If you want to reduce nearly all virus pollutants, check out these air purifiers — now with wi-fi control of multiple units

by Brianna Crandall — October 5, 2020 — Airgle, a New York City-based provider of air purification systems internationally, has just announced third-party testing data results for its AG900 clean room air purifiers, revealing up to 99.999% virus reduction capabilities. This new testing data coincides with the announcement of Airgle’s wi-fi and app enhancements for both the AG600 and AG900, making clean air technology more effective and convenient for all users.

Third-party testing

Airgle’s flagship model, the AG900, was specifically engineered to help with airborne infection control at hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities. It is able to remove bacteria and virus pollutants and harmful particles down to 0.003 microns.

Airgle air purifiers

Airgle air purifiers can remove bacteria and virus pollutants and harmful particles down to 0.003 microns. Image courtesy Airgle

Recent third-party testing by a university-affiliated lab in Japan has revealed that Airgle’s technology can deliver:

  • 99.99% reduction in airborne H1N1 Swine Flu virus in a test chamber
  • 99.92% single pass reduction on a viral microphage
  • 99.999% reduction on a viral microphage in a 25 cubic meter test chamber

Ralph Rathburn, vice president of Airgle, explained:

In every test so far, Airgle has exceeded testing equipment sensitivity, meaning it is quite possible that our products deliver even higher air filtration capability. Now more than ever, it is important for businesses, resorts, and retailers to actively clean the air that they and their customers breathe; Airgle products are a great way to do this.

Wi-fi control for air purifiers

The AG900 and the AG600, which has the same technology and is designed to clean small-to-medium-sized rooms, will now include wi-fi and app-enabled capabilities. These enhancements will make it possible to control hundreds of units from one convenient account, says Airgle. For large corporations, this can mean unprecedented control of air quality in all business, clinic, hospitality and retail locations.

The AG900 with app control is now available, and the AG600’s wi-fi capabilities will be available starting October 2020. To learn more about Airgle’s air purifiers, visit the company’s website. In addition to New York City, Airgle has locations in Hong Kong, South Korea, India, the Middle East, and major cities throughout China.