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Portable UV Light Sanitizer Wand

Features: 

  • QUICK AND EFFECTIVE DISINFECTION: Adopting ultraviolet disinfection technology, using ultraviolet light sanitizer to destroys the DNA of microorganisms to ensure a healthy environment. The sterilizing rate is high up to 99.9%.

  • Suitable for home, office, car interior, hotel etc.

  •  Compact size and lightweight, easy to put in bag to carry around, use anytime anywhere to keep you and your family away from bacteria.

  • The device runs on 4 AA size Alkaline batteries (Included). Turn the light on and shine UV light at a surface for 5-10 sec from several inches to sanitize the object and kill any harmful particles.

  • Hypoallergenic and completely odorless with no chemical residue, making it safe for use on children’s toys and baby items

Specifications

  • UV-C Lamp Consumption: 4W DC Lamp
  • UV strength: ≥ 2750uW/cm2
  • UV Wavelength: UV-C (253.7nm)
  • Sterilizing Rate: 99.99%
  • Working operation: 4 AA Batteries (not included)
  • Certification: CE, FCC, EPA, CA65, SGS
  • EPA Est. No. 96307-CHN-1d
  • FDA: 3011821311

Medical Grade Sanitisation in Your Hands

Ultraviolet C (254,7nm) Technology has been used throughout the medical and science community to ensure the most effective sanitisation occurs (99.99%).

How does UVC Work?

Figure 1: The UV Light Spectrum Diagram 2018, UV Guard, accessed 5th May, 2020,       https://uvguard.com/knowledge-centre/.

 

Ultraviolet radiation as visible light or radio waves, electromagnetic radiation and cannot be perceived by the human eye. It is defined as comprising the spectral range from 100 and 380 nm and closes thus directly to the blue, visible part of the light.

The high-energy UVC radiation causes a photochemical reaction. The wavelength at 253.7 nm is absorbed by the cell nucleic acids and lead, depending on the radiation dose, to a molecular rearrangement of the micro-organism’s DNA, to kill or damage bacteria and fungal spores. The UVC radiation is therefore targeted for degradation or destruction of microorganisms (e.g. bacteria/viruses, yeasts and moulds).

 

Figure 2: Double Helix DNA strand showing before and after effects of UV-C Light, ES Engineered Systems, accessed 5th May, 2020,    


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