In addition to traditional ion technology, our process has proven to be the most effective air cleaning solution on the market. The air disinfection devices from our company offer a disposal-free air purifier variant. Thanks to the unique ion field, 99.99% of viruses and bioaerosols are effectively destroyed and removed.
A stainless steel mesh that mainly filters particles with a size of 10 micrometers and more.
This filter creates an electric field that destroys harmful particles that could potentially lodge in our lungs. Such particles can be PM 2.5 dust particles, viruses or bacteria. Electrostatic charges caused by high voltage destroy these particles.
With this filter, excess ozone, which is harmful to humans, is broken down. It also eliminates unpleasant odors and keeps your indoor air fresh and clean.
The double ultraviolet wavelength irradiation breaks the RNA and DNA of bacteria and other microorganisms so that they lose their ability to multiply and survive in order to achieve the goal of sterilization.
These UV filters can effectively eliminate viruses, bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms harmful to humans. Effectively breaks down volatile organic compounds as well as formaldehyde and toluene.
This field generates 20,000 to 40,000 volts. This effectively kills viruses and bacteria. Compared to conventional electrostatic disinfection, this technology is 8 times better.
This filter is very absorbent and has a large surface. It is characterized by a fast absorption and desorption speed.
Removes harmful smoke gases, viruses and bio-aerosols in indoor areas. PM2.5 and ultra-fine particles down to 0.001μm as well as all volatile organic substances.
Equipped with reusable high-performance filters in medical quality! No more expensive HEPA filters that have to be bought every 3-6 months! Save money with durable, reusable filters
1 Built-in high-voltage plasma
2 Primary filters
3 Electrostatic two-zone ion box
4 Ozone-breakdown filters -Gitter
5 LED UV lamp
6 Photocatalytic mesh
7 Low-noise activated carbon filter < / p>