UV Room Sterilizer|
|Effective range of anti-virus:||within 2000mm diameter|
|Effective range of instant anti-virus:||within 500mm diameter|
|UVC wavelength range:||＜278nm|
|Optical design:||High-tech unique optical design adopted|
|Product power:||16W / 32W / 44.8W / 89.6W|
|Operation mode:||visual operation, mode selection, child protection lock|
|Battery type:||36V power selectable (external power adapter)|
|Classification:||M, MS, H, HS|
|Efficiency of sterilization:|
|M type: working time between 0.075~60s, sterilization rate of 99.9%|
|MS type: working time between 0.01~30s, sterilization rate of 99.9%|
|H type: working time between 0.007~12s, sterilization rate of
|HS type: working time between 0.005~3s, sterilization rate of 100%|
What is UV
sterilization for operating rooms?
In a nutshell…
UV sterilization robots utilize a specific UV light (UVC) to kill
germs and pathogens that may remain on surfaces after the manual
cleaning and disinfecting process.
Types of UV lights
There are two main types of UV light, which are then further
separated into three sub categories.
uv sterilizer supplier: Jiangsu
Knock Medical Technology Co.,Ltd
UV Mercury is the more traditional UV light source that uses an
electric arc inside an ionized gas chamber, which then emits
photons after the atoms decay, producing a steady stream of light.
UV Xenon, on the other hand, releases pulses of energy (as opposed
to a steady stream of light). After storing the electrical charge
in a capacitator, the energy emits in millisecond pulses. This
renders germs and pathogens unable to reproduce or repair, as the
photons are more powerful.
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