Registration Date 25 Sep 2016

Air Purifier


Environment Air Remediation

Air Purifier


Office Home Schools


Pre-Filter Blocks larger particles in order to prolong the life of the HEPA filter. HEPA Filter Traps particles as small as 0.3 micron (human hair is approx. 70 -100 microns in diameter) Activated Carbon Sheet This media deals with odours and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s). Ultra Violet Germicidal Lamps Kills bacteria trapped in HEPA Filter, thus no unpleasant odours typical of devices without UV light. Together with the Nano Photo-Catalytic Filter it is 300 times more efficient than the performance of activated carbon. Nano Photocatalytic Filter Decomposes harmful organic and non-organic pollutants and their components. The filter is self-cleaning and therefore does not need to be replaced. Negative Ion Generator Generates large amounts of negative ions like those that naturally occur in nature around oceans, waterfalls and thunderstorms. Low Maintenance Costs Pre Filter – Needs to be replaced every 6 months on average. However 6 replacement filters are provided with every unit when purchased. This means that no pre-filters need to be purchased for the first 3-5 years. Packs of 6 pre- filters cost $66. HEPA and Activated Carbon Filter – Lasts 3-5 years on average and costs $88 to replace. UV Lamps – Last around 8000 hours on average and cost $99 to replace. The Nano Photocatalytic filter is self cleaning and therefore never needs to be replaced. Other Features All air purifier systems are supplied with a remote control unit for ease of use. This air purifier is very quiet and the noise level is 35 – 50 db depending on whether it is set on low, medium or high. Technical Specifications: Power: 70 W Dimensions: 18.5 x 40 x 50 cm Weight: 6.8 kg Noise Level: 35 – 50 db Air Flow: 60 – 180 m3 / hour Timer: 1, 2, 4, 8 hours Colour: Silver Warranty: 12 months

Anti-pollution Air Purification

Manufacturer's Description

The most advanced and effective air purification system available for homes and offices in Australia.
We breathe up to 15,000 – 18,000 litres of air a day.
Most air particulates (98.5%) are between 0 – 1 micron in size and cannot be seen with the naked eye.
In order to get rid of the smallest of particulates (Ultra Fines below 0.1 micron in size) like viruses, cigarette smoke and diesel exhaust fumes it is necessary to incorporate highly specialised filtering mechanisms. To give you an idea of size – about 400 dots 1 micron in size will fit into the full stop at the end of this sentance.
In many homes, offices, schools and childcare centres stale air is continuously recirculated and this is often why 1 sick person can infect so many others.
Viruses and in particular the Swine Flu virus is easily spread. This air filter is capable of filtering the virus and placing new clean air back into the indoor space. This will help control the spread of the virus.
Air conditioners and heaters do not have filters that will purify the air effectively as they are designed to condition the air and not to filter it. Most either don’t have a filter or have one that will filter out larger dust particulates only.
Very few air purifiers are effective at filtering out ultra fine particles which have the highest potential of causing harm as they penetrate into the deepest part of our lungs.
Air passes through 5 different filtration media and then dispersed back into the indoor air.