The new Soluva® Air F UVC air purifier is simple, serene and strong
The in-room disinfection device is ideal for fighting COVID variants, flu and cold in schools, offices, control rooms, conference and training rooms, and other spaces needing improved indoor air quality (IAQ).
Gaithersburg, MD - Heraeus Noblelight announced today the release of the Soluva Air F, an in-room UVC air purification device designed to disinfect room air. Both the OSHA and the CDC recommend UV-C disinfection technology as an effective and safe engineering control for fighting airborne viruses. UV-C light improves IAQ providing an additional layer of protection that doesn’t rely on human behaviors such as mask wearing. Commercial building owners, property and facility managers, and building engineers can install the Soluva Air F easily and quickly to protect employees, students, patients, and customers.
A second generation in-room device, the Soluva Air F offers many improvements based on customer feedback and additional lab testing. The device is simple to use, either mounted on a wall or placed anywhere in a room using the mobile stand, and plugs into any wall outlet. Its high-quality, unobtrusive design and nearly silent operation mean it is barely noticeable, creating a serene environment in any occupied room.
The Soluva Air F uses UV-C light to effectively clean indoor air of viruses, bacteria and other pathogens. With its high air flow rate and strong UV-C lamps, it provides fast and reliable protection - with a tested virus reduction of 99.99%.
In contrast to comparable air cleaning devices, Soluva Air F works completely without chemicals, produces no ozone or other harmful by-products, and operates without filters, eliminating the need for expensive regular filter changes. And compared to upper-room UV-C devices, the Soluva Air F continuously circulates the room air through the unit to provide faster air changes per hour.
Soluva Air F is particularly suitable for shared spaces such as operations centers and control rooms, kindergartens and schools, cafés and restaurants, doctors' office waiting rooms, nursing homes, offices and retail stores.
UV disinfection is effective against viruses and their mutants
UV disinfection works by inactivating the viruses’ genetic information, which works for the original virus as well as with newly emerging mutations. UV disinfection also destroys flu viruses, cold viruses and other dangerous germs. Due to UV disinfection’s special mode of action, viruses cannot develop any resistance as can happen with chemicals.
Find more information about air purification with UV light visit www.Soluva.com.