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Air filter unit EIR1000®
for healthcare facilitieswith HEPA filter

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Characteristics

Type of filtration
air
Applications
for healthcare facilities
Other characteristics
with HEPA filter

Description

Tests of the EIR performed on viruses having the same genetic structure as COVID-19, have achieved a successful result over 99.95% The importance of clean, healthy indoor air has never been more important than it is today. Small particles (aerosols) are formed by talking, coughing, and sneezing, and can hang in the air for extended periods of time. These particles then circulate rooms by both air current and movements. Breathing in this contaminated air increases the risk of the continued spread of viruses. EIR is designed to circulate the indoor air at least 3 times an hour depending upon the building ceiling height and floor area. The EIR UVC series achieves a 99.95% kill rate on a single pass. The possibilities with EIR truly are endless, we regularly see the unit being used in closed areas such as shopping centres, stores, hospitals, offices, airports, and clinics. To inactivate airborne viruses, indoor air combined with UVC disinfection units are particularly effective in preventing further spread. The EIR UVC series provides clean air indoors ensuring improved safety for everyone. Our UVC emitters which operate at 253.7nm eradicate bacteria, viruses and all known pathogens when they are exposed to a sufficiently high dose of ultraviolet light, ensuring that the DNA and RNA are damaged and can therefore no longer replicate. The air is then passed through the HEPA filter, resulting in clean air being forced back into the room itself.

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