5-year manufacturer's warranty
30-day money-back guarantee
HEPA standard: proven efficacy
HEPA stands for “High Efficiency Particulate Air". HEPA filters meet EU standards. This standard serves to certify that it can filter in only one pass at least 99.97% of particles with a diameter greater than or equal to 0.01 μm. H13 corresponds to the filter type and certifies a minimum efficiency of 99.95% for all particles combined.
HEPA filter H13: a natural purification
AIRVIA Medical selected its HEPA filter for its efficiency as well as for its components. It combines the power of activated charcoal and bamboo fibre to capture bad odours, pollutants coming from cigarette smoke, VOCs and all fine particles.
A filter to protect you even from viruses
The air we breathe is filled with bacteria, fungi and viruses. Our body’s immune system usually fights them off successfully, but a little stress or fatigue can tilt the scale in our disfavour. AIRVIA Medical’s HEPA filter removes all of these harmful molecules before they can reach you.
A filter to fight your allergies
HEPA filters are known for their ability to thoroughly capture pollen, cat hair and dust mites. HEPA filters are used in medical practices, clinics, hospitals, laboratories and research centres, as well as in the world of computing.
Lightweight, compact, and environmentally-friendly
Our AIRVIA Medical filter can be bought individually on our website. Lightweight, compact and yet robust, it consists of a plastic strapping, a metal grid, and several layers of activated charcoal and plant fibre. It only needs to be replaced once a year.
AIRVIA Medical wants you to be able to benefit from our technological innovations without having to be a tech expert. Therefore we designed our air purifier’s filter so that it can be changed easily and quickly by anyone.
|Composition of the mutli-layer filter||:||- Pre-filter
- Bamboo filter
- HEPA H13 filter
- Activated carbon filter
|Weight and dimensions||:||3.6 kg
155x260x600 mm (inside diameter x outside diameter x height)
|Lifespan||:||1 year on average|