Hospitals, Clinics, Dentists, Urgent Care, Surgery, ​Orthopedic & Rehabilitation and Mental Health

Healthcare associated infections are a worldwide challenge

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The incidence of HAIs (Hospital Acquired Infections) in Australia has been estimated to be circa 165,000 per year.[1]


​​For every 31 hospital patients in the US, one will have at least one healthcare associated infection.[2]


700 types of pathogen(6) can be found in dental plaque, including bacteria from the respiratory tract, all of which can potentially be released into the air.[3]


​​In the US, 5% of all patients develop an infection while in hospital.[4]

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WHO report that for every 100 hospitalised patients, an average of 7 in high-income and 10 in middle-income countries develop HAIs. ​

Airora Pyramid

Introducing the effective, compact and convenient

Airora Pyramid

Only Airora destroys all pathogens, allergens and odours and most other pollutants and irritants throughout entire indoor spaces.

With a footprint of less than 310cm (13″) and under 20cm (8″) high, the Airora Pyramid fits discreetly into any professional environment and is suitable for rooms up to 80 cubic metres in volume — a typical 6m x 6m (18′ x 18′) room, making it ideal for floor or table-top use in consultation rooms, single hospital rooms and individual offices. ​Spaces larger than 80m3 (e.g., ward, waiting area) can be serviced by multiple Pyramids or by employing Airora’s high capacity wall / floor mounted products (coming soon).

Airora’s patented Hydroxyl Cascade quietly and efficiently cleans all of the air and sterilises surfaces in a room, 24/7. Simply plug it in, and instantly start clearing the room of germs, allergens, pollutants and smells.

Future-proof your defences

Healthcare benefits

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Staff protected

Covid has demonstrated the dangers that staff face during an infectious outbreak, and the resulting resource challenges even after extensive precautions have been taken.

Airora protects staff from both airborne and surface contamination during all types of infectious outbreak.

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Reduced cross infections

Given the variety of conditions, and the number of patients they treat, hospital acquired infections (HAIs) are a continuing threat to patients and staff alike.

​Airora decontaminates all of the air and surfaces, providing real-time protection against all types of pathogen.​


Improved air quality

Medical facilities in urban areas face high levels of outdoor air pollution contaminating the air indoors.

​Airora breaks down or neutralises all common VOCs, irritants and allergens, providing clean, safe air for everyone.

Airora is NOT an air filter; it is a 24/7 whole-room air and surface sanitiser that is 1,000+ times more effective than improved ventilation or any type of filter.

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The UK’s SAGE committee assessed in-room air filters and concluded that, irrespective of type, they all take more than an hour to achieve a limited reduction in airborne (and no reduction in surface borne) pathogens.

​Airora’s molecular cascade reaction creates a real time person to person protection against airborne infection and kills all types of airborne pathogen throughout a room in minutes.


Patient reassurance

The reputation of your healthcare facility depends on positive patient experiences and patient satisfaction, as well as outcomes.

​Deploying Airora’s cutting-edge technology can help you win the trust of patients, their families, and staff, by ensuring everyone feels safe and protected.

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Low energy and whisper quiet

​​Until recently, healthcare facilities have struggled to even modestly improve their infection defences by increasing ventilation and have typically fallen back on employing noisy, large, in-room air ‘filters’.

Airora provides continuous protection, while being low energy, whisper quiet and people-safe.

Simply put

Airora is the future of clean, safe indoor air