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Zeiva Pro UV products have undergone a number of tests, which confirm its efficacy in destroying harmful microorganisms, virus & bacteria.

Air-purifiers, while they help reduce indoor pollution are of practically no use against eliminating virus and bacteria. Manual disinfection using strong chemicals and bleaches, is ultimately harmful to the very people its trying to protect. It is also not easy or affordable to manually clean rooms as frequently as mandated for protection against . This is where UV comes in.

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Changing the Way India Beats the ‘Viral Load’
of Viruses?

The science couldn't be simpler. The more pathogens in our environment, the more likely are we to catch an infection and fall sick. Unfortunately, the highly contagious nature of the virus and bacteria makes it dangerous even at ‘lower loads’. Infected cough or sneeze droplets, landing on any surface can effectively contaminate it for the next person, greatly increasing the risk of him/her catching the infection.

Virus & Bacteria can spread through air.

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How it Works?

Unlike chemical approaches to surface disinfection, UV provides rapid, effective inactivation of microorganisms through a physical process. When bacteria, viruses and protozoa are exposed to the germicidal wavelengths of UV light, they are rendered incapable of reproducing and infecting.

UV light has demonstrated efficacy against pathogenic organisms, including those responsible for cholera, polio, typhoid, hepatitis and other bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases. In addition, UV light (either alone or in conjunction with hydrogen peroxide) can destroy chemical contaminants such as pesticides, industrial solvents, and pharmaceuticals through a process called UV-oxidation.

How does UV-C destroy germs?

UV-C rays have the shortest wavelength (between 200 and 280 nano meters) and have been found to be highly effective at decontamination because it destroys the molecular bonds that hold together the DNA of viruses and bacteria, including “super-bugs”, which have developed a stronger resistance to antibiotics. The high energy from short wavelength UV-C (also known as UVGI) light is absorbed in the cellular RNA and DNA, damaging nucleic acids and preventing microorganisms from infecting and reproducing.

ZeivaPro-Brochure revised 27 july.cdr
ZeivaPro-Brochure revised 27 july.cdr

What is UVGI?

Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet light that kills or inactivates 99% of microorganisms in an extremely short amount of time. UVGI is strongly absorbed by RNA & DNA bases leading to molecular structural damage via a photodimerization process. This results in virus inactivation,such that they are no longer able to replicate.

Is the Technology Proven?

With the right conditions & proper usage, UV lights can be very effective at killing viruses, mold, and bacteria. The technology has been around for 40 years and is widely used in hospitals, pharmaceutical labs & other high risk facilities. with ZeivaPro, we have innovated and brought this technology to your doorstep so that you can keep your homes & offices disinfected and well-sanitized.

ZeivaPro-Brochure revised 27 july.cdr
ZeivaPro-Brochure revised 27 july.cdr

Is UV-C Safe for humans?

UV-C light doesn’t discriminate when it comes to genetic material, though and can be harmful for human skin & eye cells. However, ZeivaPro devices have a range of safety features and can be operated remotely, making it a safe and effective solution in our battle against the various types of virus and bacteria. UV-C does not pass through Glass, Plastics, cloth and other transparent materials.

How can UVC Help?

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