ultraviolet water sterilizer system
|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:||32W / 64W / 89.6W/179.2W|
|Operation mode:||visual operation, mode selection, child protection lock|
|Battery type:||36V power selectable (external power adapter)|
|Classification:||M, MS, H, HS|
What Type of UV Light is Best?
UV sterilization devices use UV-C light as the source of their disinfecting power. UV-C
light is an effective solution for sterilization, which is why it
is the most widely used light type. However, it can cause some
serious damage as well. UV-C light can penetrate human skin and
cause damage or injury to the person using it, if not careful. UV-C
light can also cause damage to certain plastics and rubber
materials over time.
A better light solution is the K-NOCK SKW-200 . Far-UV uses a different wavelength of the UV spectrum to
provide the same disinfecting strength as UV-C without the
dangerous side effects. Far-UV can also work faster and disinfect
more quickly than UV-C lamps, creating greater efficiency. A recent
study confirms what Far-UV promises in terms of safety to people in
the workspace, affirming that Far-UV cannot penetrate the skin and
cause harm to humans.
Far-UV is safer for workplace cleanup as well as for human safety.
Many regular UV-C lamps and lights contain mercury in the bulbs,
which make disposal hazardous and much more complicated. Far-UV
doesn’t use mercury, and therefore is safer to use and to dispose