With a record number of coronavirus cases nationwide and flu season upon us, it's almost certain that almost everyone will want to be safe.
With a record number of coronavirus cases nationwide and flu season upon us, it's almost certain that almost everyone will want to be safe. Since you may be looking for the best ideas that you can use at home or at your child's school to help protect your entire family, we are here to help you. The good news is that you can use UV-C light disinfectors to kill most harmful germs, bacteria and viruses.
On the ultraviolet spectrum, there is UV-A, B and C light. Only UV-C light kills bacteria. This means that the wavelengths of UV-C light are strong enough to penetrate the nucleic acids of viruses and bacteria, killing them or preventing them from being transmitted.
UV-C light has wavelengths between 200-270 nanometers, with an intermediate range of 250-253 nanometers, and can kill bacteria, viruses and some protozoan parasites.
If you are looking for a UV sterilizer for your home, office or any other space of any size, you will find many different rechargeable options, and many are so portable that you can easily put them in your car, office and get and keep all your personal items germ-free in your home in just a few minutes a day. While you focus on killing germs, UV air purifiers kill airborne bacteria and UV water purifiers keep waterborne pathogens out of your home and on the go.
The UVC LED Handheld Sanitizer eliminates up to 99.9% of dirt from bed linens and bedding, phones, keys, glasses, toys, and other more personal items. And, since germs usually stink, these sanitizers are also great for eliminating those nasty odors.
UV lamps are an effective option when you want to safely and quickly disinfect larger spaces in your home, including specific surfaces from keyboards to mice.
These basically work by using special bulbs that emit the right amount of UV-C light to kill bacteria on smooth surfaces.
UV-C works because it destroys the DNA of the bacteria, and the DNA or RNA of the virus. if you destroy the DNA of the bacteria, it will die, and if you destroy the nucleic acid of the virus, it cannot be infected.
UV-C disinfectants can encounter some obstacles if they are not used in the right way or with the right products. Since UV-C light works best on smooth, flat surfaces, it is important to note that UV-C disinfectant may not work best if used on items with rough surfaces.
If the surface is rough (even at the microscopic level), bacteria and viruses can hide in the valleys of the shade so they are not exposed to UV light. As a result, it may not be effective in cleaning phone cases or buttons on mobile devices.
In addition, you should wipe the item to be cleaned before using the UV-C disinfectant. If microorganisms are to be killed by this device, then the surface of the phone needs to be cleared of any substances such as dust, skin cells and skin oils.