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It's no secret that high-touch surfaces need to be disinfected properly.
The good news is, according Alex Berezow, a microbiologist who has written on the topic, “UV light is lethal to bacteria and viruses because of its high frequency that scrambles and damages their nuclear material. When it damages the DNA (or RNA) code of these pathogens, it also triggers lethal mutations that prevent them from reproducing properly.”
That's why we invented ViroWave portable UV light sterilizer. ViroWave UV Sterilizer Kills Harmful Viruses, Bacteria, Pathogens, and Germs Without Harmful Chemicals.
Kills of 99.9% of Viruses & Bacteria Fast
A 2014 study from the UC Berkeley tested the efficacy of these portable wands and found that they killed 100% of commonly-found bacteria within five seconds and inactivated 90% of spore-forming bacteria, which are harder to kill, within 40 seconds. ViroWave™ is equipped with top of the line UVC technology.
Easy To Use & Portable
Charges Via USB
ViroWave™ is great for on the go travel to use on counters, tabletops, doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, tablets, elevator buttons, and bedside tables, wallet, remote controls, video game controllers, etc. This is a must have in your "to go" bag. Simply hold the ViroWave 1 - 2 inches above the objection of disinfection for 5-10 seconds. Use up to 40 seconds for extra confidence.
Not only does ViroWave™ have UV lights for sterilization, it's also easy to charge. Simply plug in this uv sanitizer with any USB connector to recharge.
HOW IT WORKS
On the UV light spectrum there are UV-A, B, and C lights. Only the UV-C light can kill germs, says Philip Tierno, PhD, a clinical professor in the department of pathology at New York University Langone Medical Center.
“This light has a range of effectiveness, which interferes and destroys the nucleic acids of bacteria and other microbes,” Tierno explains, adding that the range of light can also disrupt proteins in the microbes by killing certain amino acids.
- Ultraviolet (UV) light destroys the molecular bonds that hold together the DNA of viruses and bacteria.
- UV light is a particularly good option for sanitation because it kills bacteria regardless of drug resistance and without toxic chemicals.