What does UV-C do?

There are three types of UV rays: UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. The A with UV-A stands for “aging” because it mainly causes skin aging. The B in UV-B stands for “burning” because UV-B rays burn your skin. UV-C radiation is used to change the DNA structures of viruses and bacteria.

UV-C & Filter Technology

The energetic UV-C rays have a wave range between 200-280 Nanometer. These rays are able to destroy microorganisms, with a wavelength of exactly 253.7 Nanometer achieving the best result. UV-C radiation damages micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses almost immediately. However, for complete effectiveness a combination of UV-C & Filters is required. When microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi house dust mites and spores are exposed to UV-C light, the DNA is changed and can no longer multiply.
This has many advantages for room where several people work or meet, it disinfects the air very effectively without emitting ozone.
Laboratories have confirmed that with the correct combination of UV-C & Filters, the coronavirus can be destroyed.