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By Published On: August 15, 2023
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Far-UVC 222nm light provides a “hands-off” solution to reduce airborne disease transmission. This technology is a timely solution, particularly as countries worldwide struggle to contain the current pandemic. Far-UVC 222nm light technology is proving to be effective against airborne viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, making it a promising solution to the ongoing crisis.

The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists threshold limit values for skin have provided guidelines for continuous exposure to Far-UVC 222nm lamps. These guidelines make the technology safer for human exposure while remaining effective for surface and airborne pathogen inactivation. The recommendations are making Far-UVC simple to install and operate while increasingly showing its effectiveness.

With growing demand from the health sector, the Far-UVC 222nm technology is anticipated to be utilized extensively. Its use becomes even more pivotal in industries where hygiene is of utmost importance. The technology will be significant in controlling diseases that spread through air transmission, in the absence of human intervention, thus not interfering with the operations’ control settings, making it a reliable and sustainable technology for airborne disease control.

In conclusion, the Far-UVC 222nm light technology offers an opportunity to control the spread of airborne diseases, which can be fatal to animals or damage production activities. The promise of this “hands-off” technology to reduce airborne diseases’ transmission is foreseeable, and more studies are ongoing to supplement the current evidence of its effectiveness. The technology’s application in hygienic-focused industries will ensure that the best possible strategies are put in place to prevent the spread of airborne diseases.

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