How does UV-C light kill germs?
More than 140 years ago, Downes & Blunt discovered the influence of sunlight on antibacterial. They found that shorter solar spectrum wavelengths were more effective in neutralizing the bacteria. It is now commonly recognized that the UV-C, UV-B, and UV-A light spectrums have significant germicidal and antibacterial effects.
Broad Spectrum of Light Optimizes Effects
This technology, represents a significant advance in the defense of germicides for the planet. To maximize germ-killing performance, a broad-spectrum light like germicidal UV-C, UV-B and antibacterial UV-A.
UV-C is most generally referred to as germicidal UV, capable of killing bacteria, viruses, mold and fungus.
UV-A and UV-B light cause oxidation of proteins and lipids causing cell death.
Broadband UV lamps have also been shown to inhibit photo-reactivation, a process that can result in self-repair of damaged microbes.
This technology, will meet your everyday space needs for healthy, reliable, germ killing. The products integrate the broad-spectrum of UV light with technology to destroy bacteria and viruses anytime and wherever you need them.
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