ORGANISMS DESTROYED BY ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT

The Number represents the amount of microwatt seconds of energy necessary to destroy these organisms

BACTERIA
Agrobacterium fumafaciens - 8,500
Bacillus anthracis - 8,700
Bacillus megaterium (vegetative) - 2,500
Clostridium tetani - 22,000
Corynebacterium diphtheriae - 6,500
Escherichia coli - 7,000
Legionella bezemanil - 3,500
Legionella micdade - i3,100
Legionella pnrumophila - 3,800
Leptospira interrogans ( Infectious Jaundice ) - 6,000
Mycobacterium tuberculosis - 10,000
Neisserla catarrhalis - 8,500
Proteus vulgaris - 6,600
Pseudomonas aeruginosa - 10,500
Rhodospirillium rubrum - 6,200
Salmonella enteritidis - 7,600
Salmonella paralyphi (Enteric fever) - 6,100
Salmonella typhosa (Typhod fever) - 6,000
Sacinia lutea - 26,400
Serratia marcescens - 6,200
Shigella dysenteriae (Dysentery) - 4,200
Shigella flexneri (Dysentery) - 3,400
Staphylococcus epidermidis - 5,800
Staphylococcus aureus - 7,000
Streptococcus faecalis - 10,000
Streptococcus hemolyticus - 5,500
Viradan streptococc - i3,800
Vibrio cholerae - 6,500

VIRUSES
Bacteriophage (E coli) - 6,600
Hepatitis virus - 8,000
Influenza virus - 6,600
Poliovirus (Poliomyelitis) - 21,000
Rotavirus - 24,000

YEAST
Baxter's yeast - 8,800
Brewer's yeast - 6,600
Common yeast cake - 13,200
Saccharomyces var. ellipsoideus - 13,200

ALGAE
Chlorella vulgaris (algae) - 22,000

Inside the chamber, the germicidal ultraviolet lamp emits more than 30,000 microwatt seconds of energy per square centimeter - that's more than enough to destroy any and all of these.