Air quality problems? We have the solutions!
Desinfinator delivers various solutions and products for the removal of bacteria, mould, yeast, airborne particles and odours from the indoor air. This highly efficient air cleaning technology is based on an unique method of using nanotechnology and combining some of the most antiseptic air cleaning processes. Desinfinator was reviewed and chosen as one of the hottest Cleantech-enterprises on the globe by a prominent advisory board for the New Energy World Network in London.
These products are easy to install but most importantly; they really work – in really challenging locations too!
When using the products from Desinfinator, we guarantee you an odour free and clean air environment. We also contribute to the environment by saving energy, reducing pollution, removing bacteria and other harmful impurities by up to 99% from the indoor air.
The superior functionality of the technology is confirmed by several official laboratory tests that have been conducted in laboratory circumstances reflecting a real life problem location with various air flows taken into consideration.
Small wonder that Desinfinator are proud to claim their pioneering credentials in the field of air cleaning with solutions that really work!
Typical references for Desinfinator products include sewage plants, waste treatment plants, recycling plants, waste rooms, schools, offices, industrial kitchens, yachts and cruise liners; they are supported by reference sites and satisfied customers confirming the functionality of the company’s products.
- Water Treatment Plants (pdf)
Laboratory tests and evaluation reports:
- Aero 600 evaluation (pdf)
- Aneco Institute for Environmental Protection GmbH (pdf)
- Approbation Project: St Petersburg City Hospital (pdf)
- Filter Efficiency (pdf)
- Finnish Institute of Occupational Health - Ozone Emission (pdf)
- Health certificate (pdf)
- Helsinki Aerosol Consulting - Filtering efficiency (pdf)
- Histola Research - HSE Impact Assessment (pdf)
- Histola Research - Removal of Test Organisms (pdf)