We are a Brazilian company that believes in the technological and human potential of Brazil. Starting from this premise, we develop technological solutions in various areas so that we can always live longer and better. Our first creation is called FRESTA, a device that uses a type C (UV-C) ultraviolet light lamp to sterilize environments.
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Schools and Universities
Airports and public transportation
Libraries and cultural centers
Hospitals and clinics
Restaurants and bars
Technology tested and approved
Germicidal UV-C light has been recognized for decades as a powerful, safe, and fast method of sterilizing environments. Ultraviolet light emitted at 254 nanometers acts on the DNA structure of viruses, bacteria, fungi and microorganisms, altering their ability to reproduce and cause disease.
Easy to operate
The simplest FRESTA model does not have a battery. Just plug it in and press the start button. The lamps turn on and off automatically, performing the cycle programmed by the factory.
The process does not use water, chemicals or substances that generate waste. In addition to being cheaper, the performance results are superior.
Short sterilization cycles
A team need only 15 minutes to sterilize a specific area *. This translates into agility and efficiency for the user.
Simple and smart structure
It is not just the brand, the product was 100% designed and produced in Brazil. It has its own characteristics that differentiate it from similar products while delivering quality to customers.
Fresta does not require maintenance. The equipment and its parts are of high quality and built to last for years. It has a guarantee and we perform remote and on-site technical assistance when nedded.
* There is a relation between the area (M²) x lamp power (W) and time expose.
Fresta was specially designed to operate in the most diverse environments. Lightweight and easy to carry, it can be used several times a day. The 15-minute cycle is one of the most effective on the market and acts on airborne and surface pathogens.