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medicair Pro Mini
Ideal for small rooms
Up to 3 people
Meeting rooms & Larger Offices
Up to 10 people
medicair Pro Max
Ideal for open plan offices
25 people plus
Don’t let stale air kill your brainstorming sessions. With a MedicAir air purifier for offices, you can fill any room with clean filtered air and your minds with new ideas. Just plug in, hit start, and within a few minutes, you will be breathing in the cleanest air possible.
MedicAir takes immense pride in being trusted by Fortune 500 companies and being a preferred air purification solution in offices worldwide. Our commitment to providing high-quality air purification technology is exemplified by our partnerships with renowned organizations such as BP Oil, BAE Systems, Universal Studios, 3M, and many others. These global industry leaders have chosen MedicAir to create clean and healthy work environments for their employees.
MedicAir air purifiers are some of the quietest air purifiers on the market. That means you can enjoy clean air without suffering from the constant hum of a fan for 8 hours a day. But don’t let the quietness fool you; our units have up to double the airflow when compared to some competitors* whilst being a third quieter*.
MedicAir helps combat sick building syndrome, a condition where occupants experience health issues due to indoor air pollution, by removing harmful particles and improving overall air quality.
Unpleasant odors in offices can negatively impact productivity and employee well-being. MedicAir’s air purifiers effectively neutralize odors, creating a fresh and pleasant working environment.
By providing clean and fresh air, MedicAir contributes to enhanced focus, concentration, and productivity among office workers, creating a more conducive and efficient working environment.
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?