What is UVC Sterilizer? And could it kill germs?

The new coronavirus is Sensitive to ultraviolet! The hospital is also using ultraviolet to disinfect!

59S, which is the pioneer of UVC LED sterilization, FIRST company to MP UVC LED sterilization products. Why is has the disinfection function and could it kill the new coronavirus? Now here we go to find the truth!


What is UVC LED light?

UVC LED Beads, which is developed for water disinfection of astronaut by SETI company from USA in 1988, The cost of each bead was at 1400USD that time.

When it comes to UV sterilization, not all kinds of UV are effective. UV is divided into three types with reducing wavelengths and increasing energy. They are UVA, UVB and UVC. For UV sterilization, only UVC (200-280nm) has high enough energy to effectively kill microorganisms.


 Is UVC Sterilizer effective for viruses and bacteria?

Of course yes.UVC LED light eliminates almost all the germs and bacteria by destroying DNA & RNA physically, 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.

 UVC LED Sterilizer will be the trend!

Mercury lamps will be banned as soon as 2020, UCV LED sterilizers will be the trend in the later future

UVC LED sterilizer VS Mercury lamps



Could the UVC LED sterilization can kill the new coronavirus?

The new coronavirus is Sensitive to ultraviolet! The hospital is also using ultraviolet to disinfect!

There are heat-resistant germs("mad cow" Virus)

Cold-resistant germs (avian influenza virus. Yell bacteria)

And drug-resistant germs (Superbug)

But no LED UV-resistant germs.


Los Angeles-based Dimer UVC Innovations, which develops the GermFalcon germ-killing robot aimed at sanitizing airplanes, using ultraviolet-C (UVC) light to kill viruses, bacteria, and “superbugs on surfaces and in the surrounding air.”

 Original video:  https://youtu.be/WPeIrSTELJc

How to protect us and overcome the epidemic?

The new coronavirus is transmitted via "Respiratory droplet transmission is the main route of transmission, and can also be transmitted through contact."

Among them, contact transmission refers to directly contacting the patient's body secretions, such as all body secretions such as drool, snot, vomit, tears, feces, urine, and stool, as well as indirect contact with public goods contaminated with viruses, such as door handles, stairs Handrails, tabletops, mobile phones, toys, laptops, countertops, etc.

In addition to washing your hands frequently and wearing a mask, it is also important to disinfect your personal belongings. With its light and portable characteristics, LED ultraviolet light can not only disinfect our mobile phones, glasses, mice, keyboards, door handles and other items anytime, anywhere; at the same time, it can also disinfect used disposable masks and reuse them.