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Blade Air's UVC Air Sanitizer unit

Blade Air's Induct 300W UVC supplemental Air Sanitization system integrates seamlessly into HVAC systems to effectively deactivate and eliminate microorganisms like bacteria, viruses and mould.

 

Offering continuous, sustainable air quality improvement, it's designed for easy integration, minimal disruption, and adaptability across facility sizes.

UVC Air Sanitization

Multiple high-intensity 300 Watt UV-C bulbs for superior air and coil sanitization, enhancing air quality and system sustainability.

High-Intensity UV-C 

55,200-hour lamp lifespan, equating to 12+ years of maintenance-free operation, delivering substantial operational savings.

Operational Savings

Engineered for flexibility, it seamlessly adapts to a range of environments and is compatible with Building Automation Systems for customized application.

Adaptable Design with BAS Compatibility
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Breathe Innovation

SKUs: S300W, BAS300W, BASP300W 

Tech Specs

Bulb Life​

55,200 hours 

Max CADR​

500-2500 CFM​

Removal Efficiency of Staphylococcus Epidermis (bacteria), Influenza A/H1N1 (Virus), and Escherichia Virus MS2 (SARS-COV-2 Surrogate)​

99.9% within the first 60-65 minutes of operation​

Performance

Bulb Type​

Induction​

Weight

15lbs [7kg]​

Electrical

Power Requirements​

110 VAC, 50/60 Hz​

Connection Power Control​

15-30VAC, 10-20VAC​, Single Phase or Daisy Chain​

Physical

25”x 10” x 5.36”​

Physical Dimensions ​

Controls​

3.5 Amp Max @110 AC​

Bulb Operating Temp.

-25◦C/+100◦C​

Housing Material ​

Aluminum

UV Intensity​

300 Watts​

Downloads

Manual

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FAQs

Blade Air's UVC Air Sanitization System

  • Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, or UVGI uses shortwave UVC energy for germicidal irradiation. At Blade Air we utilize UVGI light at a spectrum of 253.7 nanometers, as other wavelengths are prone to producing ozone. Our UVGI technology achieves effectiveness from a holistic perspective. We combine multiple high-wattage bulbs, reflective panelling and proper circulation time, what we call the three pillars of UVC.