Gad vide om min rav-lommelygte har den rigtige bølgelængde? Og hvornår kan man så købe UV-LED-pærer hos Harald Nyborg?
Så vidt jeg kan se ud fra søgningen, skal man passe på, hvis man vil købe. Jeg prøvede at følge et af linkene, det var umuligt at finde ud af, hvilken bølgelængde apparatet har. Det er et oplagt område for plattenslagere.
A Columbia University researcher this week said new ultraviolet technology he helped develop is a “game changer” that has shown promise for killing the novel coronavirus in indoor places without harming human skin.
The findings echo other studies that found UV technology could potentially sterilize the novel coronavirus on surfaces and the air. This week, the media and their Democrat allies lambasted U.S. President Donald Trump for suggesting that health officials could use UV light to treat coronavirus.
“Far-UVC light has the potential to be a ‘game-changer,’” Brenner said, Columbia News reported on Tuesday. “It can be safely used in occupied public spaces, and it kills pathogens in the air before we can breathe them in.”
According to Brenner, people can use safe overhead far-UVC lamps in various indoor public spaces.
“The technology, which can be easily retrofitted into existing light fixtures, he said, could be deployed in hospitals and doctors’ offices as well as schools, shelters, airports, airplanes, and other transportation hubs,” Columbia reported.
According to a study published in early 2018:
“far-UVC light (207–222 nm) efficiently inactivates bacteria without harm to exposed mammalian skin. This is because, due to its strong absorbance in biological materials, far-UVC light cannot penetrate even the outer (non living) layers of human skin or eye; however, because bacteria and viruses are of micrometer or smaller dimensions, far-UVC can penetrate and inactivate them.”
Far-UV Sterilray™ is also made without the use of mercury, which is included in the bulbs of many UV-C lamps. The construction of the Far-UV Sterilray™ lamp means that it is safer both for use and for disposal than a similar UV-C lamp.
Dr. Eddie Fatakhov, MD, a board-certified internist from Atlanta discusses the efficiency and effectiveness of Far-UV Light and how it is able to kill the COVID-19 Coronavirus in one-tenth of a second, while not harming human skin or eyesight, and eliminating inefficient and ineffective continual hand washing and hand sanitizing.
It is a special lamp with a particular patented form of UV light known as “Excimer Wave Sterilray™” light, with a wavelength at 222 nm (nanometers), a form of Far-UV light that has a very short range in biological material but it can penetrate and kill viruses floating in the air, on surfaces, in liquids, etc., including COVID-19, disrupting its DNA structure and amino acids, killing it.
He hopes for FDA approval and funding for mass production of these Far-UV lights that can save millions of lives and end the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic, as well as annihilate future epidemics in their infancy.