UV Light disinfection, how effective is it?
Viruses and bacteria pose a great danger to us, as they exist wherever life exists, but with the passage of time and the development of science, several ways have been found that enable us to eliminate them and to preserve our safety and the safety of those around us.
Ultraviolet sterilization is one of those effective methods, as it has the ability to get rid of the smallest microorganisms, and it is an effective method that uses ultraviolet light of short wavelengths, which in turn works to break down the nucleic acids of these organisms by disabling them, which cancels their productive ability and kills her on the spot.
UV sterilization has many uses, for example, in addition to its ability to sterilize surfaces, it also has the ability to sterilize air, sterilize water, and can even sterilize foods.
The UV sterilization method can be used in many public and private places, for example, it can be used in hospitals, retail places, food outlets, schools and offices, and it can even be used in transportation to sterilize the interior and exterior surfaces of vehicles and passenger waiting areas.
The fight against infection uses the UV sterilization method, specifically LightStrike™ Germ-Zapping Robots technology, this robot can kill multiple types of viruses and bacteria in record times, it has the ability to kill 99.99% of viruses in a period of time. It takes only two minutes from a distance of one meter from the surfaces, and it can also eliminate 99.99% of viruses that have N95 receptors in a period of five minutes, and it has the ability to get rid of many types of bacteria in a short period, so it takes to get rid of E. Aspergillus and bacillus bacteria for five minutes from a distance of a meter, and the Ebola virus can be eliminated in one minute from a distance of a meter from the surface.
In addition, many published studies have shown that it is the only technology that has proven its ability to help reduce transmission of infection in hospitals, and it is the first technology of its kind that has been proven effective on the Coronavirus [SARS-CoV-2].