|Product Name||Toothbrush Sterilizer|
|Sterilization Ways||UVC LED|
|Sterilization Time||5 Min|
Product usage introduction
Sterilize toothbrushes, safeguard oral hygiene, and improve quality of life; Adopt UVLED ultraviolet sterilization technology, built-in rechargeable lithium battery;
Description of product use
Automatic induction design of the rotating cover, close the cover and start to work; It will automatically shut down after the sterilization completed ; if the cover is continuously opened and closed within 5 seconds, the product will stop working;
1. Is UVC ultraviolet sterilization really effective?
Ultraviolet bactericidal has nearly a hundred years history. In 1893, Danish doctor Niels Reberg Finsen discovered the
bactericidal effect of ultraviolet light. In 1903, he won the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. UVC ultraviolet light can
directly penetrate the cell wall of bacteria and enter its nucleus when irradiated by bacteria and viruses, destroying the
molecular structure of microbial DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) or RNA (ribonucleic acid), making the bacteria die or unable to reproduce, thereby achieving the goal of sterilization. In May 2020, the Global Lighting Association issued the "UV-C Safety Guidelines", stating that UVC irradiation is a proven sterilization method that can be used to inactivate bacteria and viruses in water, air and solid surfaces.
2. Is UVC ultraviolet safe and what impact does it have on people and the environment?
UVC ultraviolet rays cannot penetrate the surface cell layer of the skin, so it cannot reach deeper layers or damage living cells in the body. However, it is necessary to avoid direct exposure to human eyes and skin during use. Long-term exposure will cause facial redness, peeling and burns, and damage the cornea. Ultraviolet rays reflect differently on the skin of different races, and it is relatively obvious for whites. Ultraviolet rays are very environmentally friendly and will not cause any pollution or damage.
3. Can the handheld UV chip disinfection equipment be used when people are around?
Beyondsmartor - handheld UV Chip Disinfection Equipment, equipped with double safety guarantees, trigger switch and infrared induction which could automatically shut down when inducts human body and moving objects. Our equipment comes with a safety mode, protective induction, and is equipped with protective equipment such as protective goggles. As ultraviolet cannot penetrate ordinary glass, there is no danger to operate under professional guidance. Strong directivity of light source, the light will not be scattered to the human body, and it can be used in a human environment
4 . What other certifications does the product have?
Elimination number registration, application for ISO quality certification, EU CE, RoHs certification, FCC, UL, EMC and other
5. What is the difference between UVC chip and traditional UV lamp?
(1) Different luminous media
UVC ultraviolet chip is packaged by the third-generation semiconductor material luminescent medium, and the ultraviolet mercury lamp uses mercury to excite ultraviolet rays to encapsulate the quartz glass.
(2) Different environmental protection
The ultraviolet mercury lamp is a mercury lamp. Mercury is highly toxic. Once the mercury lamp breaks or the mercury leaks, it will cause serious harm to the human body and the environment, and it will produce ozone that is harmful to the human central nervous system. China has signed the Minamata Convention, mercury will be completely banned, and products containing mercury are not allowed to be produced or sold since 2020. UVC ultraviolet chip disinfection has the advantages of fast start-up, long life, small size, easy plasticity, and good sterilization and disinfection effects. The key UVC chip will not cause secondary pollution during use and has high environmental protection performance. UVC ultraviolet chip is a general trend to replace traditional ultraviolet mercury lamps with green disinfection methods.
(3) Different disinfection time
A single 100nW UV chip can eliminate most common pathogenic bacteria in just a few seconds, and the inactivation efficiency of multiple chip integrated surface light sources is only a few tenths of a second. The sterilization time required for ultraviolet mercury lamps is generally half an hour to several hours or more to achieve a good sterilization effect. Moreover, mercury lamps produce ozone, consume large amounts of electricity, and take long sterilization time, which limit the scope of daily use and will be eliminated eventually.