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Luxair 2000 Air Purifier

Code: LUX01
  • $17,640.01
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The statement Air purifier for large spaces.

With a CADR of 2000m3 per hour this is a great unit for large spaces such as receptions/ballrooms/event rooms Air projection is 35m from the unit ensuring clean air gets to all areas of the room. With medical grade True HEPA 14 FILTRATION & UVC Light, this is a great option to displaying your commitment to improving air quality and increasing the air changes in poorly ventilated spaces. Customisable with a Large Plasma Screen to display both live air quality and advertisements to allow you to recoup investment Suitable for indoor areas of up to 250m2 (2700 sq ft)

Customer satisfaction is of utmost importance to the team at Zonitise – we want to ensure you’re happy with the items you’ve purchased from us.

We accept returns providing the products are unopened and unused. Goods may be returned for a refund or exchanged within 14 days of receiving your order. Please note return postage will not be funded by Zonitise and a 5% restocking charge will be applied. If the products are faulty or were sent in error we will provide you with a postage label to return the item/s back to us.

Zonitise will not accept returns for open or used items, unless the item is faulty.

Please return your items to:

Zonitise Returns
Synergy House, Fakenham Road, Norwich, NR9 5SP

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Air Purifier Specification
CADR (Quantity of purified Air)2000 m3/hr
Rated Output1027w
Filter TechnologyHEPA 14 with activated carbon and pre-filtration
Filter ClassHEPA 14
Noise level65dB
Product Dimensions1000x2300x660mm
Net Weight430kg
Air Quality SensorYES
Filter Life12 Months
UV DisinfectionOptional
Mobile App, SMART Wi-FiYES
OEM for large corporatesYES
Technical
How does an Air Purifier work?

The most common way an air purifier works is to draw air from a given space, such as a living room, into the unit and then have it pass through several layers of filtering devices within the unit and then have it recycled and released back into the room, through a vent from the unit, as clean or purified air.

What does HEPA Stand for?

High-Efficiency Particulate Air. A HEPA filter is made of different kids of fibres. It is designed to capture particles with great efficiency. A HEPA filter can remove more than 99.97% of microns down to 0.03 microns. What does this mean? For every 10,000 particles entering the HEPA filter, an average of 3 would pass all the way through the filter.

Does a HEPA filter capture VOCs and gasses?

A HEPA air purifier filter will not capture gasses and odours. That is why activated carbon is normally used in conjunction with a HEPA filter. It will capture the pollutants, such as gasses and odours, that the HEPA filter misses

What airborne pollutants does an air purifier filter?

An air purifier uses several different filtering (purification) technologies to remove airborne pollutants such as dust, smoke, pollen, pet dander, mold & mildew spores, bacteria & viruses, and other airborne particulates as small as 0.3 microns.

Why are air purifiers needed?

Indoor air is 3-5x more polluted than outdoor air. Traditional ventilation and HVAC/Air handling systems are for human comfort, not for health & wellbeing or infection prevention. The only practical method to safely reduce airborne contamination and pollutants is by passing the air through highly efficient filters 4-6x per hour.

What are the primary sources of air pollution?

Smoke, Pollen, Dander, Mould & Mildew, Dust, Viruses, VOCs

What is a VOC?

A VOC is a volatile organic compound – a large group of chemicals found in many products such as sprays. Breathing VOCs can irritate the eyes, nose and throat, and can cause difficulty breathing and nausea, damage the central nervous system. Some VOCs can cause cancer.

What are harmful pollutants?

PM2.5 & PM10 are the most renown harmful particle sizes.

What is PM2.5?

PM2.5 are combustion particles, organic compounds, metals etc which are so small they can bypass the nose and throat and easily enter into lungs and blood stream and lead to asthma, heart attacks, bronchitis and other respiratory illnesses

What is PM10?

Dust, pollen, mould etc. Exposure to high concentrations of PM10 can result in coughing, wheezing, asthma attacks, high blood pressure, strokes and premature death.

How many air changes per hour is good?

4-6 air changes per hour is recommended.

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