KILLS UP TO 99.9% OF BACTERIA AND ALLERGENS
The surface sterilization technology is based on the bactericidal effect of UV radiation.
A lightweight, portable UV lamp with a streamlined shape, designed so that you can always have it at hand and feel safe. The modern aesthetics of the lamp will allow for comfortable use.
It is intended for disinfection that destroys the molecular structure of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) or RNA (ribonucleic acid) in viruses and bacteria using ultraviolet rays with a wavelength of 240-280 nm, which causes the death of developing or regenerating cells. This is how the sterilization process takes place.
The material from which the lamp was made is durable and elegant at the same time.
We also took care of the safety of children, the product is protected against unwanted use in the form of a sliding button. The lamp will not work without deactivating the protection.
When using the lamp, there is no direct exposure to UV light on the eyes, which is a very important aspect for products emitting UV waves. During use, the lamp automatically turns off after 180s.
Germicidal lamps have been used in medical offices for many years. A germicidal lamp is a product that emits beams of UV radiation. As shown by numerous sanitary studies, this method of sterilization is one of the most effective and the simplest ways to ensure effective decontamination of medical areas.
It is worth knowing that the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate lists UV radiation as one of the ways to fight the coronavirus - ultraviolet light destroys its thin lipid layer. The action of UV-C rays is currently used in special sterilizers to decontaminate smartphones, laptops, tools in beauty salons and medical equipment. Buses and even milk are also disinfected with ultraviolet light.
Most often, we should sterilize everyday products such as telephone, keys, laptop, masks, glasses and those that should not be treated with disinfectants such as fruit, vegetables, etc.
Thanks to comprehensive disinfection, you are able to inhibit the action of microorganisms.