Ultraviolet light in the proper wavelengths destroys pathogens like bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Sterile- BrightTM technology uses a unique combination of germicidal wavelengths in conjunction with ozone generation to provide a holistic, comprehensive and reliable sanitizing process. Although UV sanitizing has been well-established for more than 100 years, actual practices (protocols) for using UV for large areas and multiple surfaces is relatively new and often misunderstood. For example, some potential users are concerned about possible adverse effects upon people, pets, plants, and materials. These common questions and concerns will be addressed to provide an understanding of how and why Sterile-BrightTM technology works safely and more effectively than other UV products.
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Titanium and Ultra-Tech Lighting with its Sterile-Bright™ technology provide the ideal platform for UV-C light and ozone sterilization. Titanium is a distributed cloud-based internet of things (IoT) platform with multi-location, multi-region capabilities. It is a complete, end-to-end platform for monitoring, control, analytics, and savings. Titanium is interoperable and strategically scalable for enterprise solutions.
The use of ozone and/or UV should only be used to disinfect areas under the supervision of professionals and only in areas when no one is around. Inhaling ozone can be dangerous and fatal. Ozone should never be used as treatments for humans to inhale, drink or get injected either by IV or IM protocols. These are not approved medical protocols and can be lethal.
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Apr 17, 2020 · Ozone has been shown in multiple studies to be highly effective against the SARS coronavirus, which is closely related to the
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