UV Lights Turn Out To Be A Promising Solution Against Coronavirus

As the world is trying to come to terms with the ‘new normal’ facing the aftermath of covid-19, there is a greater need of technologies that will help you overcome to protect ourselves. While working from home, social distancing and wearing masks become accepted social norms, the pandemic has also brought the significance of disinfecting and cleaning to the fore. We do not know when and how the lockdown from the world will be lifted in its entirety, it is evident that this outbreak has shaken people’s confidence and everyone is looking for more and more ways, tools and services to keep their surrounding clean.

There are a number of companies taking action and coming up with innovative sanitation practices including a solution that has been used for decades for effective disinfection – the ultraviolet light. Check out our UV-C light that will help you keep your work spaces safe and sound, free from all the viruses. We are sure that our product is going to help you in real to fight against all the germs and the coronavirus in your offices and homes. It is time that you understand how beneficial these UV-lights are and see how do they work in real.

These ultra violet lights have shown great promise in offering disinfection of surfaces. However, not all UV lights are effective for this disinfection or sterilization process. The full range of UV radiation is sourced from the sun and it can also be sub-divided into UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. The reason why UV radiation is effective in disinfection is because it has enough energy to break DNA chemical bonds. The UV-C radiation, in the range of 260 nm – 275 nm, destroys the genetic information stored in the DNA and thus, renders harmful microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses ineffective.

You should know the DNA and RNA are the building blocks of life of pathogens like viruses and bacteria as well and without this genetic material, these pathogens are unable to reproduce, which eventually leads to the death of an infectious colony.

The wavelength, power intensity and exposure duration are some of the key factors typically used to determine the effectiveness of UV light against microbes. For instance, in water and on the surfaces, there might be several germs with varying optimal absorption wavelengths. When a special product is developed for a specific disinfection need, it is also important to gauge the performed UV LEDs under different conditions and how these conditions are related to one another.

We have considered all these conditions before making our UV-C lights. Talk to us to know to know more.

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