Particle filtration, suited for protection against Corona / COVID-19
Advantages of the Air-Wave.org Filters
- Uses a medical grade filter (P3) for inlet air
- Outgoing air filtration E11 and M5 filter
The Air-Wave.org Protector uses multiple filters. On this page you will find information about these filters. The filters are only suited for use in the Air-Wave.org Protector.
The air from the room is actively drawn in by the PAPR and directed to the mask. The PAPR contains 1 x H13 (P3) filter. The P3 filter in the PAPR has a long-term use of a maximum of 6 months with average use, up to 2 months with intensive use. Filters for the PAPR can be ordered individually.
Seahorse & Trumpet filters
The “Seahorse” purifies the supply air from the PAPR before it reaches the user. It contains 1 x E11 filter. The “Trumpet” filters the user’s exhaled air with 1 x E11 and 1 x M5 filter.
The filters of the “Seahorse” and the “Trumpet” are sold as 1 set and consists of 8 x E11 for the “Seahorse” and 8 x E11 + 8 x M5 for the “Trumpet”. The filters in the mask’s connectors have a replacement cycle of up to 7 days.
- Corona department
- Operating room
- Nursing ward
- Nursing homes
- Dental practices
The Air-Wave.org Protector removes:
- Microbiological contamination (viruses, bacteria, fungi, spores & pollen)
- Ultrafine Particulate Matter (submicron- and nano-particles)
- Particulate Matter (PM10, PM2.5, PM1)
For Air-Wave.org Protector™: Initiators are active in industry and healthcare. Due to the scarcity of mouth masks in healthcare, they have jointly investigated whether existing protection solutions within the industry can offer an alternative solution. On this basis, the initiators have put together a set, consisting of a PAPR filter that is connected to a snorkel mask via a 3-d printed connector. Updates and new designs will be uploaded here as soon as they are ready and have been tested. Initiators have tested the system themselves and are confident that it will work. However, the system has not been tested or certified and does not have any (safety) standards. Initiators have made an effort to come up with a good solution quickly, but cannot give any guarantee on this. Anyone who wants a guarantee or certainty must have the system tested and standardised by an authorised testing institute.