UVC radiation is known to break the DNA of bacteria, viruses and spores. As a result, they are rendered harmless.
UV radiation can be used for multiple purposes in water and air treatment, but is primarily employed as a disinfection process that inactivates micro-organisms without chemicals.
For other applications, UV is used for the removal of organic and inorganic chemicals, including chlorine, chloramines, ozone and Total Organic Carbon (TOC) emerging contaminants.
|Light Source||Quartz ultraviolet light source|
|Control Option||Timing remote control|
|Input Voltage||110V / 220V|
|Wavelength (UVC)||185nm + Ozone / 253.7nm|
|Irradiation Area||30 - 40 ㎡|
|Housing + Material||PC + Quartz tube|
|Light Stand Material||Full metal light stand = high-temperature paint frosted surface|
|Lamp Size/mm||180 mm x 460 mm x 180 mm/td>|
|Package (L x W x H)||67 x 45 x 50 (6pcs)|
|N.W / G.W||1.2 kg / 1.5 kg|
The ultraviolet light only irradiates along the straight line, which can not effectively eliminate the bacteria and mites behind the obstacles. There is a certain dead angle and there is a slight smell after working. It needs to be ventilated for about 10 minutes.
Ozone is a gas, which can effectively cross over obstacles, better make up for the place where ultraviolet radiation is not enough, with less dead angle, strong smell after working and ventilation for at least half an hour.
After the disinfection time is selected, the disinfection light will automatically turn on and automatically turn off after the disinfection time is over
|Area||Used For||Usage Time|
|10㎡||Kitchen, bathroom, wardrobe||15 minutes|
|20㎡||Living room, private room||30 minutes|
|40㎡||Living room, dining room, office, classroom||60 minutes|
|Europe / South Africa||220V - 240V AC|
Widely used in living room, kitchen, home, restaurant, school, kindergartens, hospitals, office parks etc.