Despite many precautions, viruses, germs and bacteria hover in closed rooms. Whether through coughing or transmission through skin contact, the air in the room carries verifiable pathogens for hours.

The lower the fresh air supply or the actual air exchange, the higher the risk of a contaminated
breathing air environment.


This is especially true for rooms that are heavily used and/or frequented by different people.

With increasing bacterial and viral contamination, the load on the lungs and respiratory tract increases and thus the risk of infection.



Safe and reliable disinfection and air-sterilization with tested effectiveness.

Protection against germs, viruses and pathogens

Reduction of air and surface pollution

Low space requirement and mobility

Low operating costs without consumables

Flexible operation

Important element in the general hygiene and prevention plan

Class I


97/42 EWG


The High Intensity-Plasma-Air-Cleansing technology used should not be confused with household appliances which are often sold under the term plasma air purification. For clinical cleaning and disinfection, the quantity and quality of the plasma field and the exact coordination of the aerodynamic flows are crucial to ensure the necessary contact time of the air with the plasma field and thus the high quality of the cleaning process.​


Highly frequented rooms, high visitor frequency, physical activity and long periods of stay often prevent the necessary supply of clean air.

The mere swirling of the air only results in an even greater distribution. The same often applies to
many air conditioning and ventilation systems, clogged filters and contaminated exhaust air pipes.
Apart from natural air exchange, only air-cleansing or air-disinfection offers solutions.

The latter uses either the technology of UVC air disinfection or highly effective Plasma-Disinfection and Air-Disinfection. In the High-Intensity Plasma Air Disinfection the room air is drawn in by a fan. The air stream then flows at a precisely defined speed through a special plasma field. Here the air is exposed to particle bombardment, which ensures an antimicrobial effect and corresponding
pyrogen inactivation.


Germs are destroyed, viruses deactivated, the allergenic effect of pollen defused and even odors neutralized. To generate the highly effective plasma field, precision electrodes are activated via special high-voltage transformers, which then ensure a permanently homogeneous and powerful plasma field.

The continuous sterilisation of the circulating air then also reduces the germ load on surfaces and thus the indirect risk of viruses and bacteria being passed on. Investigations by the National Health Service (UK) showed a direct connection between the reduction of air contamination and the contamination of surfaces and the resulting transmission of viruses
and germs.


Devices for the cleansing power of a plasma air sterilization is the amount of the generated plasma as well as the exact dosage of the attracted air quantity for the available plasma output and the flow velocity with which the air flows through the plasma field.

In addition, the units are equipped with a high performance HEPA filter and channel the air through a specially developed activated carbon block to further optimize the disinfection process. Independent testing institutes confirm the high effectiveness:


The High-Intensity Plasma Air-Sterilisation is suitable for use wherever an increased number of people are expected, which could be the cause of an increased emission of bacteria and viruses.
Furthermore, it is used in rooms with several people to protect people who are not exposed to any contamination.

After operations, high-intensity plasma air disinfection is used in order to try to reduce the risk of infection. The effectiveness of plasma air disinfection has also been proven for measles, influenza, E-coli and tuberculosis. Finally, it can also be used where the ambient air is disturbed by pollen or odor-pollution and is to be sustainably improved.


• Theaters
• Cinemas
• Treatment rooms
• Waiting rooms
• Reception Lobby / Hotel Lobby
• Hospital rooms
• Health facilities
• Canteens / Food courts
• Offices
• Production plants / Industrial Warehouses

• Training Rooms / Gyms
• Indoor sports venue
• Meeting rooms

• Library
• Living rooms / Bedrooms