Master the use skills of ultraviolet disinfection lamps

After purchasing the UV disinfection lamp, how do we use it scientifically, effectively and safely? Pay attention to the location and use environment, and pay attention to the length of use.

First, ultraviolet rays have weak penetration in the air and low long-distance sterilization ability. Therefore, they should be placed in the main sterilization position during use, such as the middle of the room.

Second, pay attention to the influence of the use environment on the sterilization effect when using it. Under normal circumstances, the output intensity of ultraviolet rays is the highest at room temperature around 25°C, and the sterilization effect is the best. The use time is between 5-30 minutes. Too long may damage some furniture objects.

When using it at home, try to seal the doors and windows, draw the curtains, and turn off the lights to ensure that the room is in a darker condition, which is more conducive to the sterilization effect of ultraviolet rays. Increasing the contact area, such as spreading the quilt, is also conducive to UV disinfection.

Third, if you choose a product with ozone function, remember to open the window for 30-60 minutes after use, until no pungent odor can be smelled, because too high concentration of ozone can cause dizziness, nausea, etc. Symptoms, long-term use can even cause respiratory tract lesions.

In general, according to the "Diagnosis and Treatment Plan", the ultraviolet disinfection lamp can indeed disinfect and sterilize to a certain extent. Although it has limited use compared with disinfectants such as alcohol, its disinfection and sterilization efficiency is higher. At present, alcohol is in short supply. Under the circumstances, the use of ultraviolet disinfection lamps at home may not be a better alternative.

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