Discover UV sterilizing technology. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is widely used to sterilize water, air and surgical materials.

UV radiation is subdivided into UV-A (wavelength 315-400 nm), UV-B (280-315 nm), and UV-C (40-280 nm).UV-C is the most energetic portion of ultraviolet radiation; it can cause electronic excitation leading to the breaking of chemical bonds and the formation of unpaired electron species, known as radicals, that are highly reactive and can damage DNA and cell replication deactivating all kinds of microorganisms from viruses to fungi.