Removes up to 99.98% of viruses and aerosols from the air
Filters up to 120 m3/h.
Maximum purification area 14m2. Minimum area 9m2.
Filters up to 210 m3/h.
Maximum purification area 25m2. Minimum area 14m2.
Filters up to 360 m3/h.
Maximum purification area 48m2. Minimum area 28m2.
Filters up to 510 m3/h.
Maximum purification area 73m2. Minimum area 42m2.
An air purifier will improve the quality of the indoor air by purifying the air. The purpose of this device is to remove the spread of harmful substances (gases and particles). This prevents long-term allergic reaction, asthma or lung-related complaints. Children, the elderly and lung patients in particular benefit from an air purifier.
These devices can also be purchased as a preventive reason by people who have no specific problems but who want to protect their health and that of their environment. An air purifier is therefore primarily a device that is aimed at combating air pollution and the daily improvement of indoor air quality. Ventilation is often confused with this, but it is therefore another principle of an air purifier.
Benefits of an air purifier
Air purifiers remove up to 99.98% of dust, aerosoles, bacteria, allergens and odours from the air. this creates a clean and comfortable living and breathing atmosphere decreasing complaints of hay fever and astma.
Suitable for rooms from 9m² up to 510 m²
The solution for your clean air
3 stage filtration.
- H13 HEPA-filter
- Activated carbon filter
kills bacteria & viruses.
*only on models:
AP2006, AP3006, AP6006
In most cases, we recommend placing an air purifier in the bedroom, as this is where most of the time is spent. Please note that mobile purifiers are primarily designed to purify the air in one room.
In recent years, there has been an increasing demand for an air purifier because there are more problems in the indoor air. People want to run less of a health risk and so they are looking for a solution. An air purifier offers a solution for this and it has even been proven that it contributes to health improvement. Moreover, they are often appliances that are ready to plug in and consume little energy.
The right solution for every area
To make sure you make the right choice you have to decide for which area you would like to use the air purifier. the size of the room is crucial to get the best performance out of your air purifier. please check the specifics per air purifier type.
Removes up to 99.9% of viruses and aerosols from the air
2nd: H13 HEPA-filter
3: Activated carbon filter
Kills bacteria & viruses
4: Photocatalyst UV light
How it works
The Schwarzwald air purifier sucks in the surrounding air from inlet perforations in the back. Air travels through the removable pre-filters placed in the machine, which catch and trap larger airborne particles and dust.
A powerful fan pushes the pre-filtered air down into the H13 HEPA and creates a high static air pressure which is a necessity to allow for sufficient air flow through the high quality H13 HEPA filter and enables a large air cleaning capacity.
3. H13 HEPA FILTER
The H13 HEPA filter traps, bacteria, viruses and smaller airborne particles and pollutants become on its inner surface.
4. ACTIVE CARBON FILTER UV LIGHT
The active carbon filter with UV light destroys unpleasant odors and breaks down the DNA and RNA of pathogens and thereby inactivates them. This continuous disinfection process ensures that the Schwarzwald air purifier is always safe to operate and maintain.
Before large volumes of clean air are released via the top vent of the air purifier ionizer negatively charges the air with up to 200.000 ions per second.