the most lethal wave to microorganisms
Quick 5 Min Mask Disinfection
Lumin works by emitting high energy light within a narrow spectrum referred to as UV-C. The Lumin CPAP cleaner relies on a low-pressure, mercury-arc germicidal lamp designed to produce the highest amounts of UV light – where 90% of energy is generated around 254nm. This energy spectrum is very close to the peak of the germicidal effectiveness curve of 265nm, the most lethal wave to microorganisms. The dose of UV-C emitted in one 5 minute cycle is sufficient to kill most bacteria and mold on a surface.
Safe and Easy to Use
The 5 minute ozone FREE cleaning cycle with no need for water or harmful chemicals. Makes Lumin the safest and easiest choice for CPAP mask and accessory cleaning.
UV Light kills 99% of Bacteria
UV light will disinfect up to 99% of harmful bacteria, pathogens, and fungi that can cause infection and illness. UV light is also the safest disinfection option on the market, there is NO HARMFUL OZONE. Ozone has been shown by the FDA to irritate the lungs and respiratory system, making it extra harmful for people with respiratory illness.
No Harmful Ozone
The use of UV-C is environmentally friendly, leaves no residue or toxic gases or chemicals. UV-C systems are currently in use to disinfect ambulances, emergency service vehicles and other high touch areas.
Lumin makes cleaning your CPAP mask and accessories affordable at 50% less than
other brands. A healthy CPAP experience should be affordable for everyone.
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3B Lumin for CPAP Mask Disinfection
The human eye can detect electromagnetic radiation in the visible spectrum, which ranges from wavelengths of 400 nm (violet) to 700 nm (red). Since the early 20th century, we have known that light comes in packets called photons, and each photon has an energy.
Ultraviolet radiation is defined as radiation with a wavelength of less than 400 nm and greater than 100 nm, so it is below the visible spectrum and thus not detectable by the human eye. Ultraviolet radiation is split into 3 subdivisions, as shown in the following table.Download White Paper