The Germ Guardian UV-C room air sanitizer kills, as simple as that ... but only the airborne germs. With ultraviolet germicidal irradiation technology which uses naturally occurring UV light, this room air sanitizer manages to kill 99.9% of airborne germs without the use of chemicals, according to tests performed by the Harvard School of Public Health and independent third-party laboratory testing. The UV-C light is the same technology hospitals use to sanitize. UV-C penetrates the outer structure of the cell and alters the DNA molecule, preventing replication and causing cell death. The sanitizer gets rid off Influenza-A, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Tuberculosis and others, in addition to eliminating odors from smoke, cooking, mildew and pets. It also destroys airborne mold spores and other allergens. The special UV-C bulb that Germ Guardian room air sanitizers use, does not produce ozone. Available in six colors to fit your decor, these air sanitizers cost $200, while replacement bulbs are available for $30.
Posted in Air Purifiers at January 3, 2008 1:45 AM
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