What is a normal temperature for the UV Sterilizer to Operate at?

Our UV unit uses our patented low heat drying technology to dry the object, it mainly uses the circulation of air to dry not heat.  The temperature doesn't really go past 130°F and most of the time it stays at 90°F which is lower than body temperature.

This is the case for both during the UV cycle and the drying cycle. A good portion of the time, or perhaps the entire time, your unit could be under 90°F. Whether items are put in the sterilizer wet or dry can affect this temperature, but does not mean that the sterilizer is not operating properly.

The UV sterilizer uses both efficient drying and UV technology to achieve the sanitizing result for wet items

If you feel there is an issue, try running a full sterilization cycle with nothing in the sterilizer to see what the temperature goes up to, as opposed to loaded with items. As long as it appears to be heating, changing temperatures, all the bulbs are working, and items have been coming out dry, then everything is operating normally. 

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