Smart Air Purifiers for Hospitals
COVID-19 Protection for Staff and Patients
How Air Purifiers Trap COVID-19
A common concern is whether HEPA filters can filter viruses like the COVID-19 coronavirus. Science proves, air purifiers that contain HEPA filters or even lower grade filters can capture virtually all sizes of solid particles, including particles 0.06 to 0.14 microns in diameter – or the same size as the coronavirus. Want to learn more?
The Sqair Air Purifier
Perfect air purifier for patient rooms in hospitals
CADR 315 m³/hr
Ideal for bedrooms
HEPA life span
The Blast Air Purifiers
- Up to 85 sqm
- CADR: 585 m³/hr
- H13 HEPA (99,95%)
- Up to 130 sqm
- CADR: 890 m³/hr
- H13 HEPA (99,95%)
Effectively traps particles as small as 0.005 μm
Clean air is especially important to crowded hospitals and medical facilities. Smart Air HEPA filter remove up to 99.9% of above and below 0.3 microns, PM10 and even 0.005 micron particles.Learn more
More than 50+ hospitals in Asia breathe Smart Air
Why Hospitals Choose Smart Air
Smart Air’s purifiers are powerful with high CADR ratings. Therefore, Smart Air’s purifiers, such as the Blast, are suitable for large areas that are common in hospitals. Subsequently, the Blasts’s clean air output is 50% greater than most purifiers on the market for a fraction of the price.
Monitor Air Quality in Hospitals
Air pollution and high PM2.5 ratings are rising issues in Thailand. Especially pregnant women, the elderly, children, and people with health conditions are vulnerable to dirty air. Kaiterra air quality readers provide accurate and fast detection of air pollution and help to keep hospitals a safe zone.
Display and manage air quality
The Kaiterra dashboard lets hospitals display and share air quality with visitors, relatives, and medical staff. Track connectivity, trends to analyze historical data to identify issues and optimize the hospitals environment.
Are Smart Air purifiers better than other air purifiers?
Our air purifiers work on the same principle as any other brand’s air purifiers. However, we’re the only air purifier company in the world that is transparent with its data and that doesn’t deny the fact that air purifiers consist of little more than fans and filters. We don’t make air purifiers overcomplicated and overprized by adding useless gimmicks to them. Our machines are honest, fully data-backed and streamlined to do one thing: cleaning air. And they do this one thing really well.
Do Smart Air purifiers filter the coronavirus (Covid-19)?
HEPA filter air purifiers like Smart Air’s have been shown to filter out COVID-19 viruses, and lower transmission. See the data and learn how to protect yourself now.
What else do Smart Air purifiers filter?
Our HEPA filters capture all kinds of particles ranging from 0.005 μm (nanoparticles) to 30 μm (pollen). This includes virus, bacteria, PM2.5, PM10, pet allergens, dust, and mold.
Our Carbon filters absorb VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) such as formaldehyde, paint thinners, petroleoum fuels, or dry cleaning agents. Carbon filters also remove odors.
Of note: Not everyone needs carbon filters that’s why all our air purifiers come without them by default. We want our users to decide by themselves if they want carbon or not.
Find in-depth explanations on both filter types here.
How long is the warranty?
We provide 2 year warranty on all air purifiers for manufacturing defects. 1 year warranty applies to our air quality monitors.
Are Medical Grade Air Purifiers Required For Hospitals?
No. Turns out, the term medical grade air purifiers are more of a marketing gimmick than anything else. Normal, HEPA filter air purifiers can filter viruses.
Read more: What Are Medical Grade Air Purifiers?
Are air purifiers with UV-light and Ionizers required for hospitals?
These again are marketing gimmicks to get you to purchase a more expensive purifier. UV light air purifiers are too weak to kill viruses quick enough and can damage HEPA filters. Ionizers are also too weak to make a difference, and can produce harmful ozone.
How many air purifiers are needed to filter the coronavirus (Covid-19)?
The CDC recommends 6-12 air changes per hour when dealing with viruses or other airborne infections. Therefore, the CADR rating (given in cubic feet per minute or cubic meters per hour) of the air purifier should be at least six times the volume of the hospital area being used in.