Household Disinfection Products
Many years Ultraviolet (UV) has been used in wide range of environment as an effective way of killing germs and bacteria on surfaces. Hospitals use UV lamps to sterilise surgical equipment and the air in operating theatres. And even food and drug companies also use UV lamps to sterilise their products.
UV light—particularly the shortest wavelength, known as UVC which has a wavelength between 200 and 280 nanometers, while visible lights smallest wavelength measures 380 nm — kills viruses in a matter of minutes by damaging their DNA or RNA, crippling their ability to make copies of themselves.
360° Ultra UV-C Smart Sanitise Box
With a good UV light sanitizing device, you can clean surfaces like desktops and door handles, sinks and toilets, or those items that are always with you, like your phone. And by the way? You should really clean your phone from time to time. According to multiple studies, our phones are about the dirtiest objects in our lives, harboring on average nearly 20,000 distinct types of bacteria.
And while wiping down a smartphone with soap and water or isopropyl alcohol might not be the best idea as it might caused damage to the surface. Our new UV phone sanitising cases won’t damage the device but will eradicate bacteria and viruses, so long as you use the sanitising hardware properly and regularly.