UV light sanitizer wand UVC Sterilizer Ultraviolet Germicidal Lamp

UV light sanitizer wand UVC Sterilizer Ultraviolet Germicidal Lamp

Regular price $39.00 Sale

Product description:

It adopts touch switch, uv light bead, rapid sterilization, 99% virus can kill with fixed bracket, can be stepless adjustable light, good reliability, stable performance, high brightness, long life, easy installation, can also apply handheld sterilization cabinets, wardrobe, sink ark, desk, furniture, kitchen, bathroom and other fixed 

Disinfection Parameter:
Material:PC& Aluminum tube 
Size: L 300 x W20 mm
Weight: 150g
Color: Five colors for your option. White, green, black, grey and rose gold color
Charging: Red indicator light on, (charging time: 1-2 hours), Blue indicator light on, charging completed
Working voltage: 5V 
Power: 2W 
Battery capacity:600mah 
Life time: 60 minutes 


A germicidal lamp is a special type of lamp which produces ultraviolet C (UVC) light.[1][2] This short-wave ultraviolet light disrupts DNA base pairing causing formation of pyrimidine dimers and leads to the inactivation of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa. It can also be used to produce ozone for water disinfection.

What is Germicidal Ultraviolet (UV-C)?

Ultraviolet is part of the light spectrum, along with cosmic rays, gamma rays, x-rays, visible light, infrared and radio waves. It is the part of the spectrum that we focus on for ultraviolet water purification and air and surface disinfection.

Ultraviolet is classified into three wavelength ranges. The first is UV-C, which ranges from 100 nanometers (nm) to 280 nm. Next is UV-B, which ranges from 280 nm to 315 nm. Last is UV-A, ranging from 315 nm to 400 nm. Our products use Germicidal Ultraviolet (UV-C) wavelengths.

Germicidal UV-C light deactivates the DNA of bacteria, virus, and other pathogens and thus destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease. Specifically, UV-C light causes damage to the nucleic acid of microorganisms by forming covalent bonds between certain adjacent bases in the DNA. The formation of such bonds prevents the DNA from being unzipped for replication, and the organism is unable to reproduce. In fact, when the organism tries to replicate, it dies.