ILLUVIA HUAIRS

HEPA & UVC AIR

DECONTAMINATION UNIT

Illuvia® HUAIRS is a portable, low-noise, in-room HEPA and Ultraviolet Air
Treatment Unit.  It uses patented UV-C Technology to reduce airborne pathogens, recirculating 500 cubic feet per minute of air, without creating cross-currents.

Designed to reduce airborne pathogens within the operating room and minimise the risk of surgical infections, the Illuvia HUAIRS has also proven to be beneficial outside of the healthcare environment, reducing harmful pathogens in public spaces such as gyms, restaurants and offices;

1. Reduction of airborne bacterial levels, with a single-pass germicidal irradiation of 99.97% of bacteria*

2. Increased safety measures for any room

3. Removes odours and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)

*Barnes, S., Rybalko, V., ‘Crystalline UV-C Inactivation of Airborne Microorganisms: Clinical and Laboratory Analysis

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FEATURES & BENEFITS

HEPA Filter

Filter which captures dead organisms, and prevents reintroduction into environment.

Continuous Air Quality Sensor Display

Provides real time measurement and assurance of air quality.

Patented UV Photolytic Chamber

Decontaminates harmful pathogens at high air volumes.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

SCIENTIFIC DATA

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Illuvia HUAIRS Air Decontamination Unit, or to make a general enquiry.

UVC TECHNOLOGY

Constant Wave UV-C is proven to kill known pathogens. Ultraviolet (UV) light is divided into three sub-ranges, A, B, and C. UV-C encompasses the wavelength range 200-280nm and is selectively absorbed by DNA, RNA and proteins of microorganisms. Absorption of UV-C by microorganisms disrupts their DNA/RNA replication process leading to their inactivation*

*Cheng, N., Moe, P., valdez salas, B., Beltrán-Partida, E., Nedev, N. (2020). Inactivation of Enveloped Viruses (Coronavirus, H5N1 Virus) and Disinfection of the Air with Legionella-X 100 Via Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI).

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