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How Does UV Light Kill Germs?

The antibacterial effects of ultraviolet (UV) light were first discovered over 140 years ago by Downes & Blunt in 1878. They observed that sunlight prevented the growth of microorganisms inside a tube and, upon increased exposure durations, the test tubes remained...

What Are UV Lamps Used For?

UV lamps emit high-intensity UV-C light at a wavelength of 253.7nm and are very effective at killing harmful germs and bacteria. Because of this, they are also often referred to as ‘germicidal lamps’. Now more than ever, we are all well aware of the risk of...

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