Why UV-C?

There has been a lot of research supporting the use of UV light in industrial settings for sterilization and sanitizing. At Saniglo, we are working to safely put that power into home use. We have put together a list of links and articles supporting the technology.


Does UV light kill germs? Getting an at-home sanitizer may be worth it

Insider.com

"At-home methods of UV sanitation have been proven highly effective against pathogens and come in a variety of forms — including portable wands, phone sanitizers, and toothbrush cleaners."


UV Light On Airplanes Could Prevent Spread Of Coronavirus And Other Infectious Diseases

American Council on Science & Health

"Boeing has designed self-cleaning airplane bathrooms that implement UV light. To stop the spread of infectious disease, the entire airplane cabin -- and perhaps other public places -- should also be bathed in UV light."


Duke study finds UV light can aid hospitals' fight to wipe out drug-resistant superbugs

Duke University

"A new tool -- a type of ultraviolet light called UVC -- could aid hospitals in the ongoing battle to keep drug-resistant bacteria from lingering in patient rooms and causing new infections." 


The History of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation for Air Disinfection

National Center for Biotechnology Information

 "There is a long history of investigations concluding that, if used properly, UVGI can be safe and highly effective in disinfecting the air, thereby preventing transmission of a variety of airborne infections."


 UV light is nature’s disinfectant, but can it kill coronavirus?

Digital Trends

 "With man-made sanitizers in limited supply, many are turning to nature’s disinfectant: ultraviolet light. UV irradiation has long been used to sterilize objects and rooms, so it makes sense to wonder: Can UV light kill coronavirus?"