Lamps using UVC radiation functions to sterilize environments, called germicidal lamps or germicidal emitters, have a wide range of uses, especially in smaller areas where it is necessary to kill fungi, bacteria and their spores, yeast and microorganisms and clean and disinfected surfaces and air without using chemicals. These are mainly areas in gastronomy, healthcare, hotel rooms, hairdressers, beauty salons, ﬁtness and other areas on which incre-a sed hygienic demands are placed. The offered germicidal lamps work on the basis of short-wave UV radiation with a wavelength of 254 nm and are commonly used in healthcare or water treatment. Current requirements and the need to ensure an above-standard sterile environment require instruments, germicidal sources, which eliminate the possibility of spreading viruses and bacteria by using UVC radiation to effectively neutralize microorganisms within minutes, thus preventing their further reproduction and multiplication.We offer solutions for the following uses:
Example of the use of UVC in the ﬁght against COVID19 in public transport and healthcare (Wuhan)
Portable germicidal radiator
Gemicidal radiator for mounting, combined with normal light
Radiator with standard socket E27
Pocket UVC for sterilization of small objects
Smart UVC for easy installation with built-in motion sensor
Functional light source that gives the effect of sterilization by sunlight with the indoor light.
Bacteria have a characteristic that they become extinct when exposed to sunlight for a long time. It is because of a material called ‘porphyrin’ inside of bacteria which destroys its cells by reacting with certain wavelengths of sunlight. By maximizing the use of the 405nm wavelength to which porphyrin reacts most actively, with its unique LED light extraction technology.
This product does not harm the human body, its sterilization function can be used with any worries in places where many people pass by such as kitchens or restrooms. The product is veriﬁed that it does not have any negative effect on the eyes or skin, from the Photobiological Safety Standard (IEC62471) of International Electrotechnical Commission, an internatio- nal standard for electrical technology.