Germicidal UVC Light Bulb - 120V 15W UV-C CFL standard USA E26 E27 Lamp socket - Available with or without O3 Technology!
Protect Your Health By Using Ultraviolet Light To Kill Harmful Micro-Organisms
Nasty germs don’t just live in public spaces. In fact, you’re more likely to get a sore throat from your keyboard, smartphone, or TV remote control or other. This bulb is a germicidal sanitary device that uses UV-C light to eliminate the threat of bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and allergy-inducing microorganisms found on the items closest to you. (Also available with O3 technology!)
This is your line of defense against sickness. Unlike disinfectant cleaning wipes, UV-C is safe for use on everything from your eyeglasses and electronics to your cutting board and cutlery, you’ll have added peace of mind knowing you’re always ready to sanitize.
✅Kills 99.9% of surface bacteria
✅Reduces chances of getting sick
✅Compact design, convenient use
Wavelength: 253nm (Effective UV-C 240-280nm)
Note: Ultraviolet rays can cause burns to the eyes and skin. Please do not point at people or animals during use to ensure safety!
15 WATT 120 VOLT GERMICIDAL SANITATION UV BULB, E26/E27 BASE SCREW SOCKET - Standard USA Lamp!
***Efficient Inactivation of Bacteria up to 8 feet from all sides with an exposure time of 30 minutes (See PDF for more detail)
Protect Your Health by
Using Ultraviolet Light to Kill
Nasty germs don’t just live in public spaces. In fact, you’re more likely to get a sore throat from your keyboard, smartphone, or TV remote control than you are by visiting a public washroom. This is a germicidal sanitary device that uses UV-C light to eliminate the threat of bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and allergy-inducing microorganisms found on the items closest to you.
Ultraviolet C (UV-C) is a short wavelength (100-280 nm) radiation and is primarily used for the disinfection of air, surfaces and liquids from microbial contaminants. To date the UV-C is the wavelength in germicidal applications and is also recommended by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.
**Please note: The current specifications of UV-C technology operates at the 254nm wavelength. It is important and imperative to know this is harmful to the human skin and eyes. This is NOT a lamp to install in your kitchen! Please check into UV-C standards and safety for full disclosure on the effects.
Add O3 technology to also clean BEHIND surfaces when disinfecting! (Proper ventilation is required!)
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Can this be used in the hot air section of the furnace discharge or will it over heat in the environment of 160F?
The UV lamp works under 104F (40C). It won’t work under 160F (71C).
The germicidal effect is affected by temperature and humidity. Most performance is measured under 68F (20C) and 60% humidity.
Hope this helps.
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I was going to install this bulb (uvc with o3) inside my furnace on the return side (cool air) is it safe to have it on 24/7 inside the furnace or is this lamp designed to use in intervals for short times. the light will not be exposed to people or pets it will be sealed in the duct work.
The UV lamp can continuously stay on. It is safe to keep it that way, in the aging test the manufacturer runs them for 500+ hours without removing power.
Normally we need to calculate air flow speed and volume to figure out exactly how much UV power needs to be applied and for how long to efficiently kill germs in the air via an AC ventilator. This would allow the lamp to be powered off for durations of time. However, as stated, a continual light can be produced.