What effect does the household disinfection cabinet have on health?
Most of the dinnerware we use in hotels or visits is not disposable, but the recycled dinnerware needs us to clean and disinfect. This is about our theme disinfection cabinet today. Now, there are three kinds of disinfection methods for disinfection cabinets on the market. Different disinfection methods have advantages and disadvantages. What we need to consider is how to use these three different disinfection methods Choose the disinfection cabinet that suits you. What is the most suitable size of the disinfection cabinet? Then let’s take a look.
Disinfection cabinet is mainly divided into three categories.
High temperature disinfection cabinet:
The high-temperature disinfection cabinet is the most common disinfection cabinet. The temperature is heated to 120 ℃ by infrared rays for about 15 minutes. Through this high temperature, the bacteria and viruses on the tableware are killed. The sterilization rate of this kind of sterilizer is very high. Most bacteria and viruses can be killed in high temperature.
UV disinfection cabinet:
UV also has the effect of sterilization. As we all know, the principle of UV disinfection lies in that it can destroy the DNA results of bacteria and viruses, make them lose the ability of reproduction, or even die. The sterilization time of ultraviolet is longer than that of high temperature, but the sterilization effect is the same as that of high temperature. Ultraviolet disinfection cabinet is generally used for medical environment, such as disinfection of sick clothes and bedding of medical patients.
UV disinfection is low-temperature disinfection, with the advantages of low power consumption. It can disinfect bamboo, wood and UV. If there is water mark on tableware, the disinfection effect is the best. It is suggested to ask whether it is the UV + ozone mode when buying. For example, the disinfection effect of single UV is very poor, and the real good disinfection effect is ozone.
Ozone disinfection cabinet:
Ozone has strong oxidizability. It can oxidize and denature the protein shell of bacteria, fungi and other bacteria. It can kill bacteria, viruses, fungi and so on. At the same time, ozone can also kill hepatitis virus, cold virus and so on. In this way, disinfection is more comprehensive. Specific performance: ozone can kill more than 99% of bacterial colonies in 5 minutes; at the same time, ozone also has the function of deodorization. Many indoor air purifiers take the strong oxidation of ozone as the principle to oxidize the organic matters in the air to achieve the purpose of purifying the air. People feel the air is very fresh after rain, mainly because there is a certain amount of ozone in the air. In addition, ozone can be reduced to oxygen in the air for 30 minutes. However, the harm of ozone to human body also exists. It mainly stimulates and destroys the mucous membrane of respiratory tract and slightly irritates the eyes. When it is 0.2-1.0mg/m3, it can irritate the mucous membrane of nose and throat. The minimum amount of ozone that people can smell is 0.02mg/m3.
UV is only effective for the objects within the irradiation range, and will not be effective after being blocked, and the back that cannot be irradiated will not work, so generally, the external disinfection method will work together with ozone and drying, and the three methods of UV, ozone and high temperature have the highest ozone efficiency.