Ultraviolet light provides healthy air with a low total microbial count, which improves storage conditions for hygiene products in the pharmaceutical and food processing industries. Airborne microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, yeast, fungi, etc., can contaminate raw materials and food. Due to the ultra-strong bactericidal effect of ultraviolet short wave, it can reduce the content of microorganisms in the air. Once the SNA in the microorganism receives ultraviolet short-wave radiation, its structure will be damaged and inactive, thus being killed. In the process of processing-packaging-storage, the received air can be sterilized when it passes through the inlet of the air duct, so that the total number of bacteria contained in the air for a long time is low. At this time, only UV lamps that do not produce ozone can be used; this UV germicidal lamp uses special quartz glass to filter out odors.
Ultraviolet light (UV) curing uses the photosensitivity of photoinitiators (photosensitizers) to form excited ecological molecules under ultraviolet light irradiation, which are decomposed into free radicals or ions, so that the unsaturated organic matter undergoes chemical reactions such as polymerization, grafting, and cross-linking to achieve the purpose of curing.
Process water: Industrial production requires clean, sterilized water for a variety of purposes, such as in food and beverage production, as well as in rinsing and cleaning processes and production processes in the cosmetic, chemical and automotive industries, where water is required Recycle and reuse.
Drinking water: A hygienic and safe drinking water supply is an important factor in ensuring health and preventing disease. UV germicidal lamps can sterilize drinking water without the use of chemicals and have no effect on the taste, smell or pH of the water.
Ultraviolet germicidal lamps, which produce ozone, can be used to remove odors. Most of these odors are generated from commercial kitchen exhaust and food workshops that can produce strong irritating odors, such as fish shop exhaust pipes, food processing industries, sewage treatment equipment, etc. If the odor of these irritating gases spreads to nearby residential areas, gas pollution will occur. In some countries, such as Sweden, laws are in place to control the emission and treatment of exhaust gases to reduce gas pollution from restaurants. Treating exhaust gas with UV light is an easy way to prevent gas pollution problems, meet official legal requirements, and cost less.
UV germicidal lamps In the field of chemical synthesis, photochemical processes are particularly suitable for allowing reactions to be carried out quickly and selectively. By choosing different lamps or using filtering techniques, it is possible not only to limit the spectral range, but also to selectively perform chemical reactions. Synthetic photochemistry can be carried out not only in batch reactors or once-through reactors, but also in large-scale or small-scale reactions. In contrast to thermal processes, light-induced reactions can be carried out at room temperature, whereby even unstable sensitive substances can be processed. Risk and scrap rates are minimized. The use of microscopic photoreactors not only achieves the desired reaction process, but also enables the processing of important (eg explosion hazard) substances.