UV-Light and Ozone Disinfection

UV-Light and Ozone Disinfection

Most Effective and Chemical Free Methods to Prevent the Spread

of  COVID-19

EVS PRO Offers UV Light Disinfection and Ozone Disinfection Services to All Businesses to Help Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 Disease.

We wanted to reach out and assure you that we are monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and are working to ensure we meet the needs of our customers and provide for the health and safety of our employees.
We realize this health situation may have already been disruptive to many businesses and know how critical clean and safe environment is to the operations of your business during difficult and complex times like these.

EVS PRO Support service partner- Environmental services (EVS) | Sanitation and disinfection services | Laundry and linen services | Floor care services | Customized cleaning services | Food service |
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Cleaning companies play an important role in reducing the chance of spread.
For several decades it has been known by scientists that broad- spectrum germicidal UV light is very effective at killing bacteria and viruses by destroying bonds that hold their DNA together. The virus is sensitive to ultraviolet light, so radiation from ultraviolet light can eliminate the virus effectively, according to the latest guideline on diagnosis and treatment of the coronavirus released by National Health Commissions.

Many industries are introducing the UV Light disinfection as an effective method to destroy coronavirus and EVS Pro is proud to offer these services to you.

Learn more about UV-Light Disinfection
The letters “UV” relate to the magnetic wavelength spectrum known as ultraviolet light. UVC is the non-visible wavelength that is the most germicidal.
Ultraviolet light technology is a non-chemical approach to disinfection, that uses UV-C light to destroy microorganisms, including bacteria, virus, protist, and fungus/mold. Ultraviolet disinfection attacks the DNA/RNA of a cell, rendering it unable to reproduce or spread.
Most importantly, UV-Light disinfection method can help you gain the upper hand in the germs battle by focusing your efforts on those high-touch surfaces that are germ hotspots.

Traditional disinfection methods have been used for centuries – but are they good enough? The truth is that even the most rigorous cleaning with hot water, bleach, and disinfectants can miss harmful germs and bacteria.
On the other hand, UV light disinfection uses ultraviolet technology to kill all germs and bacteria more quickly and is a great supplement for other methods.

Arguably, the most important benefit of UV light disinfection is that it’s non-toxic. Unlike harsh chemicals that are sometimes used in cleaning and sanitization products, UV light is environmentally friendly. UV light disinfection is a physical process, not a chemical one.
UV light disinfection is safe for use on food as well as food prep services and non-food items. While human beings can be harmed by excessive UV exposure, proper protection makes this a safe and non-toxic disinfection method for many industries including restaurants, hospitality, healthcare and more.

The next key benefit of disinfecting with UV light is that this method of disinfection can be far more effective than other methods. UV light kills a wide array of harmful organisms.
For example, did you know that UV light destroys viruses, bacteria, molds and spores? Other disinfection methods may not – or they may leave a damp environment where fungi can thrive. Since UV disinfection is a dry method, you can be sure that it will take care of existing mold and prevent its growth in the future.

If you have followed the news about antibiotic-resistant bacteria, you know that the use of some traditional antimicrobial agents and disinfectants has had dire consequences. The development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is a significant problem in the medical community.
Unlike traditional disinfection methods, UV light disinfection is a physical method for killing viruses and bacteria.  Therefore, bacteria in question cannot build immunity to it. That’s a huge plus for many industries including hospitals and assisted living facilities.

One of the most common questions we get about UV light disinfection is, “Is it safe to use?” People tend to associate UV exposure with risks such as sunburn, but the key thing to understand is that UV light is safe if used properly.
The UV Light devises we use have safety systems built in to ensure the product will only turn on when the room is unoccupied.  UV light is less likely to cause harm than the harsh chemicals in cleaning products if the operator take appropriate precautions.

UV LIGHT DISINFECTION CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS especially in the pandemic times we currently live in.

Speak with EVS Pro service specialist to help you.