Air Purification System
Remove 99.9%
of viruses, bacterias
& fungus

Air Purification System

Powered by Surgically Clean Air

How It Works

As the air is drawn through the bottom of the unit, it passes through the HEPA-Rx Filter, the Activated Carbon Filter and the Germicidal UV-C+ Photocatalytic Nano-TiO2 chamber. At the final stage, the purified air moves through the Revitalizing Negative Ion Generators near the air outlet and releases negative ions into the air.

Touchless Control

Hand Gesture Control Sensor helps prevent cross-contamination

Touchless Control
Digital display

Digital display

Shows levels of air flow, power, light and UV indicator

Absorption Process

Activated Carbon Insert
Absorbs VOC's (Volatile Organic Compounds)

Activated Carbon Insert Absorbs VOC's (Volatile Organic Compounds)
Touchless Control
Digital display
Absorption Process
Re-Energize the Air
Virus & Bacteria destruction
Particles Capture
Re-Energize the Air

Re-Energize the Air

The negative ion generator makes indoor air feel more pure, clean and energized.

Virus & Bacteria destruction

Ultraviolet Light (UV) & Titanium Dioxide Chamber (T102) degrades chemicals, damages bacterial membranes, inactivates viruses and oxidizes VOC's

Virus & Bacteria destruction
HEPA-Rx Filters

Particles Capture

HEPA-Rx Filter removes 99.998% of particles at 0.1 microns in size, the size of a typical virus

Medical Grade

Cleans and Sanitizes Indoor Air

SCA systems use a 4-step, 6- stage air purification process that doesn’t just remove the smallest particulates of pollution, it DESTROYS them.

The Pre-Filter & HEPA-Rx Filter stage captures even ultra-fine particulates, with 99.998% of particles at 0.1 microns and 99.2% of particles at 0.0025 microns.

Covid-19 virus is at 0.12 microns.

Medical Grade
High Volume Air Flow

High Volume Air Flow

To achieve the best air quality, it is advised to reach 4-6 air changes per hour (ACH). Surgically Clean Air products make 3 ACH. Together with an HVAC system which makes 1-2 ACH, any space regardless of its size receives maximum ACH required.

To calculate a correct number of air purification units in a space, the following factors are taken into consideration: air changes per hour, air flow rate, and a space size including ceiling height, room length and width.

Touchless Control

Wave a hand above the air purifier to turn it on and off and to switch between the work modes to ensure safety and avoid cross-contamination.

Touchless Control
Molekule Air Purifier - Science

Whisper Quiet

Noise-canceling sound dampening design keeps the sound volume at very low levels 30dBA - 55dBA

6 Stages of Air Purification

6 Stages of Air Purification
HEPA-Rx
Filter
Captures microscopic
particles in the air
Carbon
Filter
Absorbs odors
and gases
Photocatalytic
Nano-TiO2
Kills bacteria and viral
microorganisms
Germedical
UV-C+
Creates e- and h+,
to decompose remaining
bacteria and odors

Industrial Strength

Meets MERV (13-16) Categorization of ANSI Standard 52.2

The SCA air purification systems utilize multi-stage air purifying technologies that work together to clean, purify and re-energize the indoor air.

Don’t Just Filter Pollutants - Destroy Them

The multi stage filtration system captures dust particles, pollen, volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), mold, allergens, viruses, odors (like formaldehyde and smoke), bio-aerosols, nitrous oxide, and many other pollutants that are found in the air.

Dust Particles

Pollen

Volatile Organic Chemicals

Mold

Allergens

Viruses

Odors

Bio-Aerosols

Nitrous Oxide

Formaldehyde

When do the filters need to be changed?

The HEPA-Rx filter needs to be changed once a year

The HEPA-Rx filter needs to be changed once a year
(running 24/7)

The Activated Carbon filter needs to be changed 3 times a year

The Activated Carbon filter needs to be changed 3 times a year
(running 24/7)

The Germicidal UV-C+ needs to be changed just under one year

The Germicidal UV-C+ needs to be changed just under one year
(running 24/7)

Trusted & Loved By

Trust the brand that is embraced & entrusted by Medical Professionals, Pro Sports Teams & Fortune 500 Companies to clean, purify & re-energize their air.

 

 

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Specifications

SCA-B / SCA-W SCA-X-B / SCA-X-W
Manufacturer Surgically Clean Air Surgically Clean Air
Model Name SCA-B / SCA-W SCA-X-B / SCA-X-W
Dimensions 26"H x 12"W 33.5"H x 12"W
Weight 25.4 lbs 30.6 lbs
Fan Speed 4 Speeds, Auto Mode 4 Speeds, Auto Mode
Sound Level (Measured at 6ft) Low <30dBA | High <55dBA Low <30dBA | High <55dBA
Ultrafine Particle Filter HEPA-Rx HEPA-Rx
Activated Carbon Filter
Germicidal UV-C+ Bulbs
Hydroxyl Radical Reactivity Chamber
Revitalizing Negative ION Chamber
Auto Function
Air Quality Sensors
Control Panel Hand Wave Sensor Hand Wave Sensor
Power 120V, 60HZ 120V, 60HZ

Calculator

To achieve the best indoor air quality, it is advised to reach 4-6 air changes per hour (ACH). Surgically Clean Air Purifiers make 3 to 10 ACH. To calculate the correct number of air purification units, the following factors are taken into consideration: air changes per hour (ACH), airflow rate - Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM) with a fan working at medium, high or turbo speed, and a space size - ceiling height, room length, and width.
Use Enclosed Space calculator for private offices or classrooms. Use Open Space calculator for large open plan areas.
Calculate Air Changes per Hour*
Enclosed Space
*Most offices / boardrooms require just 1 Air Purification unit.
Enter Office/Boardroom Dimensions
Length
feet
Width
feet
Height
feet
SpeedAir Changes Per Hour (ACH)**
Med
High
Turbo
** 3 ACH are required for an office environment.
Based on requirements, SCA systems can make up to 10 ACH.

Request Estimate

Calculate Required Number of SCA-X Units
Open Space
Enter Facility Dimensions
Total Square Feet
Ceiling Height
Desired Air Changes per Hour
CFM Required Speed # of SCA-X Units
Required for CFM
Med
High
Turbo
Air Volume Flow in Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)
Low Speed : 153 | Medium Speed: 230 | High Speed: 312 | Turbo: 406
SCA Air Purifiers offer several fan speed options to purify your indoor air. The speed effects the force of air pushed through the filter to capture and destroy harmful particles. It also effects sound level produced by a running fan.
Sound level at low fan speed is 30dBA; high fan speed is 55dBA measured at 6 ft.
Calculate Air Changes per Hour*
Enclosed Space
*Most offices / boardrooms require just 1 Air Purification unit.
Enter Office/Boardroom Dimensions
Length
feet
Width
feet
Height
feet
SpeedAir Changes Per Hour (ACH)**
Med
High
Turbo
** 3 ACH are required for an office environment.
Based on requirements, SCA systems can make up to 10 ACH.

Request Estimate

Calculate Required Number of SCA Units
Open Space
Enter Facility Dimensions
Total Square Feet
Ceiling Height
Desired Air Changes per Hour
CFM Required Speed # of SCA Units
Required for CFM
Med
High
Turbo
Air Volume Flow in Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)
Low Speed : 153 | Medium Speed: 230 | High Speed: 312 | Turbo: 406
SCA Air Purifiers offer several fan speed options to purify your indoor air. The speed effects the force of air pushed through the filter to capture and destroy harmful particles. It also effects sound level produced by a running fan.
Sound level at low fan speed is 30dBA; high fan speed is 55dBA measured at 6 ft.

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