UV Shoe Sterilizer (Shoetech)
Research has found that shoes can be a carrier for microbes like viruses
and bacteria, and it's most likely that these germs will be on the outside
of your shoes. While your shoes aren't likely to spread illness, it's
important to always disinfect them to ensure a safe & healthy
Ultraviolet disinfection technology uses UV light to target and disable disease causing microorganisms
(pathogens). Over 100 years ago, scientists discovered that if you exposed pathogens to UV light, their
reproduction was limited. The UV light used, resides th the UVC range of the light spectrum. Specically, they
When pathogens are exposed to UV light, their cells become damaged and this damage inhibits
reproduction. The UV lights, produced by a special lamp damages the cell's DNA and RNA and once
damaged, they are unable to replicate. This physical process renders them harmless. The amount of
damage is a result of the intensity of the UVC output multiplied by the time the body is exposed to the light.
The applied dosasge is commonly referred to as microwatts and is often expressed as mJ/cm2.
Microbes, especially COVID-19 congregate on the surface of any
objects. Shoes are particularly a dominant carrier of this deadly viruses
on the outside and skin infecting bacteria inside. When it comes to
decreasing the spread of germs in your house or work place from your
shoes, it is recommended to sterilize your footwear by using UVC
ShoeTech Sterilizer, which uses the Ultraviolet disinfection technology
to disable disease causing microorganisms (pathogens).