What is Ultraviolet (UV-C) Light? - Hossley Lighting Associates

What is Ultraviolet (UV-C) Light?

XtraLight, based in Houston, Texas, explains to us that ultraviolet are the wavelengths outside of the visible light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum ranging from 100nm-400nm. UV-A and UV-B light is naturally occurring, and is emitted from the sun, but UV-C gets absorbed in the Ozone layer of earth’s atmosphere.

Within the range of Ultraviolet light from 200 to 300 nanometers, exists a range of UV that is medically categorized as germicidal, giving any light in this range the ability to disable or kill bacteria, viruses, and protozoa, including the COVID-19 coronavirus. Additionally, this technology is commonly used in water sterilization, medical facilities, and HVAC ducting at low power. It is environmentally friendly and chemical free.

XtraLight is now offering UV-C _ an ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION SYSTEM!

  • Kills pathogens, bacteria, and viruses
  • Chemical free with no by-products
  • Highly effective against dangerous viruses including COVID-19, Salmonella, E-Coli, Polio, Strep, and Rotaviruses

For additional information on this amazing product, visit XtraLight’s UV-C.