The UV-C Anti-bacterial Sterilising Cabinet is a simple and reliable way to kill germs, bacteria and viruses on all knives, utensils, medical appliances, beauty instruments and accessories using germicidal UV-C light.
- Rated working pressure: AC 220V/50Hz
- Voltage: 110-240V
- Power output: < 10 W
- UV-C Lamp: 1 x 11″ 8 watt UV-C lamp
- W Pack Size: 43.2 x 21.2 x 12.7 cm
- Weight: 7 kg
- Weight with packaging: 7 kg
- Sterilising time: 20 min
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How it works
UV-C light has very strong penetrability that can kill bacteria and viruses by changing the structure of proteins and nucleic acids within them. The reflective coating on the interior of the UV-C Anti-bacterial Sterilising Cabinet enhances the effect of the internal UV lamp, allowing it to quickly eliminate germs after the lid is closed. In just 20 minutes, the cabinet will sterilise any utensil or instrument placed inside.
The UV-C Anti-bacterial Sterilising Cabinet is the perfect complement to any daily cleaning regime. Knives, dental equipment, scissors, combs or any other equipment in daily use can be safely left in the Sterilising Cabinet with the assurance that when the instrument is next used, it will be germ-free. Even if equipment is thoroughly cleaned after use, bacteria can still settle and multiply on it between uses, leading to the danger of spreading infection when the equipment is used again. The Sterilising Cabinet allows you to be sure that the when you next use an instrument – whether it be a dental mirror or a hairdresser’s comb – it will be as clean, if not cleaner, than when you stored it.
- Kills germs, bacteria and viruses that can cause illness
- Enables daily sanitising of instruments as part of cleaning routines
- Clean, quick and effective – no chemicals used
- Portable and easy to use
Ideal for use in
- Doctor’s surgeries
- Dental surgeries
- Commercial kitchens
- Beauty salons
- Tattoo and piercing parlours