The PAPTIZER offers the fastest, easiest, and safest solution to kill 99.9% of bacteria, germs, and viruses that contaminate CPAP equipment and personal items. PAPTIZER uses hospital grade UV-C Light to sanitize your personal items. UV-C light is considered to be one of the safest disinfection options on the global market. The PAPTIZER's small size and low maintenance makes it ideal for any business or home.
How does it Work
UV-C energy is absorbed by nucleic acids inside the RNA and ONA, resulting in covalent bonds which at the right dose can render the pathogen unable to reproduce and infect. The most effective germicidal wavelength occurs between 260nm to 270nm, the point at which ONA absorbs UV energy the most. UV-C energy is a commonly used sterilization technology that has been shown to inactivate a wide range of pathogens (e.g. MRSA, C.diff, E. Coli and Pseudomonas). These UV light emitting diodes (UV LEDs) are configured to emit ideal germicidal wavelengths providing reliable on-demand disinfection without limitations.
Watch how hospitals use UV-C light to kill viruses, bacteria and germs:
Features and Benefits
• JUST 180 seconds/3 MINUTES and low maintenance
PAPTIZER sanitizes any supplies, equipment, and personal belongings in just 3 minutes. PAPTIZER's low maintenance only requires occasionally wiping the inside with a damp cloth to clean any loose debris.
• REDUCES ODOR
Unlike OZONE cleaners, UV-C light reduces odor keeping your sleep comfortable and smell free.
• STERILE STORAGE/ CONSTANT TEMP CONTROL
Safe to store objects in the PAPTIZER without worry of bacteria or viruses for 24 hours when not in use.
Sanitize almost anything: CPAP tubing mask, water chamber, Keys, baby bottles, breast pump equipment, wallet, pens, phone, glasses, baby toys. The internal fan also allows the machine to dry wet items after you've washed them. If it fits you can sanitize it!
• MOST LED lights OF ANY UV-C STERILIZER
The PAPTIZER has 40 UV-C LEDS that provide 360 degree coverage which allows for fast cycle times.
• BUILT TO LAST
10,000 hour LED lifespan and 2 year manufacturer warranty on sanitizer.
• SMALL AND PORTABLE DESIGN
PAPTIZER fits easily on any counter top and at 4lbs. is light weight and packs easy so you can be safe anywhere.
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LED Quantity: 40
Dimensions: 11.89" x 10.59" x 6.06"
Net Weight: 4.29 Lbs
UVC LED Wavelength: 260-280nm
Power Rating: 27W
Warranty: 2 Years https://www.liviliti.com/warranty-registration-page/
Laboratory Tests: E Coli, Staphylococcus aureus, p aeruginosa, candida albicans, COVID-19
Q Does Medicare or Private insurance cover CPAP Sanitizers?
A No insurance will not cover it as they see it as a luxury item for consumers.
Q Can I stop washing my equipment if I use a sanitizer?
A No. Continue to follow the manufacturer's directions for cleaning your product. Sanitizers do not remove dead skin, oil, makeup, or other organic materials.
Q If I wash my equipment does it have to be completely dry before sanitizing?
A It is recommended for the greatest results for the equipment to be dry.
Q Is there a smell from using sanitizer?
A Yes, there can be a slight smell to using any sanitizing product. To reduce and eliminate any smells make sure the mask is clean of any debris before sanitizing. If a smell continues, wash the mask with a cleaner such as a perfume free soap and set machine to Sanitize and Smart Dry application to remove smell.
Q Is the Liviliti Paptizer safe to use?
A Yes, it is equipped with an automatic shut off when the lid is opened.
Q Can I use my phone in the Liviliti Paptizer?
A Yes, any electronics that will fit in the unit can be sterilized.
Q Is there an alert to inform me when my product is clean?
A Yes, you will see a LED countdown timer along with a double beep when the product is clean.
Q "What is "UV-C" or Ultraviolet C?
A Commonly referred to as "germicidal" , UVC's are a subtype of Ultraviolet lights that are naturally occurring from the sun, most often absorbed by the atmosphere/ Ozone layer. There are artificial sources of UV-C used by people for multiple purposes, one of them being sanitizing medical equipment!
Q Why are UVC LEDs also called germicidal lamps?
A They can destroy, kill, or inactivate many kinds of germs and microorganisms. This makes these lights quite useful in killing and stopping the spread of bacteria in water, surfaces, and air.
Q How exactly does the UV-C light kill germs?
A When you expose a microorganism to UVC lamps, the light will penetrate through the [germ] cell wall and alter or disrupt the [germ] cell's DNA. When this process occurs the [germ] cell's growth and reproduction stops, stopping its ability to spread.