UV Sterilization

Is there any harmful radiation or chemical in these products?

Each product goes through a lot of testing and FDA, FCC, CE and other safety certification to ensure you get the best product which provides a simple, affordable and safe disinfection method—helping you transition to a new healthy lifestyle. Each Safelifz 59S LED sterilisation product adopts UV LED technology and employs germicidal Ultraviolet light of wavelength between 260nm-280 nm. This light is effective in damaging the nucleic acids and DNA of various microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and viruses such as coronavirus making them inactive by destroying the reproduction capacity of the microbe. The disinfection method used is a physical process...

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Is UVC Safe?

UVC light emitting sources have to be used along with precautions to ensure safe usage. UV range of Electromagnetic radiation extends 10nm to 400nm. Depending on the wavelength and time of exposure, UV radiation can cause harm to your eyes and skin. The UV spectrum is into three parts. UVA (315nm to 400nm), UVB (280nm to 315nm), UVC (200nm to 280nm) Decreasing wavelengths correspond with higher frequency radiation and a more elevated amount of energy per photon. UVB radiation is widely recognized for its harmful effects on human skin and links to skin cancer. Each UV band creates different risks...

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Why Use UV Sterilization?

UV light has three regions- UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C based on their wavelengths. Industries use UV-C ( the short-wavelength UV light) as an effective, safe and affordable sterilization solution for their needs.The Germicidal UV-C (200nm-280nm wavelength) light is absorbed heavily by the microbes resulting in destroyed nucleic acids and disrupted DNA function. Thus, hindering bacteria in performing vital cellular functions, including the ability to reproduce or infect.The benefits of using UV sterilization is listed below: Chemical Free Sterilization method: This disinfection method inactivates microorganisms by a physical process than using harmful chemicals; hence no corrosive by-product is generated after the procedure....

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What is the difference between UV and UVC light?

Light is fundamentally electromagnetic waves of various wavelengths. The UV range of the electromagnetic radiation spectrum is from 10nm to 400 nm. UVC is just one part of the UV spectrum. The UV spectrum has three broad categories: UVA (315nm-400nm), UVB(280nm -315nm), UVC(200nm – 280nm).  Each UV band damages skin and poses risks for humans in different ways, depending on the wavelength and exposure times of light. Using broad-spectrum Sunscreen and tinted UV protective film in windows can help protect yourself from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Short wavelengths are more detrimental to cells. Luckily shorter wavelengths have minimal ability...

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How does UVC light Sanitize?

In the electromagnetic spectrum, UV light comes between visible light region and X-rays. It has a shorter wavelength than visible range, and hence we cannot see it working with our eyes. A special blue light is added to indicate the device is radiating for safety. UV Light is divided into three wavelength ranges: UV-A, UV-B, UV-C, to decrease wavelength. UV-C light has the shortest wavelength in the range of 200nm to 280 nm. Earth’s atmosphere doesn’t contain UV-C lights as the ozone layer blocks it.   The light with wavelengths between 200nm and 300nm is absorbed massively by the nucleic acids....

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