Informaiton about running AiroDoctor products
Yes, the AiroDoctor Mini is very well designed for use in the car: If you remove the lower part of the casing, it fits perfectly into the cup holder of a car. The device runs on battery power and can be recharged via USB-C - and can also be operated permanently via this. More information can be found at https://airodoctor.com/en/page/resources and in the video.
The battery of the AiroDoctor lasts four hours in operation at the lowest level and can be easily recharged via USB-C. A four-level indicator signals the status of the battery consumption. More information can be found at https://airodoctor.com/en/page/resources and in the video.
µg/m3 means micrograms per cubic meter and is a unit for measuring pollutants in the air.
No, the AiroDoctor cannot do anything about the mold infestation itself. But it eliminates fungal spores from the air and can neutralize unpleasant odors.
No. The AiroDoctor is not a room dryer. But the AiroDoctor eliminates fungal spores from the air and can neutralize unpleasant odors.
Yes, the AiroDoctor is particularly suitable for use in hotels, bars and the catering industry. Wherever large numbers of people congregate, the risk of infection by airborne pathogens such as SARS-CoV-2, influenza or the norovirus increases. It also increases exposure to unpleasant odors. Especially in the hospitality sector, it is a top priority to avoid both. The AiroDoctor removes 99.9% of all contaminants, pathogens, harmful gases and odors. All infectious particles are permanently destroyed without leaving any residue. No harmful by-products such as ozone are produced in the process.
Yes, the AiroDoctor is particularly suitable here. This is because healthy, clean air is a top priority, especially in healthcare facilities. Hospitals, medical practices and care facilities are home to many people with a variety of medical conditions. Some of them with infections that spread and are transmitted through the air. Protecting staff, patients and residents, even beyond the Corona pandemic, is of the utmost importance. The AiroDoctor filters dangerous pathogens such as SARS-CoV-2, influenza, MRSA or the norovirus from the room air sustainably and without harmful emissions. In addition, the AiroDoctor also neutralizes harmful gases and unpleasant odors. This makes the AiroDoctor particularly suitable for operation in healthcare facilities.
Yes, definitely. Other viruses and bacteria, particulate matter, allergens and harmful gases also remain an important issue for healthcare facilities, offices, stores and industrial plants in the long term. Even in schools, the use of professional air purifiers for allergy sufferers is recommended and necessary after the pandemic, as confirmed by the expert opinion of the Charité institute in Berlin and the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation ECARF.
Yes. Studies have shown that an air purifier is almost as effective as sufficient window ventilation. A combination of window ventilation and air purifier is best, as the studies showed: here, the risk of infection indoors fell by almost half again. The less ventilation is possible, the more important is the additional use of a professional air purifier.
The AiroDoctor cleans rooms up to a maximum of 200 square meters. It is easily possible to set up several units for cleaning larger rooms.
Yes, the AiroDoctor is especially suitable for use in schools, as confirmed by an expert report from the Charité institute in Berlin and the KICT in South Korea. The AiroDoctor has an excellent filter performance and can be optimally installed in classrooms and staff rooms. Its filter performance significantly reduces the risk of infection, it does not emit any harmful by-products, and its quiet operating volume enables concentrated learning. Automatic tilt shut-off and child safety lock make operation in schools additionally safe. Learn more about the AiroDoctor in school here.
The best case is to check the results of laboratory tests as well as tests in real environments. The Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) describes the air cleaning rate, but does not indicate the true effectiveness of air purification. In some circumstances, a device with a high CADR and lack of decontamination may also contribute to the greater dispersion of harmful substances into the air.
The maximum power of the AiroDoctor is 85 watts at a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 480m3/h.
The AiroDoctor clears the room (at average ceiling height) of approx. 80% of all pollutants in the air within an average of 15 minutes thanks to its Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 480 m3/h.
No, but it significantly reduces the risk of infection in indoor environments.