Steri-C disinfects biometric sensors by destroying viruses and bacteria
Germicidal UV (GUV) refers to specific ultraviolet radiant energy used to inactivate bacteria, mould spores, fungi or viruses (collectively referred to as pathogens). Wavelengths in the photobiological ultraviolet spectral band known as the “UV-C,” from 200 to 280 nanometres (nm), have been certified to be the most effective for disinfection.
When viruses are exposed to UVC, its effects on the molecular structures destroys the structural bonds in the DNA , with a resultant rendering of the virus harmless and stopping its spread.
There are many examples worldwide of the use of GUV to disinvect objects and stop the spread of viruses.
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