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Earth is home to man, but ironically, man is the greatest culprit in causing irreparable damage to the environment, far more than any natural disaster over the years. Even though current technologies and inventions are raising standards of living and increasing comfort and convenience for us, it is at the cost of polluting the natural environment. The simplest example of such polluted resources is - our air

Our Patented Photolysis Sterilization Deodorizer System can help you to have a very clean Indoor Air Quality.

We use difference length-wave of UV in our Photolysis Sterilization Deodorizer System to eliminate odor, smell, etc... and to kill all types of bacteria in the air. In the mean time, no ozone generate.

What is germicidal ultraviolet?

UV-C light is germicidal – i.e., it deactivates the DNA of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens and thus destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease. Specifically, UV-C light causes damage to the nucleic acid of microorganisms by forming covalent bonds between certain adjacent bases in the DNA. The formation of such bonds prevent the DNA from being unzipped for replication, and the organism is unable to reproduce. In fact, when the organism tries to replicate, it dies.


 updated  2016-10-6

UVC (Germicidal Ultra Violet)

DNA is a molecule present in all living organisms which specifies the genetic code used in the development.

A DNA molecule is large and holds itself together with simple bonds which are subject to alteration and damage under certain types of radiation.

Replication occurs by the splitting of the DNA molecule, which duplicates itself through a transformation of its structure.

Parts of the DNA molecule have been given names such as Pyrimidine base, Cytosine, Thymine or Uracil that form a group of biochemicals that sustains life.


updated  2016-10-6

How do ultraviolet purifiers work?

Actinochemistry’s purifier units contain one or more germicidal ultraviolet lamps. The germicidal lamps produced by Actinochemistry are short wave low pressure mercury vapor tubes that produce ultraviolet wavelengths that are lethal to microorganisms. Approximately 95% of the ultraviolet energy emitted is at the mercury resonance line. This wavelength is in the region of maximum germicidal effectiveness and is highly lethal to virus, bacteria and mold spores. Therefore, the water or air that passes through the chamber is exposed to the germicidal uv light and the genetic material of the microorganism is deactivated, which preventing them from reproduction and rendering them harmless.


updated  2016-10-6