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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
Developed by medical doctors, MedicAir HEPA air purifiers contain powerful HEPA and Carbon filters as well as a UV light to catch and kill airborne viruses, bacteria and pollutants.
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.
All MedicAir medical-grade air purifiers come in a range of sizes, and offer industry-leading airflow through large HEPA filters. This makes them the perfect option for whatever size your space.
MedicAir is proud to be a part of the NHS Supply Chain, making our innovative air purification solutions readily available to healthcare facilities across the United Kingdom. Being on the NHS Supply Chain framework allows for streamlined procurement processes, making it easier for hospitals and healthcare organizations to access our medical-grade air purifiers.
MedicAir takes immense pride in being the chosen air purification solution for over 25 NHS Trusts across the United Kingdom. As a trusted partner, we provide medical-grade air purifiers that deliver clean and healthy air in healthcare facilities, ensuring the well-being of patients, staff, and visitors. Our advanced technology, combined with rigorous testing by world-renowned independent laboratories, has earned us the trust and confidence of these NHS Trusts. We are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of air quality to create safe and hygienic environments within hospitals, contributing to improved patient outcomes and overall healthcare excellence.
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.
What setting will MedicAir be used within?