AIR SANITIZER FOR ANY SPACE
Compact cleaning unit with charcoal filter,
UV-C sanitizer and odor reduction.
The device uses medical-grade HEPA filter to trap the molecule in the airflow, and then expose to the ultraviole light to implement the saniting process.
The HEPA filter is engineered to remove up to 99.99% air borne allergens as small as 0.3 microns from air passing through the filter.
The UVC lights have the shortest wave length and the highest energy. The light eliminates bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
The product is fully portable and could be positioned in any room to create a better environment.
Sanitize and purify air to generate a bacteria-free area. It can be used indoor in offices, houses, and small rooms. In addition, the UVC light does work against COVID-19.
Easy to use, plugin, and turn on. One speed fan delivers the right amount of clean air to better the quality of your surroundings.
Room Coverage: 800 square feet -- 4 air changes/ hour. For better result, we advise using the device in size reported.
Innovative, revolutionary and energy efficiency
How does it Work?
Our Air Sanitizer can purify rooms up to 800 square feet (4 air change per hour) providing a change in employee safety, as Ultraviolet light (UVC with the wave length of 250nm) eliminates the genetic material in pathogens - DNA in bacteria and fungi, RNA in viruses - preventing them from reproducing.
UVC at a specific wavelength, 254 nanometers, has been successfully used to inactivate H1N1 influenza and other coronaviruses, such as severe acute respiratory virus (SARS-CoV) and Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV). A study published June 26 to the preprint database medRxiv awaiting peer review now confirms that UVC also eliminates SARS-CoV-2. *
Our sanitizer traps virus by the HEPA filter and kills the virus by the UVC light.
*Does UV light kill the new coronavirus? by Donavyn Coffey [https://www.livescience.com/uv-light-kill-coronavirus.html]
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the beta coronavirus causing COVID-19, is believed to be both through direct contact and airborne routes, and studies of SARS-CoV-2 stability have shown viability in aerosols for at least 3 hours. Given the rapid spread of the disease, including through asymptomatic carriers, it is of clear importance to explore practical mitigation technologies that can inactivate the airborne virus in public locations and thus limit airborne transmission. It is to limit airborne viral transmissions and is to inactivate them within a short time of their production. It is effective in this context but, used directly, can be a health hazard to skin and eyes. The filter box in our air sanitize complete enclose the UVC lights and limit the light leakage.