Studies have shown that UV Light Sterilization kills microorganisms by damaging their DNA/RNA. When the UV light is applied, and the surrounding environment is exposed to the radiation, it disrupts the chemical bonds that bind the atoms of DNA/RNA together in the microorganism. The bacteria cannot repair the damage, and the cells die when the damage is severe enough. Studies have shown that when an environment is exposed to prolonged UV light, it helps to damage microorganisms. Unlike with traditional chemical cleaning treatments, the UV-treated areas do not run the risk of re-contamination.
Studies have shown that UV Light Sterilization works to reduce and eliminate bacterial contamination where pathogens pose a threat to its surrounding environment. The Ultraviolet light uses energy to eliminate microorganisms by damaging their DNA/RNA. Studies have shown that the UV-C flux to the air and surfaces, automatically deliver the right amount of doses needed to reduce dangerous pathogens such as:
Studies have shown that UV disinfecting treatment works exceptionally well in environments where bacterial contamination poses a threat both in the water, and the air. Due to the direct exposure of strong ultraviolet light and energy, sterilization generally takes place in shielded, controlled location or light-proof UV chambers. UV disinfection devices are designed to deactivate viruses, fungi, and bacteria in places where fixtures are inconvenient to be mounted, and where traditional cleaning is not sufficient. The UV light sterilization is ideal for both public and private locations.