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The effect of UV-C radiation on the durability of 3D printed plastic parts in disinfectant devices

See — The usage of far or hard ultraviolet radiation in wavelength 200 – 280 nm or shortly UV-C disinfectors are becoming more and more popular due to their universal ability to fight against bacteria and viruses. It is well known that according to DIN 5031-7, both UV-A and UV-B radiation from sunlight have clear influence on the mechanical and visual properties of plastic parts, but the influence of intensive artificial UV-C is not so widely investigated. As the UV-C is in the shorter end of the UV radiation wavelength spectrum and is completely absorbed by the ozone…
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