Principle Of UVC's Efficient Sterilization
Ultraviolet rays emitted by the sun include UVA, UVB, and UVC bands. Ultraviolet-C (UVC): wavelength between 100 and 280 nanometers, only a small number will reach the Earth’s surface.
UV can destroy the molecular structure of microorganisms DNA or RNA, causing bacteria to die or fail to reproduce, thus achieving sterilization and disinfection. UVC is the shortest UV wavelength, has the strongest damage to DNA, and is used to harm bacteria, viruses, microorganisms, mold, monocytogabacteria, and have a devastating effect on microorganisms. The sterilization effect can be achieved within 1 to 2 seconds of exposure to UVC (wavelength 200-280nm).
UVC Air And Water Sterilization Applications
UVC LED water sterilization features ready-to-use features that provide top-of-the-line UVC LED product solutions. Its UVC water sterilization is available in both “overcurrent” and “static” modes. Among them, overcurrent water (flowing water) sterilization requires fast sterilization time, in the UVC power and waterway design also has high requirements. Airborne diseases and bacteria can cause serious damage to sophisticated systems or sterile environments. The UVC LED air treatment and disinfection system enables air sterilization through precise UVC LED technology and innovative reactor design.
UVC Collaborative Robots
Links to other collaborative robots and computer systems make automated processes simpler. Multiple sensors are available to stop all movements in case of danger and avoid accidental collisions with humans and other machines. Features include aerosol spray disinfection and UVC air filtration disinfection, high-power UVC LED sterilization arm with360 degree rotation no-gap sterilization. Suitable for public transports, schools, hospital clinics, commercial malls and so on.