Ultraviolet disinfection refers to the use of ultraviolet radiation to irradiate bacteria, thereby destroying and changing the DNA structure of the bacteria, thereby eliminating the bacteria or failing to reproduce, achieving sterilization effects. Because ultraviolet radiation only radiates along a straight line, ultraviolet radiation is shielded by obstacles, resulting in ineffective disinfection and sterilization of areas that cannot be reached.
It is recommended to disinfect for 30-40 minutes, and ventilate for 15-30 minutes after disinfection.
Ozone disinfection refers to the ability of ozone to oxidize and decompose the glucose oxidase of bacteria, oxidize and penetrate their cell walls, destroy their organelles and ribonucleic acids, decompose macromolecular polymers such as DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, and polysaccharides, resulting in the destruction of the bacterial metabolism and reproduction process, thereby achieving sterilization effects. As ozone is a gas, it can easily cross obstacles and spread throughout the entire disinfection environment, Sterilization is more thorough than ultraviolet radiation, with almost no dead ends.
The recommended disinfection duration is 30-40 minutes. Due to the strong odor residue after ozone disinfection, it is recommended to ventilate for 30-60 minutes after disinfection.