Prevent colds and flu from going viral with MedicAir air purifier for flu virus
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Fight infections with an air purifier for colds and flu
Looking for an air purifier for the flu and colds? Catching a seasonal illness like the common cold or flu can sometimes feel inevitable, especially in the winter months. But an air purifier for flu and colds can help to stop the spread of these viruses, leading to fewer sick days and a better sense of wellbeing. Using medical-grade HEPA and carbon filters, our MedicAir air purifiers trap cold and flu particles and eliminate them with an internal UV-C light. This means you can still keep windows closed in the cooler months while improving the air quality in your home or office.
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Our air purifiers for flu and colds use medical-grade filters as the first line of defence against pollutants.
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Medical-grade filters are the first line of defence against pollutants in an indoor environment. MedicAir's HEPA air purifiers contain filters with large surface areas that have an anti-microbial coating to filter out harmful airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns. They also contain activated carbon filters to filter out gasses, chemicals, odours and other pollutants.
Natural airborne killers
MedicAir air purifiers also contain a powerful ultraviolet light that kills 99.99% of all bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. This gives you an additional layer of protection against pollutants in the home or office. Experts created MedicAir's UV light technology to give you premium air quality at a reasonable price when combined with its medical-grade filtration system.
By using an air purifier for flu virus, you can significantly reduce the airborne particles that carry the flu, making your indoor environment safer.
MedicAir filters out the bad stuff...
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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