Sanitize up to 36 safety glasses in 30 minutes.

• Cabinet comes with heavy gauge steel; 0.03″ (0.8mm) thickness
• Latching mechanism, piano style hinges & special white UV resistant
coating on steel ensures zero leakage of UV light
• Ultraviolet Germicidal Fluorescent Lamp operates only when cabinet doors
are closed & latched
• High power UVC light inside cabinet kills 100% germs on glasses
• Unit Size: 26″ × 10″ × 29″ (660 × 254 × 735 mm)
• Inside Grid Size: 3.5″ × 3.5″ × 8″ deep (88 × 88 × 200 mm)
• Unit Weight: 24.5 kg (54 lbs)

Input Voltage: 120V/240V AC ± 10% 50/60 Hz
Input Current: 0.315A
Wattage: 25 Watts (max)

• Viewing window with UV filter  • 15 minute timer








The SESTZ-1 goggle sanitizer cabinets use (1) Germicidal
Fluorescent Tube. They are intended
to be used in Science Education classrooms to help disinfect
student chemistry safety goggles.

Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) has a high efficacy
of disinfecting hard surfaces that are directly exposed to the
light. UVGI is therefore useful for disinfecting items such as
goggles, which are transparent, have no hidden surfaces and
are geometrically simple.

The apparatus will not be effective for products that are
porous or have parts unexposed to lights, as the UV radiation
cannot penetrate them. However, studies have shown that
UVGI is able to reduce the viral load of H1N1 influenza virus
infected N-95 masks by more than a factor of 1000 under
appropriate conditions (

Previous studies have also suggested that under appropriate
conditions, masks contaminated with H1N1 influenza virus can
be disinfected with UVGI dozens of times before degradation
of mask material strength will undermine the mask
effectiveness (

The irradiation levels required for disinfection of masks
contaminated by the novel coronavirus has not been tested
and may be different from those recommended for the H1N1
influenza virus.
While it is possible to use UVGI and our Goggle Sanitizer
Cabinet to decontaminate and re-use protective masks,
additional studies are required to determine the appropriate
exposure time and maximum number of exposures permitted
to ensure safe use.