Certification, Testing and Research

99% proven Effective against Covid-19

Professor Clarice Weis Arns (PhD)

Virology laboratory Institute of Biology State University of UNICAMP Brazil

Sept 2020 – Virucidal Report:

Equipment: Air neutralizer OXIRA

Air neutralizer:  OXIRA

  1. Modelo: Sentry_UV-C (254 nm)
  2. Modelo: XN_UV-C+O3 (185nm)

Virus tested: Coronavirus strain MHV-3 genus Betacoronavirus (same genus and family SARS-CoV-1, SARS-CoV-2, MERS and others).

Action of “OXIRA Air Neutralizer Equipment” on Coronavirus and in different contact times

Model: Sentry UV-C XN (Nocturne) UV-C+O3
(254 nm) (185nm)
Immediately 99,99% (virucidal) 99,99% (virucidal)
After 5 minutes 99,99% (virucidal) 99,99% (virucidal)
After 10 minutes 99,99% (virucidal) 99,99% (virucidal)
virucidal: having the capacity to or tending to destroy or inactivate viruses
Conclusion: Considering that 99.99% of viral contamination was inactivated, it is possible to conclude that OXIRA Air Neutralizer Equipment was effective in destroying particles viral. Therefore, we recommend the use of “OXIRA Equipment: Sentry_UV-C and XN_UV-C + O3” as a potential disinfectant / virucide for the Coronavirus group and for the time of contact from 1 minute. Prof. Dr. Clarice Weis Arns (ID Lattes: 8635038112182716) (Responsible Scientist)

Conforlab Environmental Engineering Brazil  August 2020

CGCRE-NBR ISO/IEC 17.05 ANVISA Accredited.

Conclusive Report of the Efficacy Assessment for reducing the concentration of viable bacteria and fungi in a hospital environment

“the equipment produced by Oxira has quality recognized worldwide, certified in international safety standards for the use of radiation and electricity: EN5501: 2019, EN61547: 2009 and CRF47 part 15. Equipment equipped with a low pressure mercury lamp that produces radiation in the range UV –C, such radiation has a germicidal effect on viruses, bacteria and fungi, a phenomenon that has been studied and proven since the end of the 19th century.”

“In view of the results, it can be concluded that the technology under study generates improvements to indoor air quality, reducing the concentration of viable bacteria and fungi in hospital environments”

77% reduction in Bacteria  and 45% reduction in Fungi after 180mins - tested against 1000 litres of air.

 Royal Melbourne Inst of Technology

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology is a global university of technology and design and Australia’s largest tertiary institution. The University enjoys an international reputation for excellence in practical education and outcome-oriented research. RMIT offers testing services at its facilities, and was chosen for our test.

A random batch of OXIRA units were submitted to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) for testing for its efficacy on reducing airborne bacteria.

The laboratory carefully selected two commonplace bacteria that is often found in our daily life – E.Coli and Salmonella.

After a period of controlled testing, it was shown that the OXIRA units effectively restricted the spread of both common bacteria.

Conclusion: The tests have been carefully planned together with the laboratory, and it has shown that the presence of the OXIRA unit has effectively reduced the growth of two very common bacteria. These two bacteria have been chosen because of their commonplace in our daily lives.

Haffkine Institute for Training, Research and Testing. (March 2012)

Institute of Govt of Maharashtra . Registered with SIRO by the Govt of India, Ministry of Science & Technology

Bacterial and Fungal organisms at two different locations within non sterile room 3.4m x 4m  x 2.8m.  Counts conducted using settle plates.

Sum of control counts in CFU of bacteria species.

Non Sterile room at two different locations after different time intervals

Sum of control counts in CFU of bacteria species of room at two different locations while Air Neutralizer was put “ON” after different time interval.
0 hr 180 0 hrs 180
2 hrs 80 30 minutes 20
4 hrs 88 1 hr 15
6 hrs 83 2 hrs 7
4 hrs 4
6 hrs 2
Sum of control counts in CFU of fungal species.

Non Sterile room at two different locations after different time intervals

Sum of control counts in CFU of fungal species of room at two different locations while Air neutralizer was put “ON” after different time intervals
0 hr 40 0 hr 40
2 hrs 20 30 minutes 10
4 hrs 15 1 hr 7
6 hrs 15 2 hrs 4
4 hrs 1
6 hrs 1
CFU – Colony Forming Units
Data from Haffkine Institute report March 2012

Conclusion “when it is in operation (Air neutralizer was put ON), can significantly reduce bacterial burden by 96.11% after 2 hrs(***p<0.0015) and fungal burden by 95% after 2hrs (***p<0.009)


BS EN 14476:2013+A2:2019

(Incorporating corrigendum August 2019.)

Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics – Quantitative suspension test for the evaluation of virucidal activity in the medical area – Test method and requirements (Phase 2/Step 1)

DIN EN 14476:2015.

Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Virucidal quantitative suspension test for chemical disinfectants and antiseptics used in human medicine. Test method and requirements [phase 2, step 1].

Brussels 2015, CEN-Comité Européen de Normalisation.

ASTM E1053 – 11: Standard Practice to Assess Virucidal Activity of Chemicals Intended for Disinfection of Inanimate, Nonporous Environmental Surfaces. This standard is issued under the fixed designation E1053.

This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade.

Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.

Electrical Safety and EMC Certificated by EMC Bayswater Australia  Accreditation ilac-MRA NATA  AN 18553

EMC compliance in accordance with CFR47 FCC Part 12 Subpart B (Class B)  June 2020

EMC compliance EN55015:2019 Oct 2020

EMC EN 61547:2009 Oct 2020