Air Purification for Senior Living, Nursing Homes, Long term Care

GermZone® 100

Air Sanitization / Disinfection Unit with Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) Technology

  • Medical Grade Technology designed for Upper-Room installation where most in-room viruses and bacteria live
  • Made in the USA – All Steel construction
  • Germicidal UV reaction chamber to inactivate viruses and bacteria
  • For rooms up to 400 square feet
  • Sound level 55 dB
  • State of the art photolytic technology with patented germicidal irradiation system
  • Safe for use in occupied areas – no unsafe UVC emission
  • Flexible intake for source capturing during any procedure
  • Small and portable, mounts to upper wall

Medical Grade Air Sanitizer for Nursing Homes, Long Term Care

What’s the difference between Air Purification and Air Sanitization?

Air purification as it relates to air cleaning devices is a mechanical process. Air sanitization / disinfection is a biological process that kills bacteria, viruses, spores, VOC’s and odors.

Whats the difference between Air Purification and Air Sanitization

Air Purification and Air Sanitization

EXPLAINED BY AEROBIOTOIX CEO AND FOUNDER, DAVID KIRSCHMAN, MD

Product Manual and Brochure

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Warranty and Maintenance

3 Year Limited Warranty

Maintenance Schedule

The maintenance schedule below is based on continual daily operation of the GermZone®100.

Filters

Replace the filter (P/N: GZ-200-200) approximately every 6 months.  If the GermZone®100 is operating in an excessively contaminated environment, changing the filter more frequently is advised.

It is recommended the filter pad in the unit is regularly checked for replacing. To replace:

  1. Power the unit off and unplug from the wall outlet.
  2. Remove the fan cover on the same side as the power switch by gently prying the top of the cover away from the case of the unit. A flat bladed instrument such a flat-head screwdriver may be used to accomplish this.
  3.  Remove the filter.
  4.  Insert the new filter.
  5. Align the fan cover with the louvers pointing up as shown in the image above.
  6. Apply gentle pressure to snap the fan cover back onto the case of the unit.
  7. See Discarding Used Filters in Additional Information Section of the Manual for information on the disposal of the old filter.

UV Lamps

Replace the UV lamps (P/N: L1-0040-1) every 8000 hours of operation or approximately every 2 years.  Sooner if indicator lamp fails to illuminate.

 

CAUTION: Use only genuine GermZone®100 replacement filters and lamps to ensure proper filter fitment and function of your GermZone®100. Failure to use specified products voids warranty.

Installation

Upper room wall receptacle recommended

  • Install wall mount plate – Slide unit over plate – Plug in and turn on

Sample Room Installation

Based on an 18′ x 12′ room size

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Sample Cafeteria Installation

Based on an 80′ x 25′ room size

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