A QUANTUM LEAP In Air Purification Technology

Airpura UV600
Germ Defense

Airpura UV600

Protect yourself from disease-causing viruses, bacteria and mold.

The potent UV light technology of this air purifier comprised of 3 levels of filtrations removes disease-causing viruses, bacteria and mold.


Removes: Bacteria, antigens, pathogens, mold spores, airborne chemicals


Ideal for:

  • People with low immunity to germs and bacteria

  • Mold infestations

  • Hospitals

  • Schools and daycares

  • Doctors/dental offices/clinics

  • Maintaining fresh air in a basement


Why this Air Purifier is considered #1:

  • The powerful HEPA filter captures 99.97% of airborne particles, as small as 0.3 microns

  • Unlike other machines on the market, the UV germicidal lamp in this purifier sterilizes microorganisms preventing them from being released back into the air.

  • 360° air distribution allows for purification for up to 2000 sq. ft.  with 2 air exchanges an hour (based on 8-foot ceilings)

  • Sleek machine design that will blend in with all decors.

  • Easy care and maintenance


Dimensions: 23” High, 15” Wide

Colors: Black, White, Beige

Filter Replacement Options: Prefilter Poly Type, Particle HEPA 600RVHU filter, 18-lbs Coconut Shell Carbon Filter (100 % Blend), 20W UV Germicidal lamp

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Added protection: Photocatalytic oxidation
Safely Breaks Down Harmful Chemicals and Odors

Available in the new P600 model or as a retrofit to your UV600

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Airpura Central Air System

Simple installation provides continuous air purification in all parts of your home

Available in a choice of filtration combinations to best suit your needs

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Our revolutionary technology is proven to eliminate a wide range of chemicals, pollutants and odors leaving only clean and fresh air.

  • Pet Dander
  • Pollen
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Mold spores
  • Dust
  • Allergens
  • Odors
  • Chemicals
  • Disease-causing microorganisms