Why UV-C?

UV-C science

For over a century, physicians and microbiologists have investigated UV light’s ability to neutralize pathogens. Hundreds of studies and one Nobel Prize later, scientists continue to unlock the potential of UV-C to destroy 99% of airborne pathogens—including antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

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Our technology

Airetrex 365™ is engineered to destroy pathogens and take full advantage of the latest research breakthroughs in UV-C purification, charcoal filtration and air circulation.


Clearing the air

Watch a leading university researcher’s endorsement for the UV-C science behind Airetrex 365’s technology.

What’s the difference?

Understanding the three most common air sanitization technologies is key when it comes to deciding which one is right for your home.

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    High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are made with a random pattern of crisscrossing microfibers.

    It works like a net.

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    Air Ionizer

    Ionizers emit electrons that attach to airborne particles, weighing them down and trapping them in a filter.

    It works like a magnet.

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    UV-C Light

    Shortwave ultraviolet (UV-C) uses energy to deactivate a microbe’s DNA, preventing them from replicating.

    It works like a laser.

How about ozone?

Ozone is great for atmospheres, but not so great for humans. That’s why you won’t find it in Airetrex 365. Read more here.

What experts say

UV-C works, but don’t just take our word for it. Read the science and judge it for yourself.

  • Aerosol susceptibility of influenza virus to UV-C light

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  • Effectiveness of germicidal UV radiation for reducing fungal contamination within air-handling units

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  • Effect of germicidal UV-C light (254 nm) on eggs and adults of house dust mites

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Airetrex 365

The power of science meets the comforts of home. Start cleaning the air your family breathes today.


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