LG’s UVnano technology keeps its devices bacteria-free
March 22, 2021

The feature will debut on LG’s line of current and upcoming devices.

The new advancements in technology have been utilized in ways that improve the quality of life. In the case of LG, the company has pioneered a technology that would help consumers that prioritize cleanliness and hygiene. LG’s UVnano technology brings ultraviolet light to help clean high-touch, high-traffic products. This sanitation technology has been proven to remove up to 99.99 percent of germs and bacteria in just a few minutes of exposure.

LG’s newest TONE Free earbuds feature a UVnano case that can kill bacteria as it charges. This is essential for people who at times ignore the maintenance on audio devices, often dismissing bacteria build-up that can sometimes bring infection and disease.

LG’s Wearable Air Purifier also features an intelligent filter system that can prevent up to 99.95 percent of harmful airborne viruses and bacteria from being inhaled. The PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier Case also has UVnano technology that can eliminate germ in 30 minutes using the UV-C LED lights. Moisture components caused by the wearer’s breath can also be removed while it charges.

The LG Dualcool air conditioners have an intelligent design that provides the desired temperature with minimal fluctuation and cost-saving features thanks to its Dual Inverter Compressor. LG confirmed that UV LED technology will soon be part of the air conditioner, which will help clean the fan inside the indoor unit to make sure the air passing through it is clean.

UVnano technology is also present on the LG InstaView refrigerators that operate every hour to remove bacteria on the dispenser tap. This function happens automatically but can also be turned on with a push of a button.

LG’s new CLOi robot features ultraviolet C (UV-C) light to help clean high-touch areas like hotel rooms and restaurants. Part of LG’s line of CLOi robots, these machines are intended to be deployed in public places and offer assistance to humans without interaction.

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. When he’s not busy playing with the latest games, Victor usually spends his time collecting Blu-rays and building his own movie library. As the Online Editor for T3 Middle East, he develops and writes content for www.T3ME.com which includes reviews, features, and videos in addition to managing its social media and web content.
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