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Germicidal UV Light Lamp

Handheld UV Light Wand

CHI Life UV Light Lamp

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Features

  • Open mode for complete UV light saturation.
  • 20-30- second delay for people to  leave the room as a safety feature
  • Closed mode for less UV light saturation or when  people are nearby
  • Built-in fans for air ventilation
  • Two germicidal UV-C light bulbs
  • Concealed handle for easy movement
  • Energy efficient design. 3 pre-set timers make it easy to sanitize

What It Does

​The UV C Light works to kill 99.9% of germs. It has 3 pre-set timers that are customized based on the size of the space.

Space 215 sq.ft. 215-430 sq.ft. 430-645 sq.ft.
Time 30 min 1 hour 2 hours

CHI Life Handheld UV Light Wand

The CHI Life Handheld UV Light Wand uses UV-C light bulbs to reduce or eliminate microorganisms on any given inanimate surface.

Features

  • Kills 99.9% of germs within 1 minute
  • Equipped with latest technology
  • UV LED technology
  • 3 UV Led Lights
  • Lightweight, portable compact design
  • Comes with drawstring travel bag

What It Does

The UV-C Light works to kill 99.9% of germs in one minute.

What Is UV Light?

Ultraviolet (UV) is a form of light that is invisible to the human eye. It is part of the electromagnetic spectrum and includes wavelengths from 10 – 400 nanometers.

The UV spectrum is just outside the visible light spectrum, meaning you wont be able to see the ultraviolet light because its wavelengths are shorter than visible light.

How does UV-C Work?

UV-C provides a rapid, inactivation of micro-organisms through physical process. When germs are exposed to the germicidal wavelengths of UV-C light, they are rendered incapable of reproducing and infecting.

 

The biggest advantage of UV-C light, is that it can get rid of up to 99.9% of germs.

 

Please use caution when a UV-C product is in use. Avoid direct eye and skin contact. The ultraviolet wavelengths can penetrate skin and eyes, potentially causing burns as a result of over-exposure

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