UVC Body Light is an ultraviolet light between 200-280 nanometers wavelength and this same light which causes sunburn and skin-cell mutation in the human body. UVC light is the most powerful type of UV light which has been effective for killing bacteria. According to the survey, UV radiation is more convenient than soap and water.
UVC light is a well-known cleanser for air, liquid, and nonporous surfaces. UVC body light radiation has successfully been used for many years to lessen the spread of germs, such as tuberculosis. Because of this reason, UVC lights are called “germicidal” lamps. UVC body light, which is used as a common device in the market to clean household objects, as well as it has been shown to be a very effective result in laboratory studies for killing germs on computer screens, laptops, toothbrushes, and many other devices. UVC light has also been shown to affect viruses in similar ways that affect germs.
UVC body light has been proven to demolish the outer protein coating of the SARS-coronavirus, which is a different variant from the current virus SARS-CoV-2. This destruction eventually usher to demolish of the virus. Furthermore, acknowledging whether YVC body light is effective for the inactivation of a particular virus. However, generally, there are also some limitations that how effective UVC light can be inactivating viruses. UVC radiation kills bacteria and virus germs as well through destructing molecules like nucleic acids and proteins.
UVC lights can only inactivate a virus germs if that is directly exposed to the radiation lights. As a consequence, the inactivation of virus germs on the surfaces may not be affected due to blocking of the UV lights by soil, such as dust, or any other impurities such as bodily fluids. UVC lights are commonly used inside air ducts to disinfect the air from viruses. Which is the safest way to utilize UVC radiation because direct UVC exposure to the human body like skin and eyes may cause several injuries, and installation of UVC in an air duct is decrease the danger of human body damage. UVC lights kill bacteria, virus germs, fungi, so it should kill coronavirus germs.
Outside of industrial uses, there is an immense number of portable UV sanitizing boxes, wands, water bottles that claim to kill 99.9% of virus germs and bacteria on objects like phones, toothbrushes, pacifiers, and many other surfaces. However, UVC radiation lights should never be used on the human body.