UV Air Purifier
Looking for one purifier that does it all? The comprehensive UV Air Purifier employs all the technologies: HEPA, carbon, UV light and ionization. Phase 1 removes larger particulates. Phase 2 uses gas-absorbing activated zeolite to remove hydrocarbons, pesticides, VOCs, formaldehyde, solvents, chlorine and cleaning chemicals. Phase 3 strips air of odors and low-level gases with activated carbon. Phase 4 sends air through a HEPA filter that removes allergens, smoke particles and other pollutants. In the final phase, the air passes through UV light that kills bacteria and viruses. Infrared motion sensors control speed to reduce operating costs when rooms are unoccupied. A chemical sensor monitors air quality and alerts you to buildup of dangerous contaminants such as carbon monoxide. Indicator light signals filter change. Uses 110W on high. 18"H x 21½"W x 8"D. 23 lbs. USA.
The UV Air Purifier Replacement Kit includes all filters and UV bulb for replacement every year.
Please note: An additional shipping charge of $15 applies due to the size of this item.
Replacement kit includes all filters and UV bulb for replacement every year.
Due to the size of this item, a delivery surcharge of $15 will be applied to the order of the UV Air Purifier (01-0137) for standard delivery. Can be shipped to customers in the contiguous U.S. only. Cannot be shipped to P.O. boxes. Express delivery not available.
Carbon: removes common household odors from cleaners, paints, solvents and other chemical substances.
HEPA = High Efficiency Particulate Air: filter traps tiny airborne particles. Rated 99.97% removal at 0.3 microns in size.
Ion = Ionization: ions attract and attach themselves to airborne irritants, including smoke, dander and bacteria. The irritants are then drawn into the filter or dropped to the ground, out of the air.
UV = Ultraviolet Light: when exposed to UV, bacteria and viruses are killed on contact. *Volatile Organic Compounds
¹Life expectancy of any air filter media is dependent on the concentration of the contaminants to which the system is exposed.