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The UVC LED market outlook is promising; moreover, it is a valuable source that provides insightful data for business strategists. It provides an overview of industries, with growth analysis and revenue, historical & futuristic cost, demand, and supply data (as applicable).
The research analysts provide an elaborative description of the future roadmaps, value chain, and distributor analysis. The report provides the market structure which was there before and after the pandemic. This helps in analyzing the growth and impact which has occurred in the market.
The market of UVC LED is expected to witness a CAGR of 21%, by 2027, as per the forecast by the Market Intelligence Data. The Global UVC LED Market Report ranges between the years 2021 to 2027. The overview of the industry is provided by the study, which includes significant drivers and risk factors. The study is divided into leading worldwide manufacturers, with sales, revenue, and prices included where appropriate. It also addresses the competitive landscape of major companies.
Smartphones are now a part of the protection that illuminates 98% of bacteria and viruses present on surfaces through the novel UVC light it generates.
The UVC Labs Wave is a slim, compact, rechargeable lamp that emits safe ultraviolet light, making it sanitize a surface within the illumination of 15 to 30 seconds. This is low maintenance with a long battery span, once charged fully up to 100 uses, including a charging time of just 30 minutes. This sanitization of 98% germs has been proved by the laboratory in San Francisco, CA, USA.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is conducting an assessment of a new technology that employs Ultraviolet-C (UV-C) light to sanitize airport checkpoint bins. Since COVID-19, the agency has been making consistent efforts to work out ways that can prevent the spread of the virus and other harmful pathogens, and assessment of this UVC-C based technology is a crucial attempt in that direction. The assessment process will be first carried out at two checkpoints of the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.Read More
LRC as a part of its National Lighting Product Information Program (NLPIP) has issued a comprehensive report on Germicidal Ultraviolet Technology. This report covers everything, from basic to most advanced information on the subject.Read More
Following the successful application of upper-room UV disinfection systems in hospitals, educational institutions are joining the bandwagon to adopt the same technology to create a disease-free learning environment.
Retail stores and other businesses around the US are preparing to reopen amidst the coronavirus pandemic by using Ultraviolet light-based sanitization technology to ensure better overall safety for their customers as well as their staff. One such name is The Colorado Running Company, which has found an innovative solution to its shelve-restocking problem during the current situation.
Lewisville Elementary School becomes one of the first schools in the US to adopt UV light-based technology to fight Covid-19. Based in Chester County, it will use Germicidal Ultraviolet (GUV) sanitizers within school premises to ensure germ-free surroundings and safer access to education for its students.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has installed seven UVC light-based sanitizers on some of its pre-security check escalators in a bid to strengthen its existing efforts towards the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.Read More
When it comes to keeping our surroundings clean, we all are very cautious about the surfaces, however, air disinfection is generally overlooked. With offices, schools, restaurants and commercial activities gradually opening up, there’s a higher possibility of disease-causing pathogens getting transmitted from the air in such closed environments.Read More
"It has been known for 100 years that UV light is incredibly efficient in killing bacteria," were the exact words of Dr. David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University while he was speaking with ABC7 New York, regarding the pilot project undertaken by New York City Transit for using Ultraviolet Technology to kill Covid-19 on surfaces.Read More
Colors are one of the most beautiful creations of God, which no one can deny. Can we imagine, if there were no colors on this planet, then would we ever be able to find everything as interesting as we see it today? There was a time when movies were released in black and white print, but can we adapt that system again? No, right? This is so because we all like the beauty of colors.
Technologies have evolved for a long time, and there is always something new that pops up in technology. It does matter which domain is being covered by science, but every sector is enhanced. Ironically, what we used to be scared of the most today is trending and has become the essential element for our protection. Ultraviolet rays, which are supposed to be harmful, are used to kill pathogens present in the environment.
While there are various techniques for sterilization, UV sterilizing is a type of sterilization that is both compelling and productive, especially with regards to the disinfection of germs and microbes like parasites, infections, and microscopic organisms.
UV sterilization devices can sterilize better than customary cleaning strategies and forestall the spread of irresistible sickness more productively.
The safety of food has always been a matter of priority for everyone. It is one thing that needs to be dealt complete care and concern. There are organizations too which are made to keep a check on the safety of food and management. In regard to this, Ultraviolet light disinfection is a well-established technology for treating air, surfaces and water. In the past decade, UV technology has found more applications in the food production chain because it is an economical, practical, and versatile dry processing method that improves food safety and preserves quality parameters.
222 nm far UVC has been trending in the US market since the time it has been launched. It is always discerned that anything launched in the market only survives if they are catering to those benefits that the public needs. Any product needs to build trust amongst its customers so that it can thrive in the market. Moreover, at this time of the pandemic, when people are always trying to cushion themselves from any infection, 222 nm safe disinfection technology adds to the beneficiaries of the public.
It is often quoted, "Change is the only constant," but we don't want to accept these changes even if they are for our goodwill. This is because we have adapted to what we have been going through and don't want sometimes to manage the change. But the COVID-19 pandemic has made us all realize that change is essential for our betterment. Have we ever thought that we all will be wearing masks every time we go out? No! But we are wearing the same to protect ourselves. Therefore, keeping in mind the wellbeing of the people, Axenic-UV has also taken the initiative, where they launched disinfection products, which are going to help in dealing with the pandemic by killing the bacteria present in the environment.Read More
UVC refers to ultraviolet radiation with frequencies ranging between 200 to 290 nm. UVC radiation is a disinfectant for air, water, and impenetrable and nonporous surfaces. UVC radiation has viably been utilized for quite a long time to decrease the spread of microbes, like tuberculosis.
Ultraviolet rays have not been a new matter of discussion and have been known for long. But now, in the present era, the benefits of these rays and how they help kill infections have become the core matter of discussion. If we have to go with a basic definition of UVC, then it is the component of the electromagnetic spectrum, which falls between the region of light and X-Rays.Read More
When people think about ultraviolet rays, the first thing that probably comes to their mind is the sun, followed by ‘sunbeds’, ‘harmful’, ‘radiation’, ‘UV rays’, etc. In the recent past, due to the current pandemic, another aspect of UV light has come to the forefront – its ability to disinfect surface, air, and water of harmful pathogens.
Acquired infections are a significant and increasing problem in today’s world, where each year millions of people are infected due to infections acquired at hospitals, at work, at schools, at supermarkets, or at other such crowded places. This makes development in the area of disinfection the need of the hour.Read More
Ever wondered why the children who play out in the Sun are less susceptible to catching diseases than the ones who remain indoors? Ever pondered why hospital rooms often let a huge amount of sunlight in? Ever paid attention to why our grandparents would spend hours sitting in the Sun and advise us to do likewise?
The statistics related to COVID-19 are changing with the blink of an eye. The fear for this illness is certainly leading to chaos and misinformation being spread along with the illness. The later can be more dangerous than the former. To combat both the spread of the virus and the worry, thus arising, we need strong preventive measures to combat the virus from entering our immediate surroundings.