UV Sterilization Chamber for Corcyra eggs
To sterilize Corcyra cephalonica eggs. The sterilization of C. cephalonica eggs are required to make Trichocards:
It consists of two chambers/drawers. A total of 75 trichocards can be exposed to UV at a time in each drawer. Since the source of light is at the center of the curve exposure by UV rays is uniform on the surface of the cards. Since there are two drawers, the time required to arrange the cards in one drawer is sufficient to sterilize the trichocards in other drawer. Thus one can sterilize 75 trichocards per 10 minutes using these drawers alternately. The timers ensure to prevent over exposure or under exposure of the trichocards. Since the trichocards are exposed to UV radiation in a closed box/drawer, the undesired exposure to UV radiation is ruled out in the structure.