With COVID-19, clean and healthy air is more important than ever! Choose the innovative Calistair Technology now and enjoy the benefits of a personal decontamination system. Calistair Technology has a long history of successful use in many hospitals and has firmly established itself in this environment.
With the Calistair C300 you too can eliminate almost all air contaminants - including COVID-19*. Whether it's a medical practice, legal office, corporate or private premises: The Calistair C300 keeps corona and other viruses out*.
Another advantage: Bacteria, fungi, allergens along with volatile and organic compounds in gaseous form are also effectively eliminated from indoor air. What makes the Calistair C300 so special: It has been demonstrated to eliminate all types of micro-organisms at pre-filtering. Further positive feature: a pleasant smell in the room. Even today, leading hospitals and laboratories rely on Calistair Technology to provide highly efficient solutions for air purification and personal protection. Whether it's a surgery unit, COVID-19 ward, patient room or neonatal care.
In contrast to conventional air purifiers, the underlying technology of the Calistair C300 is based on that of a professional decontamination unit and ensures effective disintegration of the captured contaminant particles within minutes. This is confirmed by tests conducted by a prestigious institute: In fact, the Calistair C300 fully complies with Class 2 of the stringent French standard for clean air in healthcare facilities (NF S90-351) when operating in a 40m³* room.
Standards and regulations - The legislative requirements
The HEPA filters are manufactured based on different standards and regulations, depending on their place of use. Customarily, the dependent variable is the air, which is analysed in a certain context, from which the requirements for the particle cleanliness class are derived. The maximum permissible number of airborne particles on a certain surface is classified. The experts categorise a total of nine ISO classes.
In hospitals, air quality of ISO classes 5 to 8 is recommended - depending on the area. For example, the international standard for air quality, ISO 14644, prescribes an ISO class 5 for operating theatres for orthopaedic surgery and neurosurgery.