ALTIS UVSTERILIZATION BOX
DISCRIPTION : Plug n Play model,
Deactivate virusesin a few seconds, switch off when shutter open, No side effects.
Only for Non livingthing items : 30sec
Vegetables & fruits : 40sec
Cards. : 30sec
Currency : 60sec
Groceries items packed with plastic : 60sec
Toy : 60sec
Purse and other leather items : 60sec
Paper & files : 60sec
Pen & pencils - stationary : 60sec
Size- 304D x304W x 381H -mm
Body- SS 202
W 8w, Philips UVlamp Tube Single
USEFUL FOR :Office. Airports. Bank. Railway stations. Restaurant.
1. How effective isUV sterilization?
UV light has been used for sterilization and disinfection for more than 40years now. With advancements
in technology, and specifically in the UV bulbs themselves, its reliable longlifespan
(thousands-of-hours) and smaller size (e.g. UV LED vs traditional UV bulbs) hasbroadened
the field for where it can be used. You can find it being used to disinfectwater, air,
fruits, vegetables, surgical utensils, tablet computers, toys and a variety ofsurfaces.
2. What are thetypes of UV and which one works the best for Sterilization?
When it comes to UV sterilization, not all kinds of UV are effective. What doesthat mean? To
get a little technical, ultraviolet (UV) means beyond violet and refers to arange of electromagnetic
waves with a shorter wavelength (higher frequency and energy) than the visible
violet light. UV is divided into three types with reducing wavelengths andincreasing energy.
They are UVA, UVB and UVC. For UV sterilization, only UVC (100-280nm) has highenough
energy to effectively kill microorganisms. When you are shopping for a UVsterilization product
to try in your home or business, make sure that its UV wavelength falls in therange of
UVC (100-280 nm).
8. Is ultravioletlight effective against COVID-19?
Ultraviolet light destroys DNA of viruses, bacteria, and fungi. UV light,specifically between
200-280nm(UVC or the germicidal range), inactivates (aka, kills) at least twoother coronaviruses
that are near-relatives of the COVID-19 virus: 1) SARS-CoV-1 and 2) MERS-CoV.An important
caveat is this inactivation has been demonstrated under controlled conditionsin the
laboratory. The effectiveness of UV light in practice depends on factors suchthe exposure
time and the ability of the UV light to reach the viruses in water, air, and inthe folds and crevices
of materials and surfaces.