Air Sterilisation

Removing Pathogens With UV

We provide high capacity air sterilisation systems to ensure the highest level of safety in our hospitals, dental practices and commercial spaces.

Low Maintenance Air Sterilisation Systems

At TION, we have developed a mobile air sterilisation system that offers a solution for clean air in hospitals, dental practices, offices and other environments where there is risk of contamination from dangerous pathogens such as COVID-19.

Our unit can be used in situ around staff with no evacuation or post-sterilisation required. The unit has a large air processing capacity of 800m3/hour which makes it perfect for larger spaces and areas of high risk.

Improving the Quality of The Air You Breathe

air steriliser for healthcare

Healthcare

A powerful, high performing air steriliser that produces cleaner air for staff and patients within minutes. Utilising UV-C technology, the unit eliminates harmful bacteria and virus spores efficiently and safely.


Dental Practices

The Viralair-UV unit is ideal for use in dental practices in waiting rooms, surgeries, and offices. Fitted with high quality castors the units can be moved around to ensure air sterilisation is achieved in the areas most required.


office air sterilisers

Offices & Shared Workspaces

The Viralair-UV is perfect for office spaces. Its large capacity and quiet operation makes it ideal for use even in quiet environments. The units can be combined to ensure the enough air changes per hour are achieved.


What are the benefits of using an air steriliser?
The Viralair-UV™ is a compact, effective solution for the sterilisation of air within enclosed spaces. It is particularly suited for use in hospitals, dental practices and offices due to its compact size yet high capacity, quiet operation, and design that allows it to be positioned around and alongside staff and patients.
  • High capacity 800m³/hour making it suitable for larger spaces
  • Quiet operation
  • No requirement for annual servicing
  • No filters to replace periodically
  • Runs while people are in the room – the UV is safely contained within the unit
  • Portable for easy transport to different areas in your building
  • Plug and play, no requirement for specialist installation or commissioning

Fighting Against Coronavirus

Our Viralair-UV™ product improves Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) by eliminating pathogens. We are 100% dedicated to helping health professionals in the fight against Coronavirus and hope that in providing such a high-quality air filtration system, we can help prevent our loved ones and health workers against the spread of COVID-19.

UV Sterilisation Vs HEPA

Whilst HEPA filtration units are a viable solution for some applications, often their design is not suited to low noise environments, or where access to specialist services are not available.

The table below outlines some of the differences between a HEPA filtered purifier and the Viralair-UV.

 
Viralair-UV HEPA Filter Purifiers
Purifiers the air
Trusted technology
Costly replacement filters -
Kills pathogens -
Requires specialist decontamination -
Low noise with high capacity -
Lightweight -

 

Product Specification

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Air Sterilisation

FEATURESPECIFICATION
Size (mm) HxWxD830 x 425 x 300
Capacity (m3/hr)≥800
Applicable room size per unit80m³
O3 concentration in air during dynamic sterilisation≤0.1mg/m3
Sound Level (dB)≤55
Temp. Range-10°C ~ 40°C
Humidity≤80%
Atmos. Press60KPa ~ 106KPa
Power consumption≤350W
Power SupplyAC 220-240V 50/60Hz
Weight+/-25Kg

Viralair UV Specification
Is UV-C effective against COVID-19?
When it comes to reducing the risk of harmful microorganisms, UV light is a proven technology. That being said, we also know that ultraviolet light can be harmful to a person’s eyes and skin. So, the question is – How is UV-C Effective Against Coronavirus and how can it be deployed safely enough to sterilise the air in a room?
Is UV-C effective against COVID-19?
When it comes to reducing the risk of harmful microorganisms, UV light is a proven technology. That being said, we also know that ultraviolet light can be harmful to a person’s eyes and skin. So, the question is – How is UV-C Effective Against Coronavirus and how can it be deployed safely enough to sterilise the air in a room?

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