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medicair Pro Mini
Ideal for small rooms
Up to 3 people
Ideal for classrooms
Up to 10 people
medicair Pro Max
Ideal for sports halls
25 people plus
Education provides a safe space for students to grow as people. But far too often, students are hindered by viruses, pollutants and allergens, leading to absences from school and impeding their education.
Cambridge University’s esteemed law school has chosen MedicAir as their trusted air purification solution. With a focus on providing a clean and healthy environment for their students and staff, Cambridge University recognizes the importance of high-quality air in their facilities. MedicAir’s advanced air purifiers ensure the removal of harmful particles, allergens, and pollutants, creating an optimal learning and working environment within the law school. The collaboration between MedicAir and Cambridge University showcases the commitment to excellence and prioritizing the well-being of their academic community.
MedicAir air purifiers offer some of the largest airflow on the market, meaning that more air is filtered and pumped back into the room than competitive products. This larger airflow means you can cover a larger area with a single unit helping to cut down on air pollutants and viruses in any space.
Studies show that cleaner air can help improve the learning capacity of students. That is why all of our air purifiers use a five-stage system to give you the best air quality possible and give your students the best opportunity to learn.
This virus spreads in small liquid particles that are carried through the air when an infected person breathes, talks or sneezes.
The microscopic flecks of dead skin and hair that an animal sheds is known as dander and can trigger allergic reactions in some people.
Moulds rapidly spread by producing large numbers of microscopic spores that float on air currents and which can cause respiratory irritation.
Dust contains a number of tiny particles which can cause irritation and allergic reactions, such as pollen, smoke, bacteria, ash and dead skin.
These single-cell organisms can survive on non-living surfaces and can quickly multiply, sometimes causing serious infection and disease.
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