Shopping Cart

Germicidal UV lamp anti virus bacteria disinfection sterilizing ozone free 220V

Germicidal UV lamp anti virus bacteria disinfection sterilizing ozone free 220V
Product Code :OBB 15 P
Availability :2 - 3 Days
  • $85.00

Free Shipping

Shipping time 12-14 days.

Ask a question

          Antivirus UV Germicidal Lamp OBB 15 P

             Bactericidal Sterilizing Light  

            Bacterial efficiency of 99.9%




      • For disinfection, a quartz bactericidal lamp of low pressure of the UV-range with a peak of 253.7 nm is used

        Kills viruses, bacteria, germs, mold, fungi, yeast, spores and other infectious microorganisms. Microorganisms die from the absorbed dose of ultraviolet radiation, which leads to the destruction of their DNA molecules.

        Destroys all types of flu viruses!

        Disinfects objects and surfaces from bacteria!

        It allows you to avoid infection with an infection that is dangerous to human health when the carrier of the infection is in the house during the period of influenza epidemics and acute respiratory diseases (ARI).

         During influenza epidemics, room quartzing should be carried out daily.

        It is also used for preventive disinfection of rooms (1-2 times a week).

        Intended for use:

        in houses, apartments, living rooms

        in schools and kindergartens

        in industrial enterprises

        in clinics, hospitals

        in special laboratories

        in cinemas

        in non-residential premises






         

            • Specification

            • Power 15 W
            • Voltage 220 V   
            • Frequency 50 Hz   
            •  FOR USA AND CANADA YOU WILL NEED USE CONVERTER 110V to 220V
            • Weight ≈ 0.5 kg
            • Dimensions 510x45x80 mm
            • Stand Diameter (Ø) 130 mm
            • Stand material - plastic
            • Wire length 1.5 m
            • 36 months warranty
            • Production ТМ "BactoSfera" (Ukraine, Kiev)
        •  

        According to the latest guideline on the diagnosis and treatment of the novel virus released by the National Health Commission, the virus is sensitive to ultraviolet light and heat, so ultraviolet radiation can effectively eliminate the virus.

        According to the guideline, indoor spaces should be disinfected with ultraviolet light with an intensity of over 1.5 watts per square meter. A UV lamp can disinfect objects within one meter for at least half an hour.

        Although UV is effective in killing the virus indoors, UV lamps should not be used to sterilize hands or other areas of skin, as the radiation can cause skin irritation.

        For sanitary treatment of premises, objects, air and water, quartz is often used. This process involves the use of quartz or bactericidal lamps. What are their main differences and what is the principle of how to calculate the time of exposure to a bactericidal lamp?

        Many people often do not see the difference between quartz and bactericidal lamp and consider these words synonyms. Indeed, both devices have one goal-the fight against disease-causing viruses and bacteria. But the lights are functional. So, quartz lamps are used today mainly for the treatment of diseases and their prevention. How does a bactericidal lamp work? It destroys microbes in the air and on various surfaces.

        Significant differences are in the configuration of lamps, which has a direct impact on their work:

         

        In the first, quartz version, the flask is made of glass-quartz. When used, this material emits large amounts of ozone. This substance adversely affects the human body. Therefore, one of the rules of quartz is to ventilate the room after the process. Externally, quartz lamps are distinguished by the presence of bands in the form of scratches on the surface of the bulb;

        Germicidal variant of the bulb is produced from boron-silicate UV glass. The material makes it possible to filter and not to pass ozone, so the device is called ozone-free. As a result, the room does not need to be ventilated. And although a small amount of ozone and its smell may be present, it does not harm.

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!
    Bad           Good