|▲ CEO Soonjo Jang
As the summer is nigh, mosquito is surfacing on the chat table among lightly dressed people. In fact, mosquito not only annoys us with bites on our skin but it transmits diseases such as Japanese encephalitis, dengue, Zik virus, etc, not only to man but to animals also.
Antimog, developed by a South Korean repellent lamp specialist Luxwell, is an innovation in this respect as the light wards off this annoying and vicious insect instead of spray, smoke or liquid-base repellent.
This patented Antimog has a number of praiseworthy functions: sterilizing virus, purifying air and removing odor by using the PFC special coating technology developed by the company. The technology is that the atomic form radical, generated during the photo catalysis oxidation process, spreads every nook and cranny to sterilize germs.
The sterilizing power of Antimog is 2,000 times better than ozone sterilizers and 180 times than UV sterilizers. In addition, it removes bad smells such as cigarette smoke and ammonia. Viruses, germs, odor and toxic gas convected on the air gets oxidated when touched the lamp which is the principle similar to a chemical reaction happening in 30,000℃.
Antimog uses 405nm wavelength LED light emitting diode that functions like the sunlight sterilizes: the germs exposed to the light get their porphyrin inside destroyed. A test also shows that 405nm wavelength kills 99.9% COVID-19.
A 30W Antimog wards off mosquito up to 6 meters from the lamp and a 45W Antimog up to 8 meters. In 2016, the lamp was recognized as the nation’s first mosquito repellent lamp for the use in livestock farm. <PowerKorea>
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