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Air Purifier

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Purification System that Kills Viruses

The Purifier is derived from NASA research and is adapted for daily use. It is an innovative technology designed for space programs, with the aim of removing contaminants on board the International Space Station and, in general, spacecraft.

The United States government has chosen this technology to decontaminate the Pentagon and Ground Zero in NYC. A significant choice in terms of its proven effectiveness.


- Sanitizes air and surfaces, attacking contaminants.
- Destroys over 99.97% of particles larger than or equal to 0.1 microns.
- Effective against: bacteria, viruses, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), dust, odors, tobacco smoke, mites, fungi and molds present in the air and on surfaces.
- Eliminates the factors that cause allergies, asthma and irritations.
- Covers up to 185.8 m2.
- Acts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


- Uses purifier © Technology derived from technology designed and used by NASA on the International Space Station.
- Uses a sealed filter superior to HEPA standards.


- Holds a Certified Space Technology issued by the Space Foundation.
- It is registered with the Ministry of Health as a medical device.
- It is CE marked and complies with European directives 93/42 / EC; 2007/47 / EC; 2006/42 / EC; 2014/35 / EU; 2011/65 / EC; 2012/19 / EU; 2001/95 / EC.
- Tax deduction is not allowed.
- Tax deduction for people with disabilities is not allowed.
- On sale, it is accompanied by the Declaration of Conformity in accordance with the laws in force in Europe.
- Holds the Energy Star Certificate.

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Acts on 3 categories of indoor air pollution"

Allergens and fine dust

They are usually found in most homes:

Dust and pollen
Mold and fungus
Mold was damp
Tobacco smoke
Smoke from burning wood Exhaust gas Dust mites
Pet allergies
Insect residues

Possible health consequences:

Nasal rhinorrhea
Irritation of the nose and throat
Coughing and wheezing
Asthma attacks

Infectious agents

They are usually found in the air and on surfaces:

Bacterial infections Streptococcus Pneumococcus Legionella Tuberculosis
Viral infections
Cold Pneumonia
Respiratory syncytial virus


Possible health consequences:


Throat and ear infections
Upper respiratory tract infections

Toxic substances

They are found in paints, plastic objects, carpets etc.

From most houses
Toluene and benzene
Tobacco smoke
Mycotoxins (toxic mold)
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)


Possible health consequences:

Memory gaps Mild depression Pulmonary dysfunction
Blurred vision Migraine


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