Scirocco 250

Suitable for continuous air sanitisation in particularly spacious environments such as supermarkets, shopping malls and large organised distribution centres, but also in smaller spaces such as offices, shops and communal areas.
Scirocco 250 is an air recirculation and sanitisation system that can be mounted on the ceiling independently or inside false ceilings, sanitising the air efficiently and safely in the presence of humans. It can be installed in any modular ceiling, being 100% integrable with standard or luminous panels.

The KtV filter located inside it filters the air using the process of photocatalysis, which absorbs and converts light energy into free radicals. The radicals destroy viruses, bacteria, allergens and other pollutants. Thanks to its composition, the KtV filter accelerates the natural process of photocatalysis up to 20 times, enhancing its effectiveness.
This process takes place continuously, keeping the air constantly sanitised.

The KtV filter is protected by a dust filter, which preserves its proper functioning by preventing it from becoming dirty.
SCIROCCO 250 does not use chemicals and does not produce ozone or other toxic gases.

Technical information

  • Technology: KtV
  • Model: Scirocco 250
  • Capacity: 250 m3/h – 80 m2/h
  • Consumption: 60 W
  • Power supply: 220Vac
  • Vita Lampade: 40.000 h
  • Dimensions (mm): 5400 x 600 x 295 / customable
  • Weight (kg): 20,5 max/ customable
  • Maintenance: Periodic flushing of the dust filter

Technical Characteristics

  • Minimal maintenance
  • Negligible power consumption
  • No employement of chemical products
  • No UV rays produced from the device
  • No decomposition waste, only an infinitesimal emission of carbon dioxide and water vapor

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