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What is Pulsed UV? Ultraviolet Germicidal (UV-C) Lighting

Pulsed UV is a technique to irradiate the pulsed rays with wide spectrum and high energy (up to hundreds of thousands of times of sunlight intensity being reached the ground ), using a xenon lamp, in a very short period of time between tens to hundreds of microseconds. UVC irradiation in the spectrum between 200nm and 320 nm deactivates microorganisms. Pulsed UV-C system has been shown to be very effective in deactivating a variety of pathogens, including endospores of c.difficile, MRSA, vegetative bacteria, and viruses. Pulsed UV-C can eliminate environmental surface bacteria or air bacteria, decompose the chemical pollution like formaldehyde, purify air, good for the densely populated areas.
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