WHY UV TECHNOLOGY?
Warning! If you’re a Germaphobe, the content below could be triggering and you might want to look away.
You touch Germ - infested things every day!
Using UV Technology to zap Germs. Introducing UV Sterilizers to you didn’t know you needed.
You think you are a germaphobe who carries alcohol wipes and sanitisers around like a boss and doing this would prevent you from contacting bacteria and sickness? You are so wrong.
Benefits of UV Care
• No chemicals used
• 99.9% elimination of harmful pathogens
• No residue at all
• No need for storage or freight of harmful chemicals
• Its fully automated
• Eliminates human error (safe for kids)
UV light is a light of a unique wavelength which is very effective against microorganisms; which can deem them inactive after a certain amount of its own exposure.
UV light is considered to be the safest option by medical experts in the industry against tackling the harmful microorganisms. It’s not only a safe option but is also environment friendly in nature.
UV Care Sterilizer uses UV-C light to eliminate 99% of germs, viruses, and bacteria without using any liquid/chemicals. The process through which UV disinfection works is through meddling with the DNA/RNA of the microorganisms, due to which their basic life functions halt and they cannot further reproduce.
UV light can be used to disinfect daily use objects like; smartphones, keys, pens etc in corners where sanitising wipes cannot reach. We can also disinfect the following things using UV light.
• Lift buttons
• Door handles
• Car steering
• Handles and objects which come in regular contact
UV light has also been used industrially by various sectors such as to clean public transport, operation wards, gardens, house debugging etc.
There is so far no work suggesting that UV-C light is killing Coronavirus, but it is known to kill 99.9 percent of pathogens that can cause infections and diseases. There are no known disinfecting pathogens that are immune to UVC.
Research says that continuous low doses of far far-UVC light can kill airborne flu viruses without harming human tissues. Far-UVC light has a very limited range and cannot penetrate through the outer dead cell layer of human skin or the tear layer in the eye, so it’s not a human health hazard.