The STERI-Book SB-601 Public’s unique system uses UV-C rays to eliminate bacteria, viruses, mold and a fan to remove hair, dust and other particles that might have fallen between the pages of a public library book. The operation is simple, designed for the public to use and is quiet so it will not disrupt patrons.
STERI-book Uses UV-C Rays To Disinfect Books
The STERI-Book SB-601 Public works when an item such as a library book is placed on the book holder and the tempered glass door is closed securely. Once the “on” button is pressed, a fan begins to blow, thus removing foreign particles from the pages of the book. A UV-C lamp radiates a 253.7 wavelength to disinfect and will stop automatically if the door opens during the disinfection process. The STERI-Book SB-601 Public uses an internal circulation system so that there is no risk of dust from outside air being forced into the system, which also extends the life of the unit’s filter. The STERI-Book SB-601 Public is very quiet with a noise level of 50db and can disinfect up to 6 books per minute.