What is HEPA?
HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Air. These filters are made of submicron fiberglass and are recognized as the best cleaning standard worldwide. HEPA-based systems are utilized to clean the air in hospitals, production facilities, and hazardous environments.
Captures large particles like dust and pet hair.
Traps 99.95% of the tiniest, microscopic particles, including those that trigger allergic reactions.
Removes volatile organic compounds, unpleasant odours, and other gaseous air pollutants.
HEPA removes 99.95%* of indoor and outdoor air pollutants
UV-C is one of the three types of ultraviolet light used to clean the air. The ultraviolet light beam passes through the supply air and traps some bacteria, mold, fungus before the HEPA starts the main cleaning step.
Take purification a step further by electrically charging the air molecules. Ionization will do wonders for people suffering from allergies, asthma, and other respiratory-related health issues.
CADR 150 m³/h
Service area up to 25 m²
Air purification time 2-3 hours
Noise level up to 40 dB