Sterilize the Flu Virus and Bacteria in Home Air with Alen Corp.'s New HEPA UV Air Purifiers

Alen Corp.'s new eco-friendly HEPA air purifier - Paralda - and the A375UV Multi Gas HEPA and T300 HEPA air purifiers feature UV lamps that sterilize more than 96% of all airborne bacteria and viruses that lead to the flu. Alen Corp. air purifiers' UV lamps damage the influenza, bacteria, and other airborne pathogens' RNA and DNA genetic information, thereby rendering them unable to multiply and reduces the chance of illness or pandemic.

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Alen Corp.'s Paralda HEPA UV Air Purifier

Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 7, 2009

The flu virus, bacteria and other airborne pathogens in the home can now be sterilized with Alen Corp.'s new HEPA UV air purifier - Paralda - as well as the A375UV Multi Gas HEPA air purifier and T300 HEPA air purifier, thereby reducing the chance for infection, disease or pandemic. Using ultraviolet (UV) light called UV-C, or short range wavelength, the Alen Corp. HEPA UV air purifiers are germicidal and sterilize flu viruses, bacteria and common household germs such as mold, fungi, staph and E. Coli.

"Using UV-C technology, our ozone safe A375UV Multi Gas HEPA air purifier effectively sterilizes viruses that can cause the flu and removes 99.97 percent of pollen, odor, bacteria, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) or gases, smoke, smog, dust, pet dander, dust mites and mold in large rooms up to 800 square feet in the home," said Peter Mann, CEO of Alen Corp. "Our new Paralda is the first HEPA air purifier in the U.S. to meet strict environmental standards and uses a long-life ultraviolet lamp that will last three to five years sterilizing flu viruses and bacteria in home air. The ozone safe Paralda neutralizes influenza viruses and bacteria and eliminates up to 99.97 percent of airborne allergens in rooms up to 400 square feet, such as bedrooms, family rooms, kitchens, bathrooms and home offices. Our ozone safe T300 HEPA air purifier offers consumers affordable access to a powerful air cleaning unit in a room up to 300 square feet with a built-in ionizer, HEPA filtration, UV sterilization, and activated carbon filtration."

By using UV-C technology as a germicide for home air, Alen Corp.'s HEPA UV air purifiers offer distinct advantages over other disinfection methods:

  • Ultraviolet light is a safe, yet highly effective non-chemical approach to home air disinfection.
  • Ultraviolet light works by physically damaging the DNA and RNA (genetic information) of bacteria as well as viruses that can cause the flu. Germs cannot develop a resistance or immunity to UV-C technology.

The powerful A375UV Multi Gas HEPA air purifier unit can be mounted on a wall, has a lifetime warranty and the retail price is $599.00. The eco-friendly, RoHS compliant, ozone safe and Energy Star rated Paralda HEPA air purifier features a lifetime warranty and the retail price is $499.00. The ozone safe T300 HEPA air purifier features a UV lamp for bacteria and flu virus sterilization, as well as an activated carbon filter, ionizer, and lifetime warranty. The retail price for the T300 is $299.00.

All Alen Corp. HEPA UV air purifiers are all available nationwide online at http://store.alencorp.com/Air-Purifiers-s/1.htm and the Paralda can also be purchased nationwide online at Target.com.

About Alen Corp.
Since 2005, Texas-based Alen Corp. has been a leading manufacturer of innovative indoor air quality products including home filters, HEPA air purifiers, portable air conditioners, dehumidifiers, and environmentally friendly odor elimination sprays.

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Alen Corp,'s T300 HEPA UV Air Purifier

The T300 HEPA air purifier offers consumers affordable access to a powerful air cleaning unit in a room up to 300 square feet.


Alen Corp.'s A375UV Multi Gas HEPA UV Air Purifier

Alen Corp.'s A375UV provides powerful indoor air cleaning and sterilizes airborne bacteria and viruses that cause the flu.