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medicair Pro Mini
Ideal for small surgeries
Up to 3 people
Ideal for surgeries
Up to 10 people
medicair Pro Max
Ideal for wards or waiting areas
25 people plus
Help stop the spread of airborne viruses with a medical-grade air purifier with UV light from MedicAir. Designed to work in the harshest of environments, every MedicAir unit features a HEPA filter, carbon filter and UV light to kill airborne viruses and bacteria.
MedicAir’s air purifiers assist in reducing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and chemicals, such as cleaning agents and disinfectants, that may contribute to poor indoor air quality in healthcare settings and laboratories.
All MedicAir products are designed and engineered by medical professionals who know the importance of having efficient and reliable equipment when working on the front line.
By creating a cleaner and healthier workplace, MedicAir contributes to the overall well-being of healthcare staff, reducing the risk of respiratory issues, allergies, and other health concerns associated with poor air quality.
MedicAir assists GP and healthcare facilities in meeting air quality guidelines and standards set by regulatory bodies. By implementing effective air purification solutions, healthcare providers demonstrate their commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for patients and staff.
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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