Your guide to providing clean air at home

Indoor air pollution can be detrimental to your wellbeing. Find out how you can keep your home healthy from the inside with a quality air purifier.

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Fresh air indoors

During the pandemic everyone has become more aware of the different ways to reduce the spread of viruses. From social distancing to keeping surfaces super clean, many of these measures have become second nature. One way to keep viruses at bay and protect our health is by improving the quality of air inside the home.

As we spend around 90 per cent of our time inside, it’s important to ensure the quality of air inside the home is as high as possible. Polluted indoor air can have a detrimental effect on health, exposure is linked with respiratory infection, lung cancer, stroke and cardiovascular disease.

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Medical grade

MedicAir is a sophisticated purification system that boosts air quality. Thanks to its multi-stage filter process and powerful airflow, it removes invisible contaminants from a room and disperses clean air filtered for viruses and bacteria in only 30 minutes.

The system is widely used in thousands of leading healthcare facilities globally, including the NHS, and has been independently tested by world-accredited labs. Quick, efficient and quiet, it’s even used in open-plan surgeriesso you can be reassured that its state-of-the-art technology will leave the air in your home clean and fresh.

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Sleek style

Available in understated black or white, MedicAir's minimalist design means it will slot discretely into any home décor scheme.

It is also incredibly easy to use. Operated via touchscreen, remote control or mobile app, the LCD displays everything from air quality levels to humidity and room temperature, while laser sensors monitor the air for contamination and swiftly re-establish a germ-free environment to protect your loved ones.  

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Image: MedicAir

To find out more about the benefits MedicAir can bring to your indoor air quality, visit

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