There are a few different types of CPAP cleaner machines available, and they work in slightly different ways. However, most CPAP cleaner machines use one or more of the following methods to clean the equipment:
- Ozone disinfection: Some CPAP cleaner machines use ozone, a powerful oxidizing agent, to kill germs and bacteria on the CPAP equipment. The ozone is generated by the machine and then circulated through the equipment to disinfect it.
- UV light disinfection: Other CPAP cleaner machines use UV light to kill germs and bacteria on the equipment. The UV light is directed at the equipment and is able to kill bacteria and other microorganisms on contact.
- Heated water and cleaning solution: Some CPAP cleaner machines use heated water and a cleaning solution to help remove dirt and grime from the equipment. The equipment is placed in the machine and the heated water and cleaning solution are circulated through it to help loosen and remove any contaminants.
To use a CPAP cleaner machine, you typically need to disassemble the equipment and place the individual components (such as the mask, hose, and water chamber) in the machine. The machine will then run through a cleaning cycle, using the method(s) described above to clean the equipment. After the cleaning cycle is complete, the equipment should be rinsed with clean water and dried before it is reassembled and used again.
It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for using the CPAP cleaner machine to ensure that the equipment is properly cleaned and disinfected.
Clyn O3N is an Ozone cleaner machine. It has no noise and a slight smell of ozone when working, and it will stop working automatically after 60 minutes. It has a built-in ozone generator that will oxidize the oxygen in the bag to naturally activated oxygen ( ozone ). The activated oxygen is the best sanitizing agent and eliminates up to 99.9% of germs, viruses, and other pathogens in the hose, mask, and water chamber in 60 minutes.