Airocide is so scientifically advanced it doesn’t use filters. Airocide draws in harmful airborne pathogens and forces them into a densely packed matrix of highly reactive catalysts that are activated by a high-intensity 254-nanometer light. The reaction destroys these harmful pathogens on contact. Nothing is captured so there is nothing to clean. All that exits is crisp, clear air, with zero ozone emissions.
Our patented bioconversion process grabs fungi, mould, viruses, bacteria and more and disassembles them at their molecular level. Airocide also clears the air of virtually 100% of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) – the harmful gases emitted by products like aerosol sprays, cleaning supplies, disinfectants, hobby supplies, dry-cleaned clothing, building materials, paints and paint thinner, strippers, pesticides and even air fresheners.
The only maintenance needed is to replace the Reaction Chambers. The unit will prompt you with an indicator light when it is time to change (about once a year).
No. It doens’t emit ozone.
The APS-300 or APS-200 is the perfect choice. Also, due to the new, high-performance HD series, the protection of the reaction chamber and the insulation of the machine, they are quieter and absolutely suitable for the continuous disinfection of the air in rooms of this size.
Continuous operation is advisable, it keeps the total germ count at a low level at all times.
The serial number is located on the side of the carton and on the back of the device next to the power cord.
First of all, we recommend placing the Airocide in the bedroom, as we spend almost most of the time there. For optimal results, place the device at a height of 120-180 cm from the floor. Do not place in a confined, enclosed space (eg bookshelf tray).
This is subjective, it also depends on whether we are talking about a person who sleeps easily or hard, but for most people, operating noise, which is similar to the noise level of an average household appliance such as a refrigerator, air conditioner, is not a problem.
The Airocide has an internal fan. Using an aerodynamic regularity (the “Coanda effect” applied to the wings of aircraft), the fan draws in air through an opening in the front of the unit, which accelerates through the reaction chamber and then leaves through the rear central outlet of the unit. With this accelerated movement, clean air can flow through the room using the least amount of energy.
The technology developed by NASA is basically based on unfiltered air purification. However, the APS-200 PM 2.5 and the new HD family have so-called protective filters thanks to continuous improvements. In the case of the APS-200 PM 2.5, the goal is more effective protection against dust and suspended particles. And the new HD industrial products provide a solution for environments with heavily polluted air, where extremely high concentrations of dust, grease, and pollen occur, ensuring protection of the reaction chamber and maximum performance with this protective filter.
The Airocide home product line can be used in any space, from single smaller rooms to larger living rooms (offices, waiting rooms, surgeries).
The equipment of the company’s product line is also suitable for keeping the airspace of very large warehouses, halls, sports halls and airports clean. In order to achieve the desired disinfection effect, it may be necessary to install several devices in one room.