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This is an 36 Watt INDUSTRIAL-STRENGTH UV-C Light.
*PLEASE NOTE: This unit is very powerful and safety precautions must be followed. Always shine the light down or away from you. Do not look at the light or shine on exposed skin.
*Lightweight handheld device
*Easy to use
*Lamp rated for 8,000 hours
*Produces NO Ozone
*Quick and easy lamp-change out requires no extra tools
*On/Off safety switch
*Voltage: 110V, 50/60Hz
*Optimal wavelength of 254 nm
*UVC Intensity: 1650 uw/cm2 at 12 inches from surface / 270 uw/cm2 at 36 inches from surface
*Dimensions: 18.9"L x 5.1"W x 4.5"H
*25 foot 3 -prong power cord
*EPA Establishment Number: 97623-CHN-1
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Just as you wouldn’t pour bleach on bare skin or allow it near your eyes, some safety precautions are necessary with UVC. Whenever a UV-C light is being used, humans and should protect themselves to avoid exposure to skin and eyes.
UV-C lamps and lights should also not be touched, used on bare skin, or looked at directly, just as you wouldn’t look into a very bright light. It’s also important to note that unlike some lower-quality light brands, the UV-C products offered at VirusLights.com do not produce ozone - a dangerous, colorless byproduct gas that can be harmful to your health.
Is UV-C the same as UV?
With a big increase in interest and use in the wake of the coronavirus, germicidal products using the terms “UV-C” and “UV” have become very popular. But are they the same thing? UV, also known as “ultraviolet” light, has a wavelength that falls between 10 nanometers (nm) and 400nm. UV-C light, in comparison, has a much shorter wavelength - the shortest of all types of UV light - at between 200nm and 280nm.
PLEASE NOTE: This unit is very powerful and safety precautions must be followed. Always shine the light down or away from you. Do not look at the light or shine on exposed skin.