UV Explained 2017-06-23T07:00:52+00:00

What makes our UV sterilizer superior?

not all UV sterilizers work equally

What is ultraviolet?

UV-A, UV-B, UV-C are all part of the ultraviolet light
spectrum naturally occurring from the sun.
Ultriviolet light in the C spectrum is energy-rich
with a wavelength of 200-400 nanometres (nm).
UV-C can destroy more than 99.99% of bacteria
within seconds, without addition of chemicals.

How does it work?

The UV wavelength can create deadly effect on
bacteria by altering the chromosome and blocks
cell division and as result reproduction will be
interrupted and also lead to cell death.

Is UV disinfection reliable?

UV-C germicidal properties is very effective and it is
used widely in medical, pharmaceutical fields and
water treatment, makes it a trusted disinfectant.

Is it safe for home use?

  • environment-friendly disinfection  without chemicals. Is it safe for home use?
  • environment-friendly disinfection  without chemicals.
  • Consumes only 4W of energy
  • Made in Italy by Osram. low mercury content & ozone-free.
  • Auto UV shut off mechanical system when opening.
  • Unlike UVA and UVB, UVC is not known to cause cancer or shows evidence of any eye malignant effects, for best
    precaution, excessive exposure should always be avoided.

The big question

We all know UVC does great job on surface disinfect,
but it is known not to pass through glass, plastic, stainless steel, and many materials,
now tell me how does this unit work to disinfect my objects that are not flat surface?

Short answer is our patent-pending combination technologies of the following

DUAL UVC BULBS

dual UVC double the power

DUAL VENTAILIATION DRYING

Strong drying system that with disinfection power

HIGH REFLECTIVE INTERIOR

Helps delivery the UV light where it needs to be

see our proven result below

Actual testing placement

Typical testing setup

One bottle with one nipple
Bacteria swapped on the exterior of the nipple.

VS

Wabi Baby testing setup

9 bottls with 9 nipples placed as shown
Bacteria swapped on both interior and exterior of the objects