Disinfection with UV light – now and in the future

How to protect against viruses and their mutations to avoid the flu and other illnesses using UV disinfection

UV light has a germicidal effect that provides reliable disinfection. Highly efficient air purifiers and surface disinfection devices protect kindergarten children, bus passengers, patients, guests and staff. There is much to be said for UV disinfection:

  • UVC light is effective against SARS-CoV-2, its variants and mutations.
  • UV disinfection also destroys flu viruses, cold viruses, other dangerous germs and microbes
  • Germs cannot develop resistance against UV light

UV light destroys SARS-CoV-2 and its mutations

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Studies show that UV light, especially in the UVC range, destroys SARS-CoV-2 viruses. Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) disinfection works by inactivating the genetic information, which works with the original viruses as well as with newly emerging mutations. In addition, these viruses cannot develop any resistance to UV light.

UVGI disinfection is fit for the future

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UV light ensures efficient disinfection of viruses, bacteria, germs and dangerous microbes, rendering them harmless long after the current pandemic. UV disinfection of room air and surfaces is a solution for protection againt the inevitable next wave of flu, pneumonia, RSV, etc., as well as future unknown viruses and their mutations.

Where can UV disinfection be used now and in the future?