Uvc LED sanitisation
How does LED uvc work?
LED UVC (along with UVA and UBV) is one of three types of UV light that has a short energetic wavelength of between 100-400 nanometres (nm). Over a hundred years ago, scientists discovered that UVC can be used to kill microorganisms by destroying their genetic material, and has since been used regularly in hospitals, offices, airlines and in the sanitisation of drinking water.
INUI LED has developed a UVC range between 256-280nm, which is optimum for killing viruses and bacteria in the shortest time possible depending on the area being exposed. These High powered UVC lights must be integrated into systems that turn on when no one is present for complete safety. Most importantly there are strict guidelines against using UVC disinfection lamps to sanitise hands or other areas of the skin, even brief exposure to UVC light can cause burns and eye damage so if you are unsure call for further advise. Our products have CE certification and come complete with full safety instructions.