UV-C light is harmful to eyes and skin therefore should only be
used in places devoid of people, pets and plants.
Can UV-C help prevent Covid-19 transmission?
Can UV-C alone "kill" any kind of virus?
Are commercial disinfects enough to destroy any virus?
Is all ultraviolet considered germicidal ultraviolet (GUV)?
Germicidal UV (GUV) refers to using ultraviolet radiant energy to inactivate bacteria, mold spores, fungi, or viruses.
The non-technical term is germicidal light.
Can UV-C clean every inch of every surface?
You say UV-C inactivates viruses. I want to KILL them. Why should I buy your system?
UV-C can only inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 virus?
What is the UVC dose for killing or disabling the COVID-19 virus?
Are UVC disinfection devices safe?
How can you measure the effectiveness of the UV-C?
IUVA also concurs with CDC guidance to hospitals that the germicidal effectiveness of UVC is influenced by the UVC absorbing properties of the suspension, the surface or aerosol that the organism is in by the type or action spectra of the microorganism and by a variety of design and operating factors that impact the delivered UV dose to the microorganism.
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Are there performance standards and UVC validation protocols for UV disinfection devices?
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*Based on a paper by the INTERNATIONAL ULTRAVIOLET ASSOCIATION. www.iuva.org.
UV-C light is harmful to the eyes and skin, therefore, should only be used in places devoid of people, pets, and plants.