Tiffany Scott Extensions
UVC Light Sanitizing Wand
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AVAILABLE TO ALL PEOPLE, IN ALL INDUSTRIES TO PROVIDE THE SAFEST WORK ENVIRONMENTS POSSIBLE!
Sanitize in seconds in between clients! The large size of this UVC light covers a lot of area in one swipe. It will cut down time spent sanitizing and set-up in between clients.
This product can sanitize almost anything! All industries can benefit from using this product!
Portable and wireless! Charges with a standard USB cord (included)!
These type of lights are used by healthcare professionals and in hospitals/clinics to sanitize all surfaces and prepare surgery rooms.
EPA-approved to safely and effectively sanitize most surfaces.
**DISCLAIMER: Avoid direct eye and skin contact with light**
- Weight of light itself = 0.4 lbs (very lightweight!)
Light dimensions = 13.5" L X 1" W
HOW DOES UVC WORK?
UVC wavelengths (200 to 280 nm) are readily absorbed by DNA and RNA of microorganisms (viruses). When absorbed, UVC damages the structure of the DNA by forming thymine dimers, which prevent the microorganism from replicating. In simpler terms, microorganisms replicate by copying their DNA, and UVC damage to the DNA makes it so the microorganism can no longer replicate, nor perform vital cellular functions. The magnitude of reduction of microorganisms is directly related to their resistance to UVC and the quantity of UVC energy delivered.
HISTORY OF UVC?
The first documented application of UV for the purpose of disinfection was a 1910 prototype drinking water plant in Marseille, France. Since that time, effective use of ultraviolet energy for reduction of microorganisms has spread to a wide variety of applications including drinking and wastewater, indoor air quality, food safety, horticulture, healthcare and consumer products. The list of current applications is far too long to fully list here, so the simplest summation is that UV-C technology is now widely used to effect reduction of bacteria, viruses, molds and other pathogens in air and liquids and on surfaces.
HOW TO USE WAND:
- Hold wand 6 inches above surface to be sanitized
- Hold down sensor for 2-3 seconds and hold wand parallel to surface
- Slowly pass over an object/surface ~3 times. Surface will be completely sanitized within 15-20 seconds.
- Auto shut-off once not in use to save battery life
- Wand will not turn on unless you are holding the lights face down, it will also automatically shut-off if lights are facing up, totally safe!!!
- Takes 2.5 hours to fully charge via standard USB cord (included)
BENEFITS OF USING WAND:
- Safe for the environment and green! It is chemical-free so you are not going to be breathing in and harsh chemicals/toxins, or waste paper towels for traditional clean-up! Plus, disinfectant and paper towels is a scarce source at the moment.
- Harsh disinfectants can also ruin and strip off pigment/finish on hair tools.
- UVC started with air and water purification, food and beverage protection, and sterilization of sensitive tools, such as medical instruments. Germicidal light destroys the ability of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens to multiply by deactivating their reproductive capabilities. The average bacteria may be killed in 10 seconds at a distance of 6 inches from the lamp.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
- Q: Do germicidal lamps kill viruses?
Yes. Germicidal UVC lamps kill up to 99.9% of most viruses. It also kills airborne bacteria and mold spores.
- Q: Will germicidal UV take care of mold?
Yes. UVC lamps will kill up to 99.9% of mold and help prevent future mold growth.
- Q: How often should UVC lamps be cleaned?
Depending on your environment, clean once a month, with a dry with a small amount of alcohol to remove debris and sanitize all areas of the wand other than the lamps. This will prolong the life of your wand.
- Q: How hot do the lamps get?
Germicidal UVC lamps do not produce heat.
- Q: To be effective, how close to the surface do the lamps need to be?
Hold 6” above surface and 15 seconds slowly passing over the surface 3X
- Q: How do germicidal lamps kill bacteria/viruses?
UVC is a germicidal wavelength - making the organisms sterile, not able to reproduce/grow. When organisms can no longer reproduce, they die.
- Q: What effects does UV light have on surrounding materials?
Plants can be effected or damaged if it comes into direct contact or reflected UVC rays. Avoid direct contact with eyes and skin.
- Q: Can I use UVC wand in my home? Is it pet and child safe?
Yes. UVC has been safely used in residential homes, as well as in hospitals, laboratories, clean rooms, doctors offices, commercial buildings, food processing plants and other commercial environments throughout the world.
Depending on the surrounding environment, UVC lamps should be checked periodically (approximately every three months), and can be cleaned with a dry cotton cloth or paper towel. Wear rubber gloves and clean with isopropyl alcohol only. This will also help maximize the lamp's disinfecting power.