A UV light sterilizer is designed to use ultraviolet-C light to eliminate surface pathogens. UV-C light is germicidal and damages the DNA of viruses, germs, bacteria, and other pathogens to inhibit their ability to replicate and spread diseases.
When pathogens cannot replicate, they ultimately die. More specifically, germicidal UV light damages the nucleic acids of microbes by forming molecular bonds between them.
A UV light sterilizer in the Philippines will rarely be sold as a stand-alone product. To ensure full effectiveness in killing harmful surface pathogens, they are often equipped with high-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA) filtration systems. Once fine particles such as dirt, dust, and hair go through the HEPA filter, they will be exposed to germicidal UV-C lamps that kill up to 99.9% of viruses, airborne bacteria, germs, and mold. In fact, UV disinfection can also inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
Over the past decades, UV light has been used to disinfect surfaces, the air, and even water. UV Care has harnessed the power of UV-C light to develop the most comprehensive range of UV sterilizing devices in the Philippines for residential, industrial, medical, corporate, and commercial solutions. UV Care’s superior UV light sterilizers in the Philippines are the leader in UV-C germicidal technology. This is why UV Care’s superior UV light sterilizers are recommended and used in almost all the leading establishments in the Philippines including hospitals, schools, offices, hotels, malls, restaurants, and other service businesses.