Healthcare UV-C Lighting
A germicidal lamp is an electric light that produces ultraviolet C (UV-C) light. Adidaya with famous brand in its industries, Phillips will provide with best product to suit to your requirement. How does UV-C work?
- UV-C radiation can break the DNA and RNA of bacteria, viruses and spores, meaning that they leave them harmless. There are no known micro-organisms resistant to UV-C. This short-wave ultraviolet light disrupts DNA base pairing, causing formation of pyrimidine dimers, and leads to the inactivation of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa. It can also be used to produce ozone for water disinfection.
- UV-C technology has been used safely and effectively in hospitals and governmental buildings for more than 40 years
- Most UV-C solutions utilize conventional lighting, with LED now improving in efficiency
- The peak output of our germicidal lamps (253.7nm) is close (80-85%) to the maximum effectiveness of UV-C (265nm)
- Smaller UV-C wavelengths (222nm) are being explored as less harmful alternatives
- UV-C is harmful for human skin and eyes, the best safeguards are proper application design and user knowledge/usage