Rensair HEPA Air Filters

Filters With RENSAIR

RENSAIR air purifier is a hospital-grade air purifier with a 360-degree airflow that has met the Scandinavian hospital standards and is trusted by businesses globally. It has been tested by independent laboratories, including Eurofins, Norconsult, Oslo University Hospital and the Danish Technological Institute. It traps and destroys 99.97% of airborne particles, allergens, bacteria and viruses, such as the Coronavirus family, helping you ensure good health for your family and friends. RENSAIR air purifier can cover a room area of up to 2,200 square feet which makes it suitable for commercial, residential or industrial settings.

What Makes RENSAIR Air Purifier Unique?

RENSAIR HEPA filter air purifier uses patented advanced air purification technology to ensure good air quality inside houses and establishments. It utilises a HEPA H13 filter (a high tier of HEPA and is considered of medical-grade quality) to trap air particles and effectively kill bacteria and viruses using a UVC light.

How RENSAIR Air Purifier Works

RENSAIR air purifier improves indoor air quality using these four features:

  1. Pre-filters
  2. Fan
  3. HEPA H13 filter
  4. UVC light

 

  1. Pre-filters

The pre-filters act as the first line of defence against air pollutants. After activating the RENSAIR HEPA filter air purifier, it draws the surrounding air inside it, and the large airborne particles are caught in the pre-filters.

  1. Fan

A powerful fan then pushes the pre-filtered air into a HEPA air filter in the middle of the unit. This fan creates large volumes of air that boosts the unit’s cleaning capacity.

  1. HEPA H13 Filter

As the main air cleaner filter, HEPA H13 filter purifies the air from the fan and traps the smaller particles, such as allergens, bacteria, viruses and other pollutants. HEPA H13 filter is considered medical-grade and is capable of capturing up to 99.97% of fine particles (0.3 microns), keeping your lungs free from harmful pollutants.

  1. UVC Light

One of the unique features of this air purifier is that everything caught in the HEPA air filter does not just stay there, but is being killed by an 18w UVC lamp that lights the filtration area. The UVC light breaks down the DNA and RNA of pathogens, effectively disabling them. This germicidal ozone-free UVC illumination runs continuously to ensure good air quality and allow the safe removal of filters.

 

After the purification process, clean air gets released back into the room and is equally distributed using RENSAIR’s 360-degree airflow, creating good air circulation inside a house, a hospital or commercial spaces.

Filter Lifespan

RENSAIR air purifier HEPA filters’ lifespan is lengthened by the pre-filter that catches large particles first before sending the finer ones to the HEPA H13 filter. A change of air cleaner filter is recommended after 9000 hours of continuous use. This is equivalent to 1 year of usage before a replacement filter is needed.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What Is a HEPA?

A HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) is an industry standard that rates the levels of a filter’s capacity to catch airborne particles. This is classified according to the efficiency of capturing pollutants of various sizes.

Is a HEPA H13 Filter Different From a True HEPA filter?

HEPA H13 filter is a type of True HEPA filter that is capable of catching 99.97% of particles up to 0.3 microns (the smallest particle size that enters the lungs). It is very useful in a hospital setting.

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