Personal UV Sanitizing Solutions
A ct Earth Wise continually invest in products and partnerships that are better for people and the planet. Typically starting with replacing plastic products with sustainable products and practices. If you frequent a beach or your local landfill you’ll find discarded plastic household cleaner containers as prevalent as any other plastic packaging. While working with suppliers with new, earth friendly, cleaning products and packaging we met up with a light scientist that has enlighten us on the cleaning and sterilization qualities of UV-C lighting. Solution that often kill over 99% of the microbes and virus associated with fever, nausea, diarrhea, colds and flus.
Act Earth Wise Health markets a collection of personal UV products.
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✔ Eliminates over 98% of airborne germs
✔ Reduces the growth of bacteria microbes
✔ Mitigates the growth of mold
✔ Effective at killing virus and flu pathogens
✔ Fights odors and allergens
✔ UV light is non-toxic
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The scientific research has proved that the most effective frequency for microbial destruction is between 280nm and 200nm within this UV-C band.Therefore, as long as the nm frequency of Germicidal lamps have been well-controlled within the range, then the microbial will be destroyed/controlled effectively. Opportunities for infection are abundant and virtually everywhere, so it is important to realize that use of the UV-C Light Sanitizer does not guarantee that the user will avoid illness.To avoid microbial infection, one must take a wide range of precautions. Use of the UV-C Light Sanitizer is an important precaution, but not the only precaution that one should take.
• UV-A (400-315nm)
The long wave UV light (315nm to 400nm) or UV-A refers, to what we commonly call "black light".This is the longest wavelength region and lowest energy;
it represents the largest portion of natural UV.
• UV-B (315-280nm)
The UV-B (280nm to 315nm), or midrange UV, causes sunburn.
• UV-C (280-200nm)
The Germicidal UV Light (200nm to 280nm), or UV-C, is effective in microbial control.