UV SANITECH™ SANITIZING BAG - USER GUIDE
Thank you for purchasing the UVSANITECH™ Sanitizing Bag.
For best results, and for your own safety, please read these instructions prior to using the device for the first time. In addition, please store this guide for future reference.
The UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag provides effective protection from germs, viruses, bacteria, dust mites and mold. Used regularly to sanitize your personal and constantly handled items (in addition to regular cleaning of object surfaces), it will protect you and your family from harmful pathogens without the use of harsh chemical sprays.
- Naturally eliminates germs that cause colds, infections, asthma and allergic reactions
- Destroyed over 99.9% of E. coli in laboratory tests
- A hypoallergenic way to disinfect your personal items like keys, face masks, make-up brushes, watches and more
- Safe and easy to operate with one button to power up, and automatically powers off upon completion of the 3 minute sanitization cycle
- Silent operation
- Specially crafted pocket elegantly hides the attached USB cable, ensuring that you will never lose it
- Large capacity allows for more items to be sanitized per cycle
- Award-winning collapsible design provides versatility and portability
WARNING: Do not expose eyes or skin directly to UV-C light. Keep this device out of the reach of children at all times.
Operating the UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag
Connecting to a USB Power Source
The attached USB cable can be found under the handle and beneath a cleverly designed pocket. Insert the cable into a USB power source. The power button will light up to indicate that the UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag is ready for use.
Using the UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag
Unzip the bag to reveal a spacious interior, then place your personal items into the bag. Zip the bag to seal before connecting the attached cable (found in a pocket beneath the handle) to a USB power source. Once the power button lights up, the bag is ready for use. Press on the power button to start the sanitization cycle.
Each sanitizing cycle lasts 3 minutes and the device will automatically power off once the cycle is complete.
An un-blinking light indicates that the UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag is ready for use.
A blinking light indicates that the sanitizing cycle is in progress.
The UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag Usage Guide
Safe and Effective Use
The UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag was designed to sanitize personal items without the use of harmful chemicals. Its industry-leading large capacity allows for multiple items to be effectively sanitized in a single cycle. A specially crafted pocket elegantly hides the attached USB cable, ensuring that you will never lose it. Upon completion of use, the award-winning collapsible design provides ultimate versatility and portability.
What is UV-C Light?
UV stands for ultraviolet light. Ultraviolet light represents the frequency of light between 100 nanometers (nm) and 400nm and cannot be seen with the naked eye. Within the UV spectrum lie three distinct bands of light: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C.
UV-A (400nm - 315nm): The long wave UV light (315nm to 400nm) or UV-A refers to what we commonly call “black light.” This is the longest wavelength region and has the lowest energy. UV-A represents the largest portion of natural UV light.
UV-B (315nm - 280nm): The UV-B (280nm to 315nm), or mid-range UV, causes sunburn.
UV-C (280nm - 100nm): The germicidal UV light (100nm to 280nm), or UV-C, is effective in microbial control.
Scientific research has proven that the most effective frequency for microbial destruction is between 280nm and 200nm, which is within the UV-C band. Therefore, as long as the nm frequency of a germicidal lamp is well controlled within that range, the microorganisms will be destroyed effectively.
Please note: Opportunities for infection are abundant and virtually everywhere, so it is important to realize that use of the UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag does not guarantee that the user will avoid illness. To avoid microbial infection, one must take a wide range of precautions. The use of the UV Sanitech™ Sanitizing Bag is an important precaution, but not the only precaution one should take.