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Reliability

 American Society for Microbiology 

 

The 405nm light has been scientifically proven the capability of killing bacteria and viruses by Dr. Michelle Maclean and other scientists. 

Figure 1. Gram-Negative Bacteria

 

Result: 405-nm light inactivation of a range of medically important gram-negative bacteria

 
Reprinted from “Inactivation of Bacterial Pathogens following Exposure to Light from a 405-Nanometer Light-Emitting Diode Array”, by M. Maclean et al, 2009, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol.75, No.7, p.1932-1937. Copyright [2009] by American Society for Microbiology. Reprinted with permission.  

  

Figure 2. Gram-Positive Bacteria  

Result: 405-nm light inactivation of MRSA and other medically important gram-positive bacteria

Reprinted from “Inactivation of Bacterial Pathogens following Exposure to Light from a 405-Nanometer Light-Emitting Diode Array”, by M. Maclean et al, 2009, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol.75, No.7, p.1932-1937. Copyright [2009] by American Society for Microbiology. Reprinted with permission.   

  

 

  Anti-virus test  

*Irradiation distance: 20mm
  • After irradiating Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus (HRSV), there was an >99.98% kill rate. This is equal to log3.75.
  • After irradiating Rotavirus A, there was an >99.68% kill rate. This is equal to log2.50.
  
 

   Anti-Bacterial & Anti-Fungal Test  

 
Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal effectively suppress the growth of bacteria and fungi and can prevent damage caused by them.
*Irradiation time: 4 hr
  • At 50cm (or 1.64 feet) in distance there was a 99.9% kill rate of E. Coli after 8 hours