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TRIO Plus & TRIO Pro Portable Air Purifiers

Added Germicidal and HEPA Protection in class rooms

Maximum Airflow For Faster Air Purification

The TRIO Plus air purifier combines Three state of the art air treatment processes into One powerful portable system. The TRIO Plus is quiet and efficient. The airflow of this 3-stage portable system boasts a remarkable Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 295 CFM. True HEPA filtration, high intensity UVC germicidal sterilization, and PRO-Cell™ toxic gas reduction technologies combine to make the TRIO Plus a complete purification system for homes, schools, and added protection in any workplace.

TRIO Plus can clean the air in a room up to 3,300 square feet in one hour and 1,650 square feet in 30 minutes.

Powerful, Quiet, Efficient, And Portable

The TRIO Pro combines three stages of state-of-the-art air treatment processes into one powerful, quiet, and efficient portable system. Dual air inlets enable a remarkable 562 CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate) and airflow of 659 CFM, designed to maximize large room filtration and purification. Dual H13 HEPA filters capture 99.95% of 0.3-micron particles like dust, pollen, mold, bacteria, and viruses. The Activated Carbon filters remove toxic gases, odors, and smoke. Our Patented PRO-Cell™ technology transforms odors and VOCs into harmless, odorless water vapor and carbon dioxide. Four high output UVC germicidal lamps reduce bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi. The multi-stage air treatments combine to make the TRIO Pro one of best air purifiers on the market and a complete purification system for any application.

TRIO Pro can clean the air in a room up to 4,940 square feet in one hour and 2,470 square feet in 30 minutes.

The technology in the TRIO products is backed by science. The CDC recommends the use of UVGI (Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiation) and HEPA as effective technologies to minimize the spread of airborne microorganisms. The American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) recommend mitigation strategies that include dilution fresh air ventilation, HEPA filtration, and UVGI to address concerns of contagious viral disease transmission.



Shaun Caley

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