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Founded in 2007, Universelite Co., Ltd is a professional China OEM UVC Germicidal Lamp manufacturers and UVC Germicidal Lamp factory, Our products were researched and developed in 2020, and has applied for national patent. Our lamps are used for medical disinfection, air purification, water disinfection, etc.; they are suitable for hospitals, restaurants, KTV, large conference rooms, families, supermarkets, shopping malls, food factories and other places. Germicidal lamp has two options of wavelength of 185nm to 400nm with ozone and wavelength of 25 3.7nm to 400nm without ozone. It can work normally at 0-50 C°, we use electrodeless ultraviolet lamp as the ultraviolet emission source, its service life is up to 60,000 hours. The ballast that drives ultraviolet ray has passed the UL, CE, FCC, PSE and SAA certifications. Equipped with infrared sensor, it can automatically closed when people near it and open when people leave . It can kill escherichia coli, salmonella, influenza, coronavirus and other dozens of harmful bacteria.

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UVC (ultraviolet C) germicidal lamps are lamps that emit ultraviolet light at a wavelength of between 200 and 280 nanometers, which is in the UVC range. This light is germicidal, meaning it is capable of killing or inactivating bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. UVC lamps are commonly used for air and surface disinfection in various settings, including hospitals, laboratories, and other public spaces, as well as for water treatment and purification. It is important to note that UVC light can be harmful to humans, so it is important to follow proper safety precautions when using UVC germicidal lamps.

What are the advantages of UVC germicidal lamps
UVC germicidal lamps have several advantages, including:
Effectiveness: UVC light has been shown to be effective in killing various microorganisms, including bacteria and viruses, making it useful for disinfection and sterilization.
Ease of use: UVC lamps are easy to install and require minimal maintenance, making them convenient for use in a variety of settings.
Safety: UVC light does not produce harmful ozone and does not penetrate beyond the surface of the object being disinfected, making it safe for use around humans and animals.
Energy efficiency: UVC lamps are highly energy-efficient and have a long lifespan, making them a cost-effective solution for continuous disinfection.
Versatility: UVC lamps can be used for a wide range of applications, including air purification, water treatment, and surface disinfection.

What are the types of UVC germicidal lamps
There are three main types of UVC (Ultraviolet C) germicidal lamps:
Low Pressure lamps: These are the most common type of UVC lamps and emit light at a lower intensity.
Medium Pressure lamps: These lamps emit light at a higher intensity compared to low-pressure lamps and are more effective at killing germs.
High Output (HO) lamps: These are the most powerful type of UVC lamps and are used in larger commercial or industrial applications, where a high level of germicidal power is required.
Each type of UVC lamp has its own unique set of characteristics and is suited to specific applications and environments.

What are the characteristics of UVC germicidal lamps
UVC (Ultra Violet C) germicidal lamps are characterized by the following features:
Wavelength: UVC lamps emit light at a wavelength of 254 nm, which is effective in killing bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms.
Efficiency: UVC lamps are highly efficient in killing germs, as the UV-C light disrupts the DNA of microorganisms, making it unable to reproduce and cause infection.
Usage: UVC lamps are commonly used for air and surface sterilization in healthcare facilities, water treatment plants, and other environments where sanitization is critical.
Safety: UVC light is harmful to human skin and eyes, and should be used with caution. It is typically enclosed in a protective housing and/or used in well-ventilated areas.
Longevity: UVC lamps have a relatively short lifespan compared to other types of lamps, and their output decreases over time. It is recommended to replace them periodically to maintain their germ-killing effectiveness.