The only onboard air filter that meets all the health and safety needs of school bus operators, drivers, and students
Independently tested and verified by the Institut Pasteur on live airborne human coronavirus.
Tested and verified to filter more than 99% of toxic gases, particles and particulate allergens.
Generates 38,000 liters of clean air per hour, refreshing the air in an average school bus every six minutes.
Requires no maintenance other than scheduled filter replacements.
Generates zero harmful byproducts, such as ozone.
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