UV-C Disinfectant Robot

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring safe and sterile equipment in office, school, college & universities became crying need. The goal can be achieved following 2 ways: cleaning with conventional disinfectant items, and sterilization & disinfection using UV-C light.
In this situation, usage of UV-C light disinfectant may be the best option for cleaning. There are three classes of UV light: UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. UV-C light (wavelength: 200-280nm), which has the most energy of all three types, is the most harmful, but it fortunately doesn't reach the Earth's surface because our atmosphere absorbs it.
There's man-made UV-C light, too: It's what's in the UV light sanitizers that companies claim kill the coronavirus. According to the National Academy of Sciences, it's probable that this is true, because UV light has been used to disinfect surfaces and water for a long time, and it's generally successful. It works because UV-C light is strong enough to destroy the genetic material -- either DNA or RNA -- of viruses and bacteria. DNA is made of four bases: T=Thymine C=Cytosine A=Adenine G=Guanine. UV light causes two adjacent T bases to bond with each other, forming thymine dimers. Thymine dimers prevent DNA from being read correctly. If a cell's DNA develops too many thymine dimers, the cell will eventually die. In this way, UV light can kill bacteria, but it can also cause skin cancer in humans. So, the application of UV-C for sterilization should be done with absence of human being. For this, this paper proposes automated remote-controlled UV-C emitting robots for conducting this surface disinfection process. It is proven that, 5-10 minutes of exposure in UV-C kills any bacteria & virus including COVID-19.

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring safe and sterile equipment in office, school, college & universities became crying need. The goal can be achieved following 2 ways: cleaning with conventional disinfectant items, and sterilization & disinfection using UV-C light.
In this situation, usage of UV-C light disinfectant may be the best option for cleaning. There are three classes of UV light: UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. UV-C light (wavelength: 200-280nm), which has the most energy of all three types, is the most harmful, but it fortunately doesn't reach the Earth's surface because our atmosphere absorbs it.
There's man-made UV-C light, too: It's what's in the UV light sanitizers that companies claim kill the coronavirus. According to the National Academy of Sciences, it's probable that this is true, because UV light has been used to disinfect surfaces and water for a long time, and it's generally successful. It works because UV-C light is strong enough to destroy the genetic material -- either DNA or RNA -- of viruses and bacteria. DNA is made of four bases: T=Thymine C=Cytosine A=Adenine G=Guanine. UV light causes two adjacent T bases to bond with each other, forming thymine dimers. Thymine dimers prevent DNA from being read correctly. If a cell's DNA develops too many thymine dimers, the cell will eventually die. In this way, UV light can kill bacteria, but it can also cause skin cancer in humans. So, the application of UV-C for sterilization should be done with absence of human being. For this, this paper proposes automated remote-controlled UV-C emitting robots for conducting this surface disinfection process. It is proven that, 5-10 minutes of exposure in UV-C kills any bacteria & virus including COVID-19.

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