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UV light has been used for sterilisation and disinfection as early as the mid-20th century. With advancements in technology, and specifically in the UV bulbs themselves, its reliable long lifespan (thousands-of-hours) and smaller size (e.g. UV LED vs traditional UV bulbs) has broadened the field for where it can be used. You can find it being used to disinfect: fruits, vegetables, face masks, toothbrushes, pillows, towels, clothing, baby dummies & teething implements, glasses, pens, phones, ear phones, tablet computers, scissors, thermometers, tweezers, shavers, clippers, keyboards, keys, toys and jewellery just to name a few.
When it comes to UV sterilisation, not all kinds of UV are effective. What does that mean? To get a little technical, ultraviolet (UV) means “beyond violet” and refers to a range of electromagnetic waves with a shorter wavelength (higher frequency and energy) than the visible violet light. UV is divided into three types with reducing wavelengths and increasing energy. They are UVA, UVB and UVC. For UV sterilisation, only UVC (100-280nm) has high enough energy to effectively kill microorganisms. When you are shopping for a UV sterilisation product to try in your home or business, make sure that its UV wavelength falls in the range of UVC (100-280 nm).
Is UV sterilisation effective for viruses and bacteria? The short answer is yes, and even more organisms. Studies have shown that UVC at 254 nm is effective against all food borne pathogens, natural microbiota, moulds, and yeasts. Because microorganisms come with different sizes and shapes that affect their UV absorption, the required time for killing each species varies.
How does UV sterilise something? I’m glad you asked! UV sterilisation also known as UV disinfection or ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) works by breaking down certain chemical bonds and scrambling the structure of DNA, RNA and proteins, causing a microorganism to be unable to multiply. When a microorganism is unable to multiply, it is considered dead since it cannot reproduce within a host and is no longer infectious.
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1. Items received within 30 days from the delivered date
2. Items received unused, undamaged and in original package
3. Return shipping fee is paid by buyer