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How is CoronaOven different than the UV sterilization boxes already available in saloons and hospitals

CoronaOven is specifically designed and calibrated as per the FDA and NIH research paper mentioned above to deliver the recommended UVC wavelength and the recommended UVC dose per cm2 on the surface of an object placed inside the Oven. Moreover, CoronaOven’s unique 360-degree illumination design ensures that each point on the surface of an object placed inside the CoronaOven receives the required wavelength and the required UV dose without generation of a shadow area.

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Most UV boxes in market, in saloons and in hospitals were designed for broad spectrum UV light and not specifically for delivering 254 nm UVC. Moreover, UV light placement in such boxes does not ensure 360-degree irradiation. This leads to generation of shadow areas on objects placed inside these boxes which leaves patches of unexposed surfaces making such UV boxes unsuitable for decontaminating all surfaces at the same time. Also, such commercial boxes are not calibrated to deliver the UV light dose as per the FDA and NIH research paper mentioned above, making them highly ineffective in inactivating Coronaviruses.

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