The Airius PureAir Series is an exciting and brand new technological innovation which reduces indoor viruses and bacteria and eliminates odours from working environments delivered by Europe’s leading provider and installer of thermal destratification systems.
Throughout our history, the energy-saving destratification
systems created by the product development team here at our company have:
Airius work to the very highest standards manufacturing
and installing products suitable for deployment within medical facilities. By
doing so, we’re able to provide all clients, medical and non-medical, with the
most effective air purification and movement systems available.
In addition to the health benefits, Airius is also conscious of the need for the public and private sectors to reduce energy consumption. Our new Airius PHI system reduces CO2 emissions, heating costs, and cooling cost by between 20% and 50% following installation at clients’ premises.
In this article on the Airius PureAir Series, we’ll cover:
The Airius PureAir Series consists of two units each containing proprietary technologies:
The Airius destratification unit recirculated the heated
air which is always rising from the floor to the ceiling in customers’
premises. Air is circulated back down to the floor in a column which results in
an even temperature experience for staff and other people present from the
floor to the ceiling.
A common problem with many older air conditioning systems
is the presence of hot and cold spots within a confined area. The Airius
destratification unit eliminates those hot and cold spots which results in the
significant drop in the energy used by your current HVAC system. The two main
beneficial outcomes of the drop in HVAC electrical consumption are reduced
energy bills and lower carbon emissions.
Why the movement of air indoors is important
The quality of indoor air can be affected by moisture,
inefficient HVAC systems, insulation, carpets, and pollution from the outdoors
which comes in through your open windows.
Effective circulation of air around your premises
(sometimes known as air exchange, air flow, or ventilation) filters the air
which you, your colleagues, and your service users/customers breathe.
The movement of indoor air is important but so is
ensuring that the air which is circulated around your premises is as clean and
healthy as possible.
Indoors, the air around us contains many contaminants
hazardous to the health of staff, customers, and other people who visit your
premises. The common cold, MRSA, Norwalk Virus, Streptococcus, Bird Flu, Swine
Flu, Candida Albicans, and SARS is airborne and many health commentators have
speculated that the rapid spread of these viruses has been caused by
unfiltered, unclean air within indoor environments.
Mould, potentially responsible for the introduction and
transmission of many respiratory illnesses in indoor environments, is now
recognised by all major health authorities around the world as being
particularly hazardous to human health.
This potentially toxic cocktail of contaminants invisible
to the naked eye is a major cause of Sick Building Syndrome – a condition which
affects the people who live and work within a particular building. Those with
Sick Building Syndrome suffer from tiredness, a lack of focus, dry skin and
eyes, headaches, and other symptoms. Sick Building Syndrome has been linked to
poor learning outcomes in schools and impaired productivity within the
It’s not only germs that cause SBS – the cause may be
effluents released by your printer toner cartridge in use, the chemicals from
laminate flooring, and biological contaminants trapped inside your air
conditioning system. All of those are present for a long time in an office or
workplace with poor air movement and poor air quality.
The photohydroionisation cell contained within the Airius
PHI uses advanced oxidation technology to improve the quality of indoor air.
What is photohydroionisation?
Oxidation reduces or eliminates mould, volatile organic
compounds, bacteria, viruses, and odours within a confined space. There are a
number of different oxidation methods used in the creation of clean air
including the release of ozone, the release of hydrogen peroxide, and the
The Airius PHI, with an estimated life of 25,000 working
hours, encourage the photohydroionisation effect within your premises using a
high efficiency, broad spectrum ultra-violet (UV) bulb. Photohydroionisation
works through the reaction of moisture in the air to create hydroperoxides –
hydroperoxides (or the ionised version of them) is what’s responsible for that
clean smell outside following a thunderstorm.
The use of hydroperoxide greatly accelerates the
oxidation process which reduces or eliminates mould, volatile organic
compounds, bacteria, viruses, and odours in your premises without some of the
safety risks associated with other forms of oxidation.
The Airius PHI system can be installed in any indoor environment including:
We supply and install organisations in the medical sector, the commercial sector, and the public sector.
Airius PureAir Series units are suitable for:
Please contact us for more information.
We can install Airius PureAir Series Systems for:
Airius has installed 200,000 destratification units around the world and our technology has improved our clients’ indoor environments and reduced their carbon emissions.
Please get in touch with us by calling 01202 554 200 or
simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch with further
information about the Airius PHI.
Airius is one of the world’s leading providers of energy
saving destratification systems but we’ve got a local footprint – our EMEA
office is based in Dorset providing destratification fans, LED lighting
systems, and electrical engineering services to customers in all four countries
of the United Kingdom.
Airius proudly supplies both public sector organisations
and businesses with the products and services they need to improve their physical
environments and to reduce their energy expenditure. Among our most
high-profile clients are British Airways, Harrods, Mercedes, Siemens,
Morrisons, and Waitrose.