Airborne Infection Control

The Medixair UV air steriliser will remove all bacteria and viruses from the air in your home, workplace or hospital. With clinically proven, award winning technology medixair will protect you and those you care for.

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Powerful sterilisation with UV Light

At 253.7nm, UV-C radiation penetrates the nucleus of microorganisms, disrupting their DNA. This destroys the ability of the organism to reproduce; effectively rendering it harmless.

High UV-C exposure

HIGH UV-C EXPOSURE

Controlled air speed

CONTROLLED AIR SPEED

Easy installation

EASY INSTALLATION

Easy to use and service

EASY TO USE AND SERVICE

Where medixair is used

Medical

Dental Practices

Care Homes

Offices

Hospitality

…and more!


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medixair vs. the alternatives

HEPA Filter

  • Collects not kill
  • Do not catch small viruses
  • Acts as secondary site of infection
  • Require special measures when changing
  • Can become blocked

Medixair

  • Destroys bacteria and viruses
  • Works continuously
  • No secondary sources

Ioniser

  • Work by creating free radicals and precipitation
  • Organisms not always killed
  • Precipitation will contaminate surfaces
  • High voltages will create harmful ozone and hydroxyl radicals

Medixair

  • Ozone Free
  • Destroys bacteria and viruses
  • No secondary sources
  • Completely user safe

Cold Plasma

  • New technology still being researched
  • High voltages create ozone & free hydroxyl radicals
  • High voltage causes interaction with dust creating flashes

Medixair

  • Ozone Free
  • Technology Established for over 150 years
  • Completely user safe

Photocatalytic Oxidation

  • Ozone
  • Free hydroxyl radicals

Medixair

  • Ozone Free
  • Technology Established for over 150 years
  • Completely user safe
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The Power of Medixair

The power of Medixair derives from the carefully designed geometry of the its UV sources. Four 25W fluorescent tubes create an intense field, capable of inactivation of all known bacteria and viruses.

We’re not new to this.

Beginning in 2003 a group of leading design engineers worked vigorously to optimise the performance of UVGI and in doing so created Medixair.