I recently looked into a number of ways to sterilize/decontaminate personal protective equipment, including N95 disposable respirators. I found the Coral UV Sanitizer to be a great option for decontaminating small items. I don’t sell the product, but I do believe in it enough to recommend it to others.
Please understand that the Coral UV Sanitizer has NOT been officially certified to sanitize N95 or P100 disposable respirators. This is just a personal recommendation. The bottom line is that I’ve ordered one for my family, and I encourage you to order one for yours.
You can find the Coral UV system for only $109 ($60 off their regular price) at:
Buy Here: https://coraluv.com/ref/10/
(Canadian buyers go here: https://ca.coraluv.com/ref/9/)
Select “Shop” at the top of the page.
For an additional discount, use the Coupon Code: bradley5
They are out of stock until early May, but I recommend that you put in your order now. My guess is that all the units will be pre-sold very soon. By ordering now, you will receive one of the first units they ship in early May.
Please watch the video below for more details on decontamination of personal protective equipment, including my review of the Coral Sanitizer:
Also, if you decide to to use the Coral UV Sanitizer to decontaminate N95 respirators, you will want to install small adhesive metal hooks on the walls of the chamber. This allows you to elevate the masks much closer to the UV lights.
Hooks and mounting instructions are at PPE-Gear.