Sanitizing with UV-C light has been an industry standard practice since the mid-20th century.
Ultraviolet is a part of invisible band of light coming form the sun. It is further categorised in to UV-A, UV-B and UV-C based on their wavelengths. UV-C is a shorter wavelength light and is capable of disrupting wide range of pathogens’ RNA/DNA leaving them unable to cause diseases, whereas UV-A and UV-B can’t be used to sterilise.
Why UV-C Technology ?
Sanitizing with UV-C light has been an industry standard practice since the mid-20th century. Use of UV light to fight tuberculosis was a 1903 Nobel Prize winning discovery in Medicine. Today, hospitals and laboratories use UV-C light to keep their facilities and equipments sterile. An invisible part of light called UV-C is capable of disrupting wide range of pathogens’ RNA/DNA leaving them unable to cause diseases. UV-C has been in use to disinfect water, surfaces and air.
How our UV-C based Air Disinfectant works
Our innovative UV-C based Air Disinfectant are designed to kill maximum bacteria and viruses without being harmful to humans, plants and animals, by keeping the UV-C within the specially coated chamber. It works like an air purifier by intaking the infected air in the room, but instead of just a physical filter, it uses a strong dose of UV-C radiation to disinfect that air of various bacterias and virus, included SARS-CoV-2 virus. It finally releases the clean air back into the room. Through this air disinfectant process & careful encasing of the product, the UV radiation stays inside the product and never comes in contact with people in the room.
Why prefer Closed type UV-C air disinfectant over open type?
- – Harmful in human/plants/pets’ presence, can cause cancer
- – Requires specialised protective gear, if operated to eliminate shadows
- – Damages certain materials (during long exposure)
- – Can be applied only once
- – Can not effectively sanitise air/surface hidden in shadows or oblique to source
- – Works on both air/surface
- – Sanitises air quickly as is always exposed to it