Designed for healthcare facilities with an H14-rated cHEPA filter, the AG300 is incredibly efficient at trapping particles below 0.3 microns in size. Believe it or not, the filter traps particles at 0.003 microns with 99.99% efficiency. For context, Covid-19 particles average a size of 0.125 microns.
Don't worry. You don't have to rely entirely on a filter to trap airborne viruses. The filter also uses a UVC lamp to destroy the DNA of microbes in the air, while the Titanium Pro module removes chemicals and airborne pathogens.
With the activated carbon filter, the hospital-grade cHEPA filter, and the germicidal UVC lamp, this purifier can handle:
- Tobacco smoke
- Chemical gases
- Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
- Mold spores
The list goes on. Each of these filters should last for up to 12 months with 24/7 use, and even up to 24 months with regular use.
Helpful Display Screen
You'll find a comprehensive display screen on the top of the unit, letting you know how the filter is running, the life of your filters, and the quality of your air.
On top of that, you can use the Airgle app (for iOS and Android) and connect your purifier to WiFi. This way, you can manage your purifier remotely, monitor air quality in real time, and control filtering speeds from anywhere. This is perfect for hospital administrators or healthcare professionals, especially during a pandemic!
With an easy-to-grip, concealable handle on the top of the system, you can transport your air purifier wherever it's needed. This is perfect for healthcare facilities needing to move the system from one room to another to slow the spread of diseases, or for purifying multiple rooms in your home.
Quiet and Efficient
The AG300 has five operating speeds. While on standby, the system only needs 1.6W to run. On low, you'll only need a negligible 5W to operate. On the highest setting with fan speeds powerful enough for 310 sq ft, you'll only run at 46W.
On the lowest setting, the system runs at 32 dB, which is remarkably quiet. For context, library whispers are around 40 dB. At the highest setting, the system will run at 65 dB, akin to a normal conversation.