UV-C Education

How UV-C works

UV-C rays work mainly by damaging DNA or RNA inside bacteria, viruses, and fungi… including COVID-19. UV-C light has been used for decades on industrial surfaces and drinking water.

UV-C technology has treated air, water, and tools for over a century. In fact, as early as the 1930s, UV rays were commonly used for air and water treatment in hospitals. Starting from the Second World War, they were widely used in processing centers, water treatment plants, and in any facility that had to do with microbial contamination.

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how UVC mutates and destroys DNA of pathogens

UV-C Whitepapers

March 8, 2023/

Fluid dynamics analysis has demonstrated alarming results. Toilets produce aerosols during the flushing process, with 40-60% measured particles rising above…

UV-C News

CDC Updated Guidance

January 25, 2021/

Consider using ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) as a supplemental technique to inactivate potential airborne virus in the upper-room air of common occupied spaces,…