SAILON FAR-UVC 222nm Excimer Lamp
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Ultraviolet(UV) germicidal lamps have been widely used as a disinfection weapon, and consumers' awareness of Ultraviolet(UV) germicidal has also been popularized and attached importance to. In fact, ultraviolet sterilization lamps have already been used in hospitals, schools, shopping malls and other public places.
1. ABOUT UV:UV characteristics of 254nm and 222nm
The widely used 254nm Ultraviolet(UV) radiation has the characteristics of pure physical high efficiency sterilization and no secondary pollution, etc., and has a wide range of applications in large space environment, and direct irradiation is harmful to human body.
But not all uv wavelengths are destructive, and there is growing evidence that the 222nm wavelength is equally effective against many pathogens, and that the light does not pose a threat to humans.According to foreign media reports, Columbia University in the United States and Kobe University in Japan have respectively proved that UVC radiation with a wavelength of 222nm can inactivate the bacteria without causing adverse effects on the skin and eyes.Under the condition of the same dose of UV, the bactericidal effect was stronger at 222nm than at 254nm.
2. SAILON FAR-UVC 222nm Excimer Lamp
No harmful to Skin:
No harmful to Eyes:
(1)Proprietary Safety Filter Technology Included to Ensure Narrowband 222nm Emission
(2)Mercury Free – Environmental Friendly
(3)Large Production Capacity
(4)Effective Germicidal Wavelength
(5)Effective Reduction of Viruses, Bacteria, and Spores
(6)Wide Operating Temperature
(7)Instantaneous On/Off at Full Output Power
(8)No Lifetime Reduction by Frequent On/Off Cycles
(9)Minimal Ozone Emission
Disinfection of space(150W):
The sterilization effect:
Taylor et al. demonstrated that 222 nm kills the bacteria by destroying RNA
SAILON FAR-UVC 222nm Excimer Lamp Applications:
It can be widely used in commercial public places, public transportation places, education and training institutions, medical institutions, etc