To sanitize the air of large rooms, allow people to coexist, give breath to a healthier and more aware sociality.
Puricraft sanitizers capture viruses and bacteria by killing them with the radiation of UVC-Pro lamps, returning safe and fresh air.
The UVC-Pro Sanitizer has no filter. So it doesn't have to be changed, it doesn't have to be replaced, it doesn't release bacteria.
The linear and simple design, and the resistant materials, make them versatile and ideal for any environment, giving it a unique character thanks to the industrial feeling and the iconic operating lever.
UV-C dose required to eliminate SARS-CoV-2 in air*
UV-C dose needed to eliminate Escherichia coli
UV-C dose needed to eliminate Salmonella Typhimurium
UV-C dose needed to eliminate Staphylococcus Aureus and Legionella pneumophila
UV-C dose released by Puricraft PRO UV-C
Puricraft UVC PRO is an air sanitizer that can be used in residential and commercial environments. It is available in 2 versions, which differ in size and in the available air sanitization programs.
UVC PRO 159 is larger in size (1567 x 160 x 185 mm) and provides 3 types of air sanitization, which are connected to 3 fan speeds. UVC PRO 108 is smaller in size (1087 x 115 x 140 mm) and provides 2 different types of air sanitization (connected to 2 fan speeds).
UVC PRO 159, the largest device, has a maximum flow rate of 140 m³ / h. UVC PRO 108, smaller in size, has a maximum flow rate of 50 m³ / h.
By managing the device via APP, it is possible to program the sanitation cycles based on the size of the room. In any case, UVC PRO covers a room up to 50 m². In case the room is bigger it is necessary to install more devices. At least one every 50 m².
The UVC PRO air sanitizers are installed on the wall and to function correctly they must be at a distance of at least 30 cm from the ceiling and side walls and at a minimum height of 200 cm from the floor.
A UVC lamp typically has a lifespan of approximately 9,000 hours of operation.
Through the Puricraft app it is possible to check the useful life of the lamps. In any case, the device signals by means of a red LED the moment in which the lamps must be replaced.