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Machine sterilizes reusable masks using steam-washing, UV-C, and hot air drying

Bernama at reports two engineers from Penang, Malaysia have developed Malaysia’s first hybrid mask sterilising machine. Peter Chung and Lee Teong Li took six months to develop the Wash Easy hybrid mask sterilisation machine, which cleans and sterilises reusable fabric masks in the shortest time possible. The sterilisation machine does its job using three processes. The reusable cloth masks go through steam-washing at 120°C, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation with short wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light and drying under hot air at 150°C. Engineers Peter Chung (left) and Lee Teong Li showing the machine they invented to sterilise reusable cloth masks.…
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