Air Purifiers work by drawing in air with a fan into a unit that is placed within a room. As air is passed through the unit, filters capture any particles and pollutants so that clean air is pushed back into the room.
The general purpose of an Air Purifier is to ensure that air that is breathed by occupants of a room or building is clean & more healthy. But indoor air can be affected by multiple factors, such as odours, dust and germs. Air Purifiers are used to remove these contaminants from the air to create a safer and more pleasant environment.
The Benefits of an Air Purifier
Creates a Safer Environment
Filters Air Pollutants
Creates a More Comfortable Environment
What makes AP BIO Air Purifier FläktGroup from different?
AP BIO air purifiers have been developed by FläktGroup so that they are fitted with ePM1 50% (F7) and HEPA H14 filters with high filtration efficiency and coated with a bio-decontaminating active substance (AirFend™) which will neutralize viruses; including Sars CoV-2 responsible for Covid-19.
Other air purifiers generally known on the market are usually effective in filtering and improving the overall air quality and can be installed in rooms where filtration is usually not possible, but they do not protect 100% against viruses. Other air purifiers can indeed offer high air renewal rate and high filtration, meaning that viruses are captured and filtered but they will still remain active.
Depending on the air flow rate used (which is adjustable) of the AP BIO air purifier, it can treat different volumes of air associated with the size of each room(bedrooms, recovery rooms, resuscitation rooms, offices, schools, nurseries, etc.). It can also process ISO classified areas. With the AP BIO Air Purifier, you can also purify a defined area in a few minutes in deactivation mode (ex: leave the air purifier at a flow rate of 2400 m3/h for 5 min to purify an area of 60 m2).
The AP BIO is available in 3 sizes and can easily be moved around the indoor space since it has wheels. This unit will be a perfect addition to your indoor space and is well suited for hospital rooms, offices, restaurants and other applications where people should be protected from the spread of airborne pollutants and viruses.
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