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Our Safety Certifications & Compliance

All our ultraviolet (UV-C) sterilisers are of high-quality and are safety certified for consumers by the respective authorities.

Our manufacturer's facilities are ISO 9001 & 14001 compliant and manufacturing processes are HACCP certified which show their commitment to quality and environmental management systems.


In addition, all ultraviolet (UV-C) steriliser cabinets have been properly refitted with Safety Mark 3-pin plugs and adapters to meet all safety requirements in the region.


ISO 9001


Quality Management Systems

ISO 9001


Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point

- Factory Manufacturing processes are HACCP certified for F&B related products


KC Mark



(Korea Certification) Mark

- Product Safety for all for electrical and electronic equipment

ISO 14001


Environmental  Management Systems

ISO 14001

Safety Mark

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Singapore Safety Mark

- Ensures Product Safety under the Consumer Protection

(Safety Requirements) Regulation

CE Mark

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CE Mark

- Conformity to Health, Safety and Environmental Protection standards in Europe

PSE Mark

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PSE Mark

- Japan's

Electrical Appliance

and Material

Safety Laws 

Q Mark

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Quality Certification


- Quality Assurance certified by

Korea Testing Certification (KTC)



- Sterilisation Effectiveness Test certified by

Korea Testing & Research Institute (KTR)

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National Environment Agency (NEA) Safety Certified

Our full range of ultraviolet (UV-C) steriliser cabinets have met all appropriate safety engineering features which adheres to NEA's guidelines with all our built-in safety features, as well as our tinted tempered glass front windows on all our ultraviolet (UV-C) sterilisers to ensure that there is zero exposure of UVC to our users.

In addition, all our ultraviolet (UV-C) sterilisers do not emit any form of ozone for added safety measures.


Read NEA's Safety Guidelines for Use of UVC Devices in Commercial/Industrial Settings with regards to ozone emission for commercial / industrial use ultraviolet (UV-C) sterilisers.

Also read NEA's Advisory on the Use of UVC Sterilisers at Home with regards to using ultraviolet (UV-C) sterilisers at a home setting that do not have appropriate safety features in place ie. handheld steriliser wands, portable UVC lamps/desk lamps without safety motion sensors, UVC disinfection boxes without safety features to cut off the UVC light when the box is open.

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