What Makes Us Unique?
Ultraviolet (UV) light is a range of light within the electromagnetic spectrum that is invisible to the human eye. UV light has shorter wavelengths and higher frequencies than visible light, and these properties are dependent on the type of UV light that is being emitted. There are three types of UV light: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. The sun naturally emits UV-A and UV-B light, which are responsible for sunburns and cellular damage. UV-C light is absorbed by the Earth’s atmosphere, so we are not exposed to it.
Our products contain technology that implements all three types of ultraviolet light through the use of six wavelengths between 200 to 450 nm, compared to the usual use of one UV-C wavelength. Each range of ultraviolet light is effective against different pathogens and targets different proteins within the microorganism, so the use of six different wavelengths can ensure a more complete germicidal irradiation. By using all three types of UV light in our products and creating a built-in irradiation redundancy, we strive for the most thorough decontamination of surfaces, air, and water, and a reduction in the need for harmful chemicals.
Ultraviolet light is an eco-friendly option for sanitization. It is chemical-free and does not release toxic waste into the environment. Current cleaning solutions can contain volatile organic compounds which are released as gases into the environment when you use chemical-based cleaning products. These gases can cause ozone pollution and health issues.
A Healthy Choice
Everyday household chemical-based cleaning products are actually more dangerous than you think. They contain many chemicals that are harmful to your health. These cleaning products have been shown to cause carcinogenic effects, pregnancy complications, skin irritation, and development of respiratory issues. As COVID-19 continues to impact our world, we can provide you with a healthy and safe method to clean your surfaces, air, and water.
UV light emits high frequency waves that destroy bacteria and viruses by targeting the DNA within the microorganism and creating thymine dimers that build up and inhibit protein function. With improper protein function, the microbes are unable to repair or reproduce, resulting in pathogen inactivation.
“It is not the strongest species that survives, not the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.”