Keep Your Saint Paul, MN Family Safe With A UVC
Light Air Purification Device
Are you worried about airborne germs such as viruses and bacteria? Discover how air purifiers
with UVC light can keep you safe! Saint Paul, Minnesota-based supplier of air purifier devices
Think Air Purifiers has launched a new report detailing the germicidal benefits of UVC light.
Ultraviolet C refers to light with a wavelength of
As the report explains, UVC light is very effective at
destroying small organisms such as bacteria, mold,
fungus, and viruses.
According to the US Food and Drugs
Administration, "UVC radiation has been
shown to destroy the outer protein coating
of viruses. The destruction ultimately leads
to inactivation of the virus."
Given the efficacy of UVC light as a
germicidal agent, it is unsurprising that
air-purification manufacturers often
incorporate UVC lamps or bulbs in their
The new report explains that the effectiveness of such systems depends on
three factors: exposure time to UVC light, distance from UVC light, and
power of the UVC light source.
As air purifiers generally pass air through
quite quickly, the report explains several
solutions that designers have used to ensure
that UVC light bulbs within such systems
have enough time to be effective.
The first of these solutions is the use of a
HEPA filter, which traps harmful particles,
giving the UVC light enough time to kill
The second solution is used by the manufacturer Airocide,
whose products are supplied by Think Air Purifiers.
The Airocide devices utilize NASA-designed
filter-less technology that passes air through
more slowly, completely destroying airborne
bacteria, mold, viruses, fungi, volatile
organic compounds, and odors.
Think Air Purifiers supplies a range
of air purification devices, including
systems that incorporate UVC light.
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