FAQ's

How do iCleanse products disinfect?
iCleanse products work by exposing UV-C light to the item placed inside.

 

Is UV-C effective?
UV-C is very effective. Organisms absorb UV-C light when exposed, causing the cell walls to rupture and kills the organism. These cells can no longer replicate, meaning they can no longer infect.

 

How long do I need to disinfect my device?
Disinfection time ranges from 30 seconds to 120 seconds. 30 seconds is good for most pathogens like influenza, the common cold, human coronavirus,*, and MRSA. 90 to 120 seconds is good for sporicidal pathogens.

 

What is General Purpose Disinfection?
General Purpose Disinfection is described as a germicide intended to process non-critical medical devices and equipment surfaces. Germicide is an agent that kills germs, like pathogenic microorganisms.

 

What is UV-C?
UV-C light is a component of the electromagnetic spectrum that falls in the range of visible light and X-Rays. It has a wavelength range of 200 nm to 280 nm, which makes it useful for disinfection.

 

Can I use iCleanse to disinfect medical devices?
iCleanse should only be used on devices classified as non-critical. "Non-Critical" medical devices are devices that are in contact with unbroken skin only.

 

What items can I disinfect?
You can disinfect mobile phones, tablets, CB radios, bodycams, and other personal items that fit inside.

 

How long do the lamps last?
The lamps have a lifespan of 4,000 cycles

 

How do I replace the lamps?
Replacing the lamps is easy in a few short steps. Learn how to replace the lamps here. (Link to video)

 

How do I dispose of the lamps?
To learn how to dispose of the lamps in your area, please visit: www.lamprecycle.org

 

Is UV-C safe?
Yes, UV-C is safe. Our units are designed to contain 100% of the light emitted.