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Can UV technology combat the spread of coronavirus?
Source: Can our UV technology combat the spread of coronavirus? | Author: COMING | Release time : 2022-01-04 | 374 Views: | 分享到:
UV-C radiation is a known disinfectant for air, surfaces and objects that can help mitigate the risk of acquiring an infection......

For decades, scientists have known that germicidal ultraviolet light (wavelength is about 254 nm) has the ability to kill viruses and bacteria. 

Hospitals and laboratories often use germicidal ultraviolet lamps to disinfect uninhabited rooms and other equipment. But traditional germicidal 

ultraviolet rays cannot be used in the presence of someone, because it can cause health problems for the skin and eyes.

Our technology to eliminate airborne viruses with ultraviolet bands is expected to reduce the human-to-human transmission of COVID-19 in indoor public places.

Because our UV sterilization system does not produce damage to living human cells. But these wavelengths can still penetrate and kill very small viruses and 

bacteria floating in the air or on the surface.

Our UV air disinfection system used can continuously emit low doses of ultraviolet light of a specific wavelength, which can kill viruses and bacteria without harming 

human skin, eyes and other tissues, which is different from traditional UV lamps.

Our UV air disinfection system is a low-cost and safe solution that can kill viruses in the air in a short time after breathing, coughing or sneezing.

 "Not only can it effectively prevent the COVID-19 virus from spreading around the world, it can also prevent the emergence of new viruses in the future, 

as well as more common viruses such as influenza and measles."

The researchers envisioned the use of safe UV in various indoor public spaces. He said that this technology can be easily retrofitted into existing lamps and can 

be deployed in hospitals and doctors' offices, schools, shelters, airports, airplanes, and other transportation hubs.

Columbia University researcher David Brenner said that if it is widely used in inhabited public places, ultraviolet technology may provide a powerful check for 

future epidemics and pandemics. He added that even if researchers develop a vaccine against the virus that causes COVID, it will not prevent the next new virus.

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