Using Method Of UV Disinfection Robot
We live in a world where bacteria and viruses are everywhere -- the air we breathe, the surfaces we touch closely, the clothes we wear, the phones we use, and the drinking water we drink -- and they can take a toll on our health. As regular sterilization of bacteria and viruses becomes the new normal, ultraviolet disinfection robots have emerged. So do you know how to use UV to disinfect the robot?
Using a UV disinfection robot requires cleaning the environment
When using UV disinfection, the robot should be in the indoor unaccompanied state, and the doors and windows should be closed. The irradiation time is ≥30min each time, and the timing should be 5~7 minutes from turning on the light. The room should be kept clean and dry to reduce dust and water mist. When the indoor temperature is lower than 20℃ or higher than 40℃, and the relative humidity is greater than 60%, the exposure time should be appropriately extended.
Using a UV disinfection robot requires cleaning the lamp tube
Due to the poor penetration ability of the sterilization robot, even dust can also block the ultraviolet ray through and affect its sterilization effect. Therefore, in the process of use should keep the surface of the ultraviolet lamp clean, wipe the lamp with alcohol once a week, (the concentration of alcohol chosen 75% or 95% can be easy to use in the work). Dust and oil stains on the surface of the lamp should be wiped clean at any time.
Using a UV disinfection robot requires safety
Ultraviolet radiation will cause burns to human skin and eyes. Therefore, in the process of using the ultraviolet disinfection robot, do not directly or indirectly expose the exposed skin, let alone look directly at the ultraviolet light!UV disinfection robots should not be used inflammable and explosive places! After using the ultraviolet disinfection robot, it can carry out centralized control on the ultraviolet disinfection robot. It can also work hard in a warning and reminding to make pink eye-catching logo, which is easier to produce visual impact.