American Lighting Group Develops New UV LED Commercial Bulbs

- Apr 15, 2020-

A few days ago, the American Lighting Group announced that it is developing a new plug-and-play UV LED commercial light bulb that can be used for surface sterilization to help resist new coronavirus and other viral pathogens.

Information shows that the American Lighting Group mainly provides LED commercial lighting products. At present, the group CEO Paul Spivak has two patents issued by the US Patent and Trademark Office, about the UV LED light projection method and the device using ultraviolet and LED lighting technology.

Paul Spivak said that these UV LED bulbs have the potential for sterilization and disinfection in various places, including hospitals, supermarkets, schools, airports, medical laboratories, elderly care centers, fire stations and police stations. Moreover, it is expected that the development of this new UV LED bulb will bring huge growth potential to the group.

It is understood that scientific research has proved that UV light can kill pathogens such as influenza and super bacteria. UV LED lighting will effectively help kill viral pathogens and provide protection measures for patients, customers, office workers and families to prevent the spread of infection.

It is worth mentioning that recently, Seoul Visteon and SETi just proved that their UV LED technology can kill 99.9% of the new coronavirus in 30 seconds. , Klebsiella pneumoniae and Salmonella typhimurium have the same bactericidal effect. Seoul Vest said it will soon provide efficient air coronavirus sterilization solutions and surface sterilization solutions for masks and smartphones.

LEDinside observes that as the epidemic continues to spread, major global manufacturers have accelerated the development of UV LED technology and the listing of products. This has greatly promoted the development of the UV LED industry and the large-scale commercialization of UV LED products. Process, in the case of increasing market demand, consumers and related manufacturers will benefit from it. (Compiled: LEDinside Janice)