What is UV-C?
You’ve likely heard of ultraviolet light before; probably in the context of sun block or a tanning bed. But UV light exists on a spectrum. At the short end of that spectrum is UV-C with a wavelength of 200 to 280 nanometers. For perspective on how small that is, a nanometer is one billionth of a metre!
The most amazing part about UV-C light is that it has been proven to inactivate dangerous germs like bacteria and viruses.1 The light attacks these organisms at a molecular level. This prevents the germs from reproducing, rendering them harmless.
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