Yes – ultraviolet lamps are used in homes, as well as in hospitals, laboratories, clean rooms, doctors″ offices, commercial buildings, food processing plants and other commercial and residential environments throughout the world – any place a concern for clean air exists.
Yes. Germicidal UVC lamps will kill up to 99.9% of mould and help prevent future mould growth.
Our germicidal UVC lamps are good for approximately 8,000 hours of continuous use.
Yes – depending on the surrounding environment, UVC lamps should be checked periodically (approximately every three months), and can be cleaned with a dry cotton cloth or paper towel. Wear rubber gloves and clean with alcohol only. This will also help maximize lamp life.
The exposure of germicidal ultraviolet is the product of time and intensity. High intensities for a short period and low intensities for a long period are fundamentally equal in lethal action on bacteria. The inverse square law applies to germicidal ultraviolet as it does to light: the killing power decreases as the distance from the lamps increases. The average bacterium will be killed in ten seconds at a distance of 15centimeters from the UVC lamp.
Ultraviolet light in the germicidal wavelength – 185-254 nanometers – renders the organisms sterile. When organisms can no longer reproduce, they die.
Germicidal UVC lamps do not produce much heat – about the same as fluorescent lamps.
Zero. You will not be exposed to UVC light during disinfection. Prolonged, direct exposure to UVC light can cause temporary skin redness and eye irritation, but does not cause skin cancer or cataracts. Do not allow exposure to ultraviolet irradiation and allow for safe operation and maintenance. If you are exposed to direct germicidal light, it can burn the top surface of your skin. If your eyes are exposed, it would be similar to a “welder’s flash”, and your eyes can feel dry or gritty. At no time do germicidal lamps cause any permanent damage.
Long-term exposure of germicidal UVC light to plastics will shorten the shelf life of the plastic by approximately 10%. Example: If the plastic would normally last about ten years, and it’s exposed to germicidal UVC light the entire time, it would probably need to be replaced in 9 years. Plant life may be damaged by direct, or reflected, germicidal ultraviolet rays. Transient dyes and colours may be faded from prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays.
No – germicidal UVC sterilises only what it comes in contact with.
Room Area (sqm)  Recommended Disinfection Time* 20 & Under                   15 minutes 20-40.                         30 minutes 40-60                            60 minutes *Based on using 150W lamp in regular settings
Avoid exposure to UVC light. Leave the room whilst the disinfection process takes place. Operate lamp via supplied remote control.
Yes. It is scientifically proven that UVC light is effective against numerous viruses including COVID.
Yes. Just make sure pets are not exposed to UVC light whilst disinfection is in progress.
Yes but we recommend you covering your plants whilst disinfection is in progress.
Although vast majority of our UVC products are purchased by commercial clients, we also happy to deal with residential clients who are interested in using UVC lamps in their homes. Some of our clients thus far include: Doctors and other allied health professionals Transport companies Educational institutions Beauty industry professionals Movie studios Theaters Variety of offices Residential clients And many more
There are hundreds of research articles and video evidence available where scientists test effectiveness of UVC light against various types of viruses. Please visit our Videos about UV-C page where we have links to some of recent videos about UVC technology.
There are many factors to consider when buying UVC lamps. If you are not sure which of our products is best for you, please contact us via online chat, email, sms, or call us on 0452530205. We will be happy to discuss your UVC lamps requirements.
As often as you wish. Regular use of UVC lamps guarantees you conduct your business or live in in germ free environment.
There are many advantages of using UVC technology for disinfection purposes. Some of those are as following: 1. UVC disinfection is labour free. You will need simply need to plug in the UVC lamp into power point and let UVC technology do the work for you. 2. Chemical free disinfection. Using UVC light means you do not need to use harsh chemicals to disinfect. 3. UVC light disinfects air as well as exposed surfaces. There are no conventional cleaning methods available besides fumigation where you can disinfect air and kill all air borne germs and bacteria. 4. And many many more
Yes it is. Prolonged exposure to any light source is dangerous for humans and animals alike. Sunburn is a perfect example. Therefore to avoid any possible damage, you will need to leave areas impacted by UVC exposure during the disinfection period. This simple and most effective strategy avoids any possible problems associated with exposure to UVC lights.
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