Posted: Tuesday, 16 May 2023
Today is UNESCO’s International Day of Light! A day of appreciation for the existence of light and the role it plays in science, medicine, communications, energy, and other fields such as culture, art, education, and sustainable development.
We thought it was a good day to remind everyone of the ways in which Ultraviolet light solutions for disinfection and purification systems provide a range of benefits and contribute to a safer, more efficient, and environmentally friendly world.
Kill harmful microorganisms:
UV lamps emit short-wavelength UV-C light that can kill or inactivate bacteria, viruses, and other harmful microorganisms. This makes them an effective tool for disinfecting surfaces and air.
Easy to use:
UV lamps are simple to use and require minimal maintenance. They can be installed in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning systems (HVAC), air purifiers, and other equipment to provide continuous disinfection.
UV lamps are safe to use when properly installed and maintained. They do not produce ozone or other harmful by-products and do not pose a risk to human health.
UV lamps can be used in a variety of settings, including hospitals, schools, offices, homes, and public transportation, to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases. We provide and do business with a wide range of industries and sectors as well as manufacture lamps to fit virtually any setup/installation. We offer a variety of surface and air products that can keep you, your employees/colleagues, and your business safe. View our UVETTA product range.
Unlike traditional disinfectants, UV lamps do not require the use of chemicals, making them a more eco-friendly and cost-effective solution
To summarise, ultraviolet technology is at the heart of a more sustainable future for air, water, and surface treatment systems. As technology and science evolve, Alpha-Purify will maintain to be at the forefront of providing industries with high-quality UV light solutions for water, air and surface disinfection, as well as germicidal and purification applications.
Learn more about The International Day of Light.