There are not any consumables or replacement parts, you don’t need to replace them, even the battery.
The iCaty CPAP Cleaner produces the activated oxygen on its own. Regular oxygen from the air is taken in and converted to activated oxygen, O3, for the sanitizing/cleaning process.
No, iCaty is not going to extend the life of PAP equipment. Please refer to your PAP manufacturers guidelines on equipment replacement. iCaty will keep your equipment clean, however silicone and other parts naturally lose their seal (with or without O3 cleaning) and we recommend replacement in line with your manufacturer’s guidelines. [...]
It work up to three cleanings on a single charge typically. The iCaty will beep during opertaion if the battery is low.
Please make sure the iCaty lid is shut securely and that your CPAP cleaner and sanitizer is connected to the iCaty securely. Some ozone molecules may escape into the air, but they will be so dispersed in the volume of air in the room, and will not pose a hazard.
What you smell is not ozone; the equipment is being oxidized with activated oxygen, and that is what you smell – it is completely safe. Some suggestions to lessen the smell: 1) Blow air from your CPAP through your mask for 5 minutes before using it. 2) Do not use fragrance wipes or any [...]