UVITA Air purifier
MULTIFUNCTIONAL AIR PURIFIER “UVITA”
- Effective filtration of solid particles from 0.1 to 0.3 microns
- Disinfection area up to 65 m2, the degree of disinfection reaches 99.9%
- UV sterilization lamp and Ti02 technology to inhibit the growth of microorganisms
- The service life of a highly efficient HEPA filter is at least one year
7 stages of cleaning
The function of the pre-filter is to trap coarser dust, thus preserving and extending the life of subsequent filters (usually followed by a HEPA filter, activated carbon, etc.).
Active photocatalyst filter TiO2 ECO-DE®:
The TiO2 filter is a grid formed from a TiO2 material. It is based on the principle of the properties of titanium dioxide.
ECO-DE® activated carbon filter:
Activated carbon filter.
ECO-DE® ultraviolet light:
Ultraviolet rays destroy microorganisms, viruses and bacteria.
ECO-DE® ozone system:
Ideal for dealing with allergy problems, sensitivity to pollen, dust, mites, bacteria, viruses and fungi.
ECO-DE® ion system:
The air ionizer generates negative ions, which gives several advantages, for example, the feeling of breathing air similar to fresh air after a storm.
ECO-DE® HEPA filter:
Highly effective H12 filter for the retention of microorganisms reduces the amount of tobacco smoke and, mainly, bacteria and microbes.
a method of air purification from viruses, bacteria, mold, allergens and volatile organic compounds which is used in household cleaners, air conditioners and supply ventilation units.
The fundamental difference between a photocatalytic filter and other air purification filters is that it does not trap or accumulate pollutants inside but destroys them. It does not need to be changed, like a carbon filter that absorbs impurities.
What pollutants does the photocatalytic filter purify the air from?
Bacteria and mold. The photocatalytic filter is effective against bacteria and mold spores that are in the air.
Viruses. Also, photocatalytic filters decompose pathogenic viruses, so they are used in medical institutions.
Odors and VOCs. Photocatalytic filters remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs), some of which cause unpleasant odors. For example, the smell of tobacco smoke or "repair" is a consequence of the increased concentration of VOCs in the room.
Allergens. Purifying the air with photocatalysis will help allergy sufferers. The filter destroys allergens of plant and animal origin which are easily spread through the air.
Principle of operation:
- Photocatalysis allows to decompose organic compounds into carbon dioxide and water. This process is used in photocatalytic air purification filters.
- The oxidation process takes place inside the photocatalytic filter for air purification, and titanium dioxide (TiO2) is used as the photocatalyst.
- Titanium dioxide has been used for over 100 years and is valued for its UV resistance and non-toxic properties. TiO2 is a well-known pigment and paint base. The substance is completely safe, therefore it is actively used for the production of many products that we use every day: plastic, paper, cosmetics, medicines, as well as for industrial water and air purification.
- The principle of operation of the photocatalytic filter is as follows: the surface of the filter is covered with a layer of titanium dioxide of molecular thickness, the rays of the UV lamp which is located inside the filter are directed at it.
- When light is absorbed, titanium oxide forms strong oxidizing agents that destroy pollutants that fall on the coating surface. Room temperature is sufficient for the reaction. As a result, the substances on the surface decompose into harmless components - carbon dioxide and water.
- The compounds are formed in such small volumes that water molecules instantly evaporate on the surface of the filter, and the production of carbon dioxide is comparable to the release of CO2 by indoor plants.
- Solids (pollen particles, microorganisms) or gaseous compounds (odors, VOCs) react in the filter with the catalyst. The rate of these reactions depends on the surface area of the reacting substances: the larger it is, the faster the catalysis proceeds.