COVID-19 is caused by a virus that can settle on surfaces. When people touch these surfaces and then touch their nose, mouth, or eyes, they can become infected. Handwashing or using hand sanitizer regularly is the most effective approach to avoid infection from surfaces. For essential cleaning and disinfection standards, always follow standard procedures and necessary guidelines specific to your type of facility. To decrease the danger of infection among patients and medical personnel, healthcare institutions should prioritize hygiene.
Contrary to popular belief, even in everyday life, infection risks are escalating rather than reducing. Who can tell the difference between cleanliness and hygiene, after all? The expanding number of people who are prone to infections worsens the problem. If you wish to fight infectious diseases in a cost-effective and logical way, you have to switch to UVC disinfection technology compared to the traditional methods.
The advantages of UVC disinfection approach
UVC light aids in the disinfection of hospitals, laboratories, and other surfaces as it kills most pathogenic bacteria and viruses in a fraction of time when compared to other methods. This method of disinfection is used to keep hospital rooms clean.
It destroys around 99.9% of pathogens. Cryptosporidium and giardia are chlorine-resistant pathogens that can be treated using UVC radiation. UVC light disinfection holds advantages over other techniques like rinsing, scrubbing, and sterilizing since it does not leave moisture or residue behind.
UV disinfection has a higher operational reliability than chemicals and it also has low maintenance cost, low operational costs and is easy to use.
Hence, UVC disinfection solutions can be a reliable alternative for developing healthy spaces in a hospital, surgical centre, dispensary, dental clinic or other medical facilities. Common rooms, restrooms, high-touch areas, emergency service vehicles, and medical equipment can all be treated as required with VIOlight UVC disinfection solutions.