August 4, 2022
Salmonella Is Killed By SAFE Blue Light
Neu-Tech Energy Solutions has been developing and promoting Blue Light Technology Lights for Disinfecting Fire Departments, Doctors and Dentist Offices, Schools, Gyms, Nursing Homes, Hospitals and more for over 4 years.
We have been working in the visible light range from 405-470nm that kills a wide variety of bacteria including MRSA, Staph, Strep, Cdiff and more. See below (Visible Light). This is light that gets to earth and we have lights that focus on the 405-470nm range to kill bacteria.
Neu-Tech Energy Solutions is now offering a wide range of lights in the UV range. There are three different UV ranges. UVA that tans you UVB that burns you and UVC. This range is called “The Germicidal Range” because it is proven to kill Bacteria and Viruses.
What Is UVC? – Ultraviolet light is electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths shorter than visible light. UV can be separated into various ranges, with short range UV (UVC) considered “germicidal UV.” Short-wave ultraviolet radiation, in the “C” band (200 to 280 nanometers) has been used for over 100 years.
How Does UVC Work? – UV light has been used since the late 1800s to kill the types of microorganisms that typically cause indoor air quality problems — bacteria, mold, yeast, and viruses.
At certain wavelengths UV is mutagenic to bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms. In the germicidal range it is know to kill 99% of all viruses. Micro-organisms have less protection from UV and cannot survive prolonged exposure to it.
Studies have confirmed that UVC light can be effective for combating SARS-COV. However, additional studies are needed to determine and confirm the specific dose response required to inactivate COVID-19 on different surfaces and materials. Neu-Tech Energy Solutions has a new and updated website called https://www.turnontheblue.com/ this site has all the Blue Bacteria killing lights along with our new UVC lights that kill viruses listed.
Safety is key to using UVC lights. Our units have remote starters, timers and motion sensors to turn the unit off if someone enters the sanitizing area.
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