misaligned hires
  • Continuous disinfection efficiency for air, surfaces and objects at lower cost point
  • Lighter workloads across end-user verticals
  • 99.9% kill rate of pathogens in room
  • Higher quality sterilization practices
  • Automatic disinfection history records,  shared usage data in real time, full transparency via simple dashboards
  • New areas of expertise
  • Decreased risk across all end users
  • No chemical effects
  • Less waste (1000  square foot room manual disinfection generate 500-700kg of waste to landfill vs Neva 6-10kg
  • Reduces carbon footprint by around 90% 1

1 Disinfection with UVC sterilization is not a replacement for cleaning. Cleaning must happen before disinfection activity. In some cases, end-users may choose to still use chemicals to ensure high touch surfaces or hard to reach places are disinfected, where independently verified study examined UVC sterilization as an appropriate replacement for any chemical-based disinfection.