Cure UV Grow Room UV Sterilization
Cure UV is the easiest and most efficient way to disinfect your grow room and combat pests and diseases with UV sterilization!
Anyone who has lost their harvest to spider mites or powdery mildew is familiar with the perils of failing to disinfect a grow room. High temperatures, increased humidity and abundant organic materials are an ideal breeding ground for bacterial, fungal or pest epidemics. There are traditional methods to sterilize a grow room that involve hydrogen peroxide, bleach, toxic chemicals and intensive labor. These methods are widely used despite the hazards and limitations. Many growers are discovering a simple, chemical free alternative technology to disinfect their indoor gardens. This technology is known as Ultraviolet (UV) Sterilization.
Most of us think of UV Sterilization in connection with hospitals, operating rooms and ultra-hygienic laboratories. Some of us have seen the modern free-standing UV sterilizers that fire intense UV light in 360 degrees; to wipe out all bacteria and fungus from an entire room in a matter of seconds.
Ultraviolet sterilization has proven itself as an alternative to harsh chemical treatments to control bacteria, mold, mildew and pests. UV lights destroy disease-causing pathogens throughout a grow room or grow tent. UV-C Light sanitizes micro-organisms and biological pollutants, including viruses, bacteria, germs, mold, dust mite and flea eggs by penetrating their cell membranes and attacking and deactivating their cellular DNA, stopping their reproductive capabilities and killing them. A properly installed and well-designed UV sterilizer will lower the incidence of disease and increase longevity and overall health of your garden.
CUREUV and GERMAWAYUV offer cutting-edge chemical free ultraviolet disinfection systems. They include mountable, handheld and tabletop UV sterilizer models that kill germs on virtually every surface including air and water. They effectively wipe-out 99.9% of surface bacteria and viruses within 10 seconds of exposure. This technology is safe and has been approved for use on everything from cellphones to toothbrushes to public restrooms.