VIRBOX® AIR PURIFIER - HEALTHY AIR CAN BE SO SIMPLE
The VirBox air purifier sucks in polluted air near the floor and directs it through a three-stage filter system. The filtered air is then fed back into the room via ventilation grids on the top of the system. The air circulation system ensures permanent air filtration in enclosed rooms.
The VirBox is suitable for connection to any standard household socket.
The air purifier can be switched on via a convenient touch display and its suction capacity can be individually regulated. With the optional CO2 sensor, you can measure the indoor air quality quickly and easily.
The VirBox is available in two versions with different performance levels: VirBox 750 (room size up to 50 m²) and VirBox 1500 (room size up to 100 m²).
A CO2 sensor is installed in the VirBox 1500 as standard. This means that the air quality in the room can be measured easily at any time.
3-stage filter system
- Available in two performance levels: 1,300 m³ / h and 3,500 m³ / h
- Convenient touch display for stepless regulation of the suction power
- Energy-saving thanks to the latest EC technology
- Low sound level, from 23 dB (A)
- Mobile and flexible to use
- Timer included
- Simple and elegant product design
- With UV-C technology to inactivate viruses
- Protects customers, guests, visitors and staff
- Reduces the risk of infection indoors
- Increased sense of safety
- Optional: with CO2 sensor for measuring air quality
The mobile air purifier can optionally be equipped with UV-C lamps, which render the viruses and bacteria deposited on the HEPA filter cassette harmless.
The indoor air quality can be measured using an additional CO2 sensor integrated in the air purifier.
The air purifier can be individually designed using graphic films and adapted to your premises.
Areas of Application
Industry & Craft
- Metal industry
- Mechanical engineering and plant construction
- Pharmaceutical and chemical companies
Gastronomy & Hotel Buisiness
- Restaurants, bars, cafes
- Hotels and boarding houses
- Clubs and discotheques
- Offices and conference rooms
- Waiting areas, lounges and break rooms
- Schools and kindergartens
- bakeries, butcher shops
- Fashion stores
- Gas stations
- Medical practices
- Therapy centers
Sport & Lifestyle
- Swimming pools and saunas
- Hairdressing salons and beauty parlors
VIRBOX AIR PURIFIER IN PRACTICE
Our customers were already impressed by the first generation of air purifiers. The Möbel Inhofer furniture store, Adolf Würth GmbH & Co. KG, the Weißenhorn-Süd elementary school and many more trust in the effectiveness of the ESTA VirBox.
VirBox Air purifier from ESTA in an open-plan office
The new generation of air purifiers in a meeting room
Air purifier VirBox from ESTA in a lounge area
VirBox virus filter in a primary school classroom in Weißenhorn
At the customer days of Adolf Würth GmbH & Co. KG, the VirBox air purifier ensured more safety for the visitors.
20 mobile air purifiers from ESTA for the Seifert Logistics Group
HYGIENE CONCEPT WITH AIR PURIFIERS
HOLISTIC PROTECTION FROM INFECTION FOR HIGHLY FREQUENTED INTERIORS
According to a study by the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich, air purifiers can reduce the aerosol concentration in indoor areas by half within six minutes. The VirBox air purifier guarantees an air exchange rate of 6 times per hour. Even one VirBox can purify the air in rooms up to 100 m² in size without any problems.
AIR PURIFIERS FOR A HEALTHY FUTURE
PANDEMIC OVER, AND THEN WHAT?
Air purifiers such as the VirBox will still be of great benefit after the pandemic. Because it is not only the coronavirus that is transmitted by droplets. Other viral diseases, above all the flu, spread in this way. In 2019, according to the DAK health report, 28.2 percent of incapacity for work was due to respiratory diseases.
Thanks to their HEPA filter, air purifiers such as the VirBox can effectively separate viruses and thus significantly reduce the potential for infection indoors.
„Corona will not just go away. It will take a long time before we are immune as a society. General protective measures, including air purification for indoor areas, will be inevitable.“