A wearable air purifier that eliminates over 99% of viruses and bacteria with UV technology.
A wearable high-tech UV air purifier that disinfects air without covering your face or restricting your breathing.
Our patent-pending UV-C module breaks down and inactivates the DNA and RNA of harmful viruses, and blows 99% of purified air to the front of your face. The device purifies up to 55 litres of air per minute — up to 4x more than an average resting human breathes.
We use the highest quality UV-C LEDs that operate in a very narrow range of UV-C light at 265nm, which doesn’t produce ozone. The device is fully light-sealed so that no UV light can escape. This ensures that it’s safe for human use and that it doesn’t cause any health problems.
Our wearable air purifier has an 8-hour battery life that protects you all day long. And the best part? You won’t notice the invisible UV light that safeguards you while you enjoy being mask free.
Enjoy breathing and smiling in public again!
Respiray’s wearable air purifier is perfectly suited for those in public-facing environments where communication and facial expressions are a key part of the role: teachers, retail and office workers, and other front-line staff. A great solution for employers to protect their staff and get people back to work.
Respiray keeps you and your family safe in any social situation: visiting relatives, going shopping or meeting for coffee.
|Single-Use Surgical Masks||
|Cost||~ €20 per year||~€60 per year||~ €480 per year||~ €560 per year||~ €79 per year*|
|Easy to breathe?||Yes||No||No||No||Yes|
|*The Respiray air purifier can be used up to 10 000h and the yearly cost calculation is based on 8-hour daily usage over 3.5 years.|
“The efficiency test of the UV-C module was performed on alphavirus to research if and how effectively the device inactivates virus particles. Alphavirus is a similar single-stranded RNA-genome virus to SARS-CoV-2 and both viruses are comparable in size: approximately 70-100 nanometers. The results concluded that 99,4% of the virus particles were inactivated. It’s important to highlight the significance of these findings, because the remaining diminutive concentration of virus particles is very unlikely to cause infection in the target organism”Ph.D. Liane Viru, Head of Biosafety Core Facility at the University of Tartu