The UV light kills bacteria, fungi, yeasts and viruses in any place.
How it works?
The Ultraviolet or UV light is divided into four bands of UV-A, UV-B, UV-C and Vacuum-UV. Among them, it is only UV-C bandwidth that has the strongest effect in killing the bacteria and viruses. This is at 254nm wavelength range.
A multi-purpose UV trolley
Three speeds of 15min, 30 min and 1 hour operation
15 seconds delay with alerting sounds
Automatic turn on after delay time and turn off after set time.
Tube wavelengths: UV (185nm) and UVC /Ozone (254nm)
UV Light for Surface Disinfection
Hospital, surgery rooms, veterinary clinics
Schools, daycare, kindergarten, university / colleague class rooms for kids, young students and adults
Sport clubs, fitness centers
Physiotherapy, acupuncture, massage centers
Beauty salons, nail, hair, laser removal salons
Playgrounds and toy rooms
Home, children room
The lamp house uses one or two wavelengths , both at ultraviolet range, depending on the model:
Ultraviolet: the ozone-free ultraviolet sterilization lamp can only sterilize the place and surfaces that are exposed to UV light rays. The places and areas which are blocked by direct exposing of the light will not be affected. A standard wavelength of UV for disinfection is 185nm.
Ozone ultraviolet: the UV sterilization lamp with both UV and Ozone is a double sterilization technology. This allows disinfection of surfaces which are not exposed directly to the UV light.
Disinfection Test Results
The product was tested under standard protocols for sterilization.
Test procedure was as following
Electrical: The product was placed on the non-conductive turntable 0.8m above the ground at a chamber. Spectrum analyzer was set in the peak detection. Conducted emission, radiated emission and radiated electromagnetic disturbance as well as immunity of Equipment Under Test (EUT) were determined, according EN61195.
Biological: according to standards of EN IEC 55015:2019, EN IEC 61000-3-2:2019, EN 61000-3-3: 2013 + A1:2019, EN 61547:2009.
average CFU of positive control
average CFU of testing group
Sterilization rate (%)
sterilization logarithmic reduce
E. Coli 8099
9.6×10^5, 9.3 x10^5, 8.8x 10^5
1.4×10^6, 1.4×10^6, 1.3×10^6
Candida albicans ATCC 10231
8.3×10^5, 8.6^5, 8.0×10^5
Shigella sonnet NICPBP51592
1.6×10^6, 1.5×10^6, 1.7×10^6
Aspergillus niger ATCC16404
A colony-forming unit (CFU, cfu, Cfu) is a unit used in microbiology to estimate the number of viable bacteria or fungal cells in a sample. Viable is defined as the ability to multiply via binary fission under the controlled conditions. Counting with colony-forming units requires culturing the microbes and counts only viable cells, in contrast with microscopic examination which counts all cells, living or dead. The visual appearance of a colony in a cell culture requires significant growth, and when counting colonies it is uncertain if the colony arose from one cell or a group of cells. Expressing results as colony-forming units does not distinguish.
Do not stay near by the UV light when it is turned on. Make sure you leave the space during the 15 seconds delay time.
Do not use the room light or day light during the lamp usage time.
Do not look at the light when the light is on.
Ozone light may generate some unpleasant smelling. make sure you use the ventilation on during the device usage.