UV Disinfecting Germicidal Sterilizer Lights
Make the Switch to LED UV Disinfection Germicidal Lights
People in the Philippines have been using traditional disinfecting methods for years. Some use hot water, bleach, vinegar, or tea tree oil to clean various surfaces. However, the effectiveness of some of these techniques when it comes to getting rid of bacteria is still questionable.
Using Ecoshift Corporation’s Ultraviolet (UV) disinfecting germicidal sterilizer lights, you can kill harmful microorganisms found on various items. Utilizing ultraviolet energy is also an excellent supplement for other sanitizing practices. With the help of our products, you can safeguard your and your loved ones’ health.
Product Description of UV Disinfecting Germicidal Sterilizer Lights
Our UV germicidal sterilizer lights produce a wavelength of 254nm. Their quartz glass provides our lamps with ample protection from temperature fluctuations, breakage, water, and other environmental hazards.
Simply turn on the device and leave it in the area you want to disinfect. It is not recommended for you to stay at the scene for more than 30 minutes or look at the light tube without eye protection. Afterward, open both doors and windows for 10 to 15 minutes.
Product Benefits of UV Disinfecting Germicidal Sterilizer Lights
Curbs Mold and Bacterial Growth
Our product can prevent microorganisms from multiplying by breaking down specific chemical bonds and scrambling the structure of DNA, RNA, and proteins. It is highly effective at inactivating various viruses and helps prevent the spread of bacteria.
Lessens Your Chances of Getting Sick
UV disinfecting germicidal sterilizer lights purify the air by killing mold and other microorganisms. Since they can get rid of surface contaminants and get rid of airborne viruses, they help you and your family stay healthy.
Product Applications of UV Disinfecting Germicidal Sterilizer Lights
At Ecoshift Corporation, our UV disinfecting and germicidal sterilizer lights are great for air and surface sterilization as well as water disinfection. It has numerous applications, and the most common ones are for healthcare, agriculture, food processing, and general cleaning.