Sanitizing chambers emit UV light within their enclosure to decontaminate small objects. Their UV-C light source inactivates viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other pathogens to help reduce exposure and limit the spread of infections. Caution: UV-C light can harm skin and eyes. Lights must be used as directed to avoid injuries.
Cretors UV-C Sanitizing Chamber
The rotating rack in Cretors sanitizing chambers holds small items and exposes their surfaces to sanitizing UV-C light that inactivates viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other pathogens. The chambers use five germicidal light bulbs to provide full coverage and even exposure. A safety switch shuts off the bulbs if the chamber door is opened during the sanitization cycle. An internal fan and replaceable filter remove ozone discharge produced by the bulbs to prevent it from escaping the chamber. Sanitizing chambers decontaminate headsets, scanners, safety glasses, tools, and other small, non-medical products that are not sensitive to UV light.
Caution: UV-C light can harm skin and eyes. Lights must be used as directed to avoid injuries.
Cretors UV-C Sanitizing Chamber, sorted by Exposure Level, ascending
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