The name of the game in 2020 is sanitization, particularly when we get into the holiday season and families continue to see each other. Although masks and hand sanitizer are important for humans, it may become cumbersome to sanitize objects such as disinfecting wipes or other means. Sanitization is both simple and convenient with the PurLite UVC Sanitizer Package.
The immediate thing that you will find about the PurLite UVC Sanitizer Package is that it is very sturdy in its design. This is not something cheaply put together to optimize COVID-19 pandemic. The package is around the size of a shoe box and has a cover on top, then a sheet of brush bristles that assist with the method of sanitization. When you place an object in the package, you will find that there is a little cradle of sorts below the bristles made of clear plastic that prevents objects from reaching the UVC bulbs.
There is a convenient built-in channel at the very bottom of the package to sneak the power cable cord out to an outlet. Also, if you choose to install the PurLite right on your wall, the package contains built-in mounting brackets. What you need to do is grab two nails or screws and you’re set up.
The PurLite package, which is a positive thing, is basic and plain. This makes using it extremely convenient. On the whole package, there are just three buttons: one to open the lid to bring something in, one to open the lid entirely to take something out, and one to initiate the method of sanitization. The explanation for the two opening buttons is that the brush bristle layer is held down by the first, while the second, along with the cover, lifts the layer. Of instance, if anything is too large to fit between the brush bristles, it may instead easily be inserted straight into the plastic cradle.
The lamps in the PurLite inevitably ought to be changed, like every other light bulb. The PurLite has a built-in counter that will warn you when it is time for the bulbs to be replaced. All you need to do to change out the bulbs is cut the cradle and twist the bulbs out. When doing this, make careful to prevent close interaction with the bulbs.
Done with a button’s push
If you have either threaded or put an object in the box through the brush bristles, all you have to do is close the lid and click the “Start” button. The package is going to light up so that you realize it operates. Sanitization requires about 30 seconds, and after the loop is completed, the PurLite can produce a little chime and switch off the lights. Take the object out of the package from there and you’re ready to go.
PurLite can only be used on items, as with any other UVC sanitizing device. It can never be used with hands or other body parts to be sanitized. Unfortunately, only products that can fit inside the package can be sanitized due to the size limitations of the box. This also entails many popular household objects, such as face masks, computers, wallets, keys, credit cards, controls for video games, and more.
Is it working?
We do not have links to a microbiology labs, so we can not check individually that products are actually sanitized by the PurLite UVC Sanitizer Box. That said, on the company website, PurLite has published summaries of two objective reports on the efficacy of the device.
Also, the company reported that PurLite has not been directly checked to see whether the COVID-19 coronavirus can be destroyed. That said, some studies have shown that the UVC light that PurLite uses will help destroy the coronavirus. Although the PurLite has not been directly tested and shown to be successful against the coronavirus, the PurLite could probably kill it. Make sure to scope out the FDA website for more details about UVC light and its capacity to work with COVID-19.
Proven PurLite-killed viruses and bacteria include e. Coli, Salmonella, staph, MRSA, and more.
The PurLite is clear and simple to use. The only big downside is that the PurLite, unlike Homedics UV Clean Phone Sanitizer, is only as wide as a shoe box, and much less is the space that can contain objects. A sanitization cycle only takes 30 seconds. Like other UVC sanitizing goods, there is no ozone-made product.
Strong design features in the package, which can also be placed on the wall. Since the PurLite uses a power wire, it doesn’t work on batteries and can be used before replacement of the bulbs is required, which is also a simple operation.
The PurLite is reasonably pricey, but this is the one to get if you’re searching for a top of the line sanitizer option.