Air purification

Salus 210 by Valdo Technic works by moving the air through the unit, killing viruses, fungi and bacteria in the air passing through the unit virtually completely (99.99%). In HEPA & UVC mode, the unit operates without the ultrasonic nebulizer. The intake filtered air is disinfected by UVC lamps using reflection technology as it passes through the unit.

The machine provides air disinfection in two steps:

Step 1:
A HEPA 13 (High Efficiency Particulate Air filter) filters the air flowing through the unit with 99.92% efficiency. This filters out all particles larger than 0.3 microns, including dust particles and pollen particles.

Step 2:
Any particles that remain on the HEPA filter (which can be viable for a long time) are effectively destroyed by using 100% UV-C radiation on the filter surface. The air passing through the filter is also disinfected by UV-C radiation, making it completely clean and germ-free. The air passing through the device is discharged into the air of the room where the device is operated completely purified.

The UV-C light kills any bacteria, viruses or fungal spores that have been irradiated by the energy absorbed.

SALUS 210 is equipped to purify air reliably and permanently with a capacity of 1500 m3/hour. To achieve maximum air purification efficiency, the air in enclosed spaces must be circulated through the unit 2-3 times per hour. SALUS 210 can be used to disinfect the air in a room with a ceiling height of 3 m and a maximum floor area of 200 m2.

Air purifiers that use H13 class, so-called high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters, are able to filter out viruses or the finest virus-laden droplets. Class F7 - F9 filters commonly used in ventilation systems are not able to do this.