59s UV Sterilisation Mummy Bag
-Waterproof and dust-proof
-Non-toxic, no radiation, no ozone
-Bacteriostatic storage function
-Five-sides sterilisation function
59S UV Sterilisation Mummy Bag make sterilising breast pumps and feeding bottles easy and is always on the go within 3 mins.
- Ultraviolet (UV-C) light eliminates bacteria, viruses, fungus, molds, etc by destorying DNA physically.
- Removes milky taste of baby bottles
- Easy to use: Close it and press the button twice, finish in 59 seconds
- Convenient for working mums: The first floor sterilize breast pumbs and baby bottles, the second floor storage breast milk(need to put in ice pack)
- Other application: sterilising baby clothes, toys, toothbrushes and anything that can be put into it
- Waterproof and dust-proof
- 99.9% Efficient
- Non-toxic, no radiation, no ozone
- Bacteriostatic storage function
- Five-sides sterilisation function
Disinfection time: 59 seconds
Size: 250 x 270 x 170 mm
How to use:
Preparing before Sterilisation:
Open the disinfectant bin, put the object in and close it, then connect to the power supply.
The Sterilizer enters into standby mode after connect to the power supply (Indicator light is slightly on). Turn off the power to shutdown (indicator light is off).
Sterilising / Bacteriostatic storage:
59s sterilisation: Click the button once to start 59s timing sterilization. The device will recover to standby mode after sterilizing over
While the red indicator flashes and highlights for 5 minutes.
Bacteriostatic storage: Click the storage button to initiate Bacteriostatic save function, meanwhile the red light flashes and start the lower-power sterilization.
Standby Mode ¨C All red light, light on slightly.
Sterilising ¨C Red light highlights and flashes quickly.
Sterilising Over ¨C Enter into standby mode after 5 min. red light long bright.
The built-in magnet sensor switch will automatically pause the unit when you open the top cover during the sterilizing mode.
How does the Ultraviolet Sanitizer work?
UV-C has been proven to kill up to 99.9% of germs. Many hospitals use UV-C to sanitize rooms, medical tools, sinks and more. The sterilising cover uses UV-C, which is part of the ultraviolet light spectrum to kill airborne germs.UV-C light damages the DNA and RNA of germs eliminating their ability to reproduce and enhances killing efficiency and odor elimination.