TERMILIGHT UV-Clean Technology
What is Ultraviolet (UV) Light?
Ultraviolet light is a type of electromagnetic radiation that makes black-light posters glow, and is responsible for summer tans — and sunburns. On the electromagnetic spectrum, UV fits between the visible light that our eyes can see and the invisible waves of x-rays.
What is UV-C?
In the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that makes up UV light, there are three bands; UV A, B & C. The rays of the sun is the main source of UV on Earth. UV A & B is most commonly heard of, especially during the summer months as to caution the use of sun screen. UV-C is less commonly heard of as it is the weakest in the UV light spectrum. Its' rays get blocked out by our atmosphere, making it less commonly found on Earth.
What is UV-Clean?
UV-Clean is taking the power of UV-C light, and focusing in on a very narrow spectrum of UV-C light that is strong enough to kill a viruses or bacterias ability to spread, yet weak enough to safely not penetrate walls or clothing.
How does UV-Clean work?
By producing light in this narrow band of UV, wherever each ray of UV-C light directly illuminates, it seeks the DNA/RNA of viruses and bacteria, and destroys its ability to replicate, eliminating the threat of contamination or spread.
How long does it take to work?
TERMILIGHT's UV-Clean rays will stop the spread of all viruses and bacteria from any surface, item or air that is within 5-feet in any direction of its' lights ray within 20-min. The closer the light, the faster the clean.
Is UV-Clean safe to use?
UV-Clean is safe to use, if you use it correctly. Skin and eyes should never have direct contact with the UV-C light. Serious damage can occur overtime with repeated exposure. As long as you use the TERMILIGHT remote, and ensure the safety sensors are operational, there will not be any safety concerns. UV-C light leaves no toxic residues, and once the light is off, the room is immediately safe for use.