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UVC Technology that Kills 99.99% of Everyday Germs
UVC Technology that Kills 99.99% of Germs
Dr Ultra-C Launches Household Range of Germ Killing UVC Technology with Major Australian Retailers
Why Dr Ultra-C?
Your smartphone is 10x dirtier than a toilet seat! The average individual spends 5.4 hours a day on their phone, collecting germs and viruses that we unwittingly carry back home. Unless we effectively kill them, one germ can multiple into 8 million germs in a single day!
Dr Ultra-C's range of Ultraviolet C products quickly destroy 99.99% of germs that we gather on the technology we use as part of our everyday lives. Dr Ultra-C’s range of products will be available at JB Hi-Fi, Big W, The Good Guys, Winc and Amazon.
Scientifically Proven, Every Dr Ultra-C Product is Microbiologically Tested & Certified
All Dr Ultra-C products have been tested and certified to kill Escheria Coli, Staphylcoccus Aureus and Candida Albicans to a sterilising rate of 99.99%.
Medical Grade Sanitisation in Your Hands
Ultraviolet C (254,7nm) Technology has been used throughout the medical and science community to ensure the most effective sanitisation occurs (99.99%). Dr Ultra-C have developed a range of UVC products that can sanitise your keys, smartphones, baby pacifiers, through to tv remotes and laptops. The products range from $99.95 to $149.95.
- Dr Ultra-C 10 Second Sanitiser Wand - $99.95
- Dr Ultra-C 99 Second Sanitiser Box & Wireless Charger - $119.95
- Dr Ultra-C Sanitiser Bag - $149.95
- Dr Ultra-C LED Portable Sanitiser Box - $99.95
- Dr Ultra-C Portable UVC & Ozone Sterilise Lamp - $99.95
All prcing mentioned in this announcement are AUD RRP's.
How does UVC Work?
Figure 1: The UV Light Spectrum Diagram 2018, UV Guard, accessed 5th May, 2020, https://uvguard.com/knowledge-centre/.
Ultraviolet radiation as visible light or radio waves, electromagnetic radiation and cannot be perceived by the human eye. It is defined as comprising the spectral range from 100 and 380 nm and closes thus directly to the blue, visible part of the light.
The high-energy UVC radiation causes a photochemical reaction. The wavelength at 253.7 nm is absorbed by the cell nucleic acids and lead, depending on the radiation dose, to a molecular rearrangement of the micro-organism’s DNA, to kill or damage bacteria and fungal spores. The UVC radiation is therefore targeted for degradation or destruction of microorganisms (e.g. bacteria/viruses, yeasts and moulds).
Figure 2: Double Helix DNA strand showing before and after effects of UV-C Light, ES Engineered Systems, accessed 5th May, 2020, https://www.esmagazine.com.
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