Germicidal ultraviolet radiation is a method of decontamination that it uses ultraviolet (UV) light at the UV-C wavelength, so as to modify and damage the DNA or RNA of microorganisms and therefore prevent them from reproducing or to be harmful. It also acts at the level of the bonds of the protein chains, changing its conformation.
Decontamination time: It is a variable value depending on the type of microorganism to be killed. For efficient killing of most viruses, bacteria, prions, spores and fungi it is necessary to leave EVERY SINGLE SIDE exposed to UV-C radiation for 15 minutes. A lower exposure leads to a lower abatement.
Supply : 230 V ~ 50 Hz – 13 W
Dimensions : 34×20 x22H cm
Made for 6 frames