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What are UV Light Air purifiers?

UV light air purifiers are those purifiers that use short-wave ultraviolet light or UV-C light so as to disable the microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi, along with pathogens that are airborne.

This technology is similar to UVGI air purifiers or UV Germicidal Irradiation as the primary motive is to eliminate pollutants that infect the indoor environment.

However, UV light Air purifiers use technology different from conventional air purifiers that use UV radiation indirectly against air contamination.

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