Antimicrobial Air Filters

Welcome to the next generation in Antimicrobial Air Filters that help protect the things that matter the most to you.

What are the benefits

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Money Saver

Replacement filters cost less than that of replacement UVC lamps

Environmentally Friendly

SafeAir ANTIMICROBIAL FILTERS are safe and pose no threat to people or the environment

Efficient

Washable pre-filters ensure efficiency and extend the life of the ANTIMICROBIAL Filters

Antibacterial

TRI-ACTIVE ANTIMICROBIAL Filters trap and kill bacteria and viruses in a single pass, unlike most UVGI units that need several passes or multiple lamps to achieve the same result.

How does it work

These purifiers are fitted with a specialized Tri-Active Antimicrobial Filter and categorized as a carbon filter with Graphene and Carbon Nanotube incorporating integrated fans. The Tri-Active Antimicrobial Filter ensures that bacteria and viruses passing through the filtration system are trapped, damaged and destroyed by the sharp edges of the graphene. The Razor-sharp edges of the graphene perforate the bacteria or virus cell wall, causing the cell to die.

In addition, the Carbon Filter is electrified with and charged with 24V over the entire surface of the filter creating further static electricity and negative Ion protection.

Like the UVGI devices, the Antimicrobial devices was specifically designed to purify and revitalize indoor air. These effective devices have been designed to pro-actively control & reduce the transmission of pathogens such as airborne bacteria, viruses and fungi as well as yeast and mould spores. These devices also neutralize known Carcinogens that pollute indoor air such as Volatile Organic Compounds VOCs, Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and second-hand tobacco smoke. Additionally, to this they remove unpleasant odour particles and eliminate Sick Building Syndrome (SBS)

Antimicrobial Air Filters

SafeAir Tri-Active Antimicrobial Ceiling Mount Air Purifiers have been designed to circulate and draw in air from the room which pass through the TRI-ACTIVE ANTIMICROBIAL filter to reduce and kill airborne microbes – bacteria, viruses and pollutants. SafeAir Tri-Active Antimicrobial Filters ensure that bacteria and viruses passing through the filter are trapped and damaged by the sharp edges of the graphene. The razor sharp edges of the graphene perforate the bacteria or virus cell wall, causing the cell to die. The ANTIMICROBIAL filter is electrified with low current pulsating
electronics, evenly distributing current and static voltage across the
surface of the filter.

The air is drawn through the panel utilizing fans, either incorporated into the SafeAir ceiling mount TRI-ACTIVE ANTIMICROBIAL unit or within an HVAC system. Bacteria and viruses that are drawn through with the air are trapped and damaged by the sharp edges of the graphene and the current ensures that these trapped microorganisms die, preventing the filter from becoming a breeding ground for disease.Ionization and static electricity are evenly distributed across the surface of the filter, this attracts more airborne particles which reduce allergens detrimental to asthma and sinusitis sufferers

Factors to be considerd

Factors to be considered for the area to be protected:

Step 1: Determine the risk of the target area (High, medium or low risk)

Step 2: M3 – Air volume of the area

Step 3: Placement consideration of the units

High risk areas require 12 air changes per hour / Medium risk areas require 6 air changes per hour / Low risk area requires 4 air changes per hour.

Determination of number of units required:

A/55=n (“A” is the M3 air volume and “n” is the number of units required)

High Risk:       A/55=n

Medium Risk:  A/55=n / 2

Low Risk:        A/55=n / 3

 

Individual specifications:

Factors to be considered for the area to be protected:
Step 1: Determine the risk of the target area (High, medium or low risk)
Step 2: M3 – Air volume of the area
Step 3: Placement consideration of the units

High risk areas require 12 air changes per hour / Medium risk areas require 6 air changes per hour / Low risk area requires 4 air changes per hour.

Determination of number of units required:

A/55=n (“A” is the M3 air volume and “n” is the number of units required)

High Risk:       A/55=n

Medium Risk:  A/55=n / 2

Low Risk:        A/55=n / 3

 

 

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