The SteraLight bombards the
contents of the generously-sized sterilization chamber with
dual-angle type-C ultraviolet lights, the same germicidal
lights used by hospitals to disinfect rooms. Useful to
clean your mask, keys, phone and more. On sale to
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253.7nm | Ultraviolet Type-C light energy (UVC)
kills viral, bacterial, and fungal organisms. Five minutes
of short-range exposure to UVC will disinfect your
mask's surface, and doesn't require you to remove
the filter. Always wash your hands before and after
handling your mask.
Bay | Suitable for masks, mobile phones, smaller
tablets (under 7 inches), keys, wallets, money, jewelry,
watches, tv remotes, earbuds, small electronics, makeup
accessories, and small toys.
9W USB charger
| Charge your phone or tablet with a convenient front USB
Cover | Durable, opaque plastic cover closes
tightly to prevent ultraviolet light from leaving the
Essential Oil Diffusion
(optional) | Diffuses essential oils from natural
plant extracts to infuse a fragrance of your choice into
your masks or cloth objects. Diffusion not recommended for
How Does Ultraviolet
Light Kill Germs?
Type-C ultraviolet light kills
or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids
and disrupting their DNA. Germicidal lamps like the
SteraLight are used every day to sterilize workspaces and
tools used in biology laboratories and medical facilities.
Unlike portable UV-C the SteraLight disinfects within a
closed container, keeping the light away from your eyes and
skin and making it a safe choice for touchless disinfection
of your mask and other everyday objects.
Not a Replacement for
The SteraLight is not intended
as a replacement for periodically washing your mask. Lay
the mask as flat as possible before activating the
SteraLight to expose as much of the surface as possible to
the ultraviolet light, but always wash your hands after
removing or inserting the carbon filter.
Important Note about
Aromatherapy does not sterilize
objects and cannot be substituted for sterilization. Puraka
recommends you to sterilize first, then diffuse.
The SteraLight is classified by the FDA as a CFR 880.6600 Ultraviolet (UV) radiation chamber disinfection device (not for use in a medical setting). This type of UV disinfecting devices is a device that use UVC light to produce a germicidal effect. Although UV radiation is normally intended to augment disinfection of non-porous environmental surfaces after manual cleaning has
been performed, the CDC has stated that " ultraviolet germicidal irradiation" is one of the methods that has "shown the most promise" to decontaminate filtering facepiece respirators. The special controls for this device are: