Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection is a disinfection method that uses UVC ultraviolet light with a wavelength of 254nm to kill and inactivate microorganisms, viruses and bacteria by destroying their DNA and nucleic acids. them, causing their functions to disappear. Their abilities are reduced. Critical functions cannot operate.


  • UV Water Disinfection: UV disinfection technology for water is increasingly widely used for many reasons. One of the main reasons is that it gradually replaces chlorine disinfection is no subsequent dechlorination process is required if there are effluent chlorine standards, and its ability to be unselective in disinfection performance. UV has also been embraced by the drinking water community as an effective barrier against chlorine tolerant organisms such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia.
  • UV Air Disinfection: UV air disinfection is a sterilization method to eliminate micro organisms floating freely within the air of a room being treated by UVC radiation. The process for UVC air disinfection essentially involves air being forced by natural convection into the irradiated region of a uv disinfection device, and an alternative method is the use of circulation disinfection systems with integrated UVC lamps.

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