How to Quickly Sanitize Surfaces From COVID-19 Virus Using a UV-C Handheld Sterilizer

How to Quickly Sanitize Surfaces From COVID-19 Virus Using a UV-C Handheld Sterilizer

Don’t you wish you could wave a magic wand and make Coronavirus go away?

While the Clear Raze UV-C sterilizing wand cannot turn back the clock to pre-COVID-19, it does a great job killing nasty virus particles and makes your home, office or lab a safer place to be.

Both Penn Medicine and our very own local University of Maryland have published excellent overviews on how to clean and disinfect the home or office.

These are very good, quick reads and help explain the difference between “cleaning a room and disinfecting a room.”

There are advantages and disadvantages to each method of disinfection.

How does the Clear Raze destroy SARS-CoV-2 Virus?

Similar to UV rays produced by the sun which are known to damage the skin, the Clear Raze generates UV-C rays which damage the genetic material inside bacteria and viruses so they cannot replicate or reproduce.

What are the advantages to using UV-C instead of sterilizing wipes to disinfect from Coronavirus

To be an effective sterilizing agent, a cotton wipe must be soaked in a concentration of 70% IPA (isopropyl alcohol). If the alcohol content is lower or higher than 70%, the wipes will not be effective.

As with hand-sanitizers, there are bad actors selling falsely labeled products that do not meet the minimum requirements.

You need to know the brand and its reputation to trust it is doing the job.

Also, disposables like cotton wipes are costly and need to be replenished regularly.

Unlike liquid based disinfectants which should be left to sit on surfaces for up to ten minutes, the Clear Raze UV sterilizing wand kills 99.9% of SARS-CoV-2 virus (and plenty of other baddies) after just ten seconds of exposure.

The Clear Raze UV sterilizer bulb has an expected lifespan of close to 8000 hours. It will more than pay for itself over the lifetime of the device.

Safety Comes First

Safety is the major concern when using a UV sterilizer. Alcohol wipes do not cause cell mutation or retina damage like UV-C light can.

Proper training, protective gear and technique are necessary for safe use of the Clear Raze UV sterilizer.

Included with every Clear Raze UV sterilizer is a pair of UV safe polycarbonate safety googles.

The Clear Raze UV sterilizer sports a wrist strap to help maintain control so that the UV light is always focused on the surface to be sterilized and away from people. 

Watch this short video to see all the safety features built into the Clear Raze UV sterilizer and observe the proper technique for safe usage.

The Clear Raze UV-C sterilizing wand can be used to disinfect a variety of surfaces and objects.

Reduce the transmission of Coronavirus in your laboratory, home or office with the Clear Raze UV-C sterilizer from Stellar Scientific.