The UV-C table lamp for disinfection can effectively deactivate viruses, bacteria and molds in a matter of minutes. All bacteria and viruses tested responded to UV-C disinfection. In laboratory tests, UV-C light sources effectively deactivated the SARS-CoV-2 virus from the surface with an exposure time of several seconds. As we know that exposure to UV-C can be harmful to the eyes and skin, we added an extra layer of protection when using internal sensors and timers. They are easy to use with a control panel.
There are some matters need to attention:
- When using a UV-C lamp, all living things (humans, animals, plants) must be left on site, and do not underestimate the lethality of UV-C lamps. If there are children at home, be sure to inform the children of the dangers of UV-C lamps, and ensure that they can stay away from UV-C lamps during sterilization.
- If you are using an ozone-type ultraviolet lamp, you need to continue to disinfect for about 40 minutes after the lamp is turned off, and then open the windows for ventilation for 20 to 30 minutes before entering the house.
- If the indoor formaldehyde concentration is high, ultraviolet light is not recommended for sterilization, because it will produce hydrogen peroxide free radicals, which will oxidize our skin and produce a series of chemical reactions.
- Do not irradiate food directly.
- When disinfecting the bed, place the lamp on the bedside table or table, not directly on the quilt or bed sheet.
- Pregnant women should stay away from UV lamps, especially ozone-type UV lamps.