Sanalife’s product lineup of portable air purifier systems featuring ActivePure® has industry-leading technology providing powerful air protection. ActivePure® purifiers protect against harmful air contaminants such as mold, bacteria, and viruses leading to disease and illness. Purify your indoor spaces with the cleanest air possible using our air purifier solutions.
Air quality in buildings is often compromised by a combination of indoor and outdoor pollution sources. A traditional HEPA purifier isn’t a complete solution for indoor air quality; it removes large air particles such as animal dander, dust, pollen, etc., air pollution such as viruses, bacteria, and VOCs remain. Our 5-stage purifier systems have industry-leading technology that removes harmful particulates and contaminants that can lead to disease and illness.
ActivePure® Technology is an active purifier technology that creates oxidizing molecules that significantly reduces viruses, bacteria, odors, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). ActivePure® provides a layer of protection that reduces airborne and surface pathogens quickly and effectively.
Improving your indoor air quality has never been easier. Our portable air purifier systems are fully customizable and scalable in design and can cover any indoor space, regardless of size. Explore our HVAC Induct and portable air purifier solutions.
For portable air purifier systems, no technology provides better filtration than a True HEPA Filter. True HEPA Filters offer unrivaled performance in reducing common airborne contaminants. Learn more about our air purifier products that combine high-quality water-resistant True HEPA with Activated Carbon Filters to produce the purest and cleanest air possible.
New ASHRAE, CDC, and OSHA guidelines recommend upgrading building ventilation filtration to MERV 13 to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) and reduce exposures of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Learn reasons why upgrading your to MERV 13 filtration may compromise overall HVAC ventilation performance, provide inadequate filtration, and how portable air purifier controls can bridge the gap to give adequate indoor air quality.
HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filtration isn’t a complete solution for indoor air quality. It can improve the quality of the air, but HEPA has many deficiencies. While it removes large air particles such as animal dander, dust, pollen, etc., air pollution such as viruses, bacteria, and VOCs remain.