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Air quality is important to physical and mental wellbeing. It has become even more crucial as we now know that Coronavirus can be spread via the air to people. Reducing the risk of airborne transmission requires better infection control than opening doors and windows or installing a standard air steriliser which may not be effective against enveloped viruses.

All of our VIRUSKILLER™ Air Purifiers kill 99.9999% of viruses in a single air pass, including Coronavirus*. Installing these units will help to improve your air quality and stop the airborne transmission of infectious illnesses, making indoor spaces safer for customers, visitors, patients and staff.

* When independently tested against Coronavirus DF2 (a surrogate for Coronavirus), Adenovirus, Influenza and Polio, the unit was found to kill 99.9999% of viruses on a single air pass.

Service option

Full service (VK 401, VK 102 & VK 103)

  • Installation
  • Equipment rental, including equipment guarantee*
  • Regular servicing from trained staff

* All mechanical and technical faults are covered

Outright purchase (Hextio only)

  • Delivery
  • Equipment ownership


VIRUSKILLER™ technology

VIRUSKILLER™ technology has been tried and tested over the previous 17 years and has been proven to kill a range of airborne pathogens whilst improving indoor air quality. Using VIRUSKILLER™ should be used in addition to your normal hygiene protocols.

VIRUSKILLER™ for business and public sector buildings

Unsure which VIRUSKILLER™ will suit your business needs? Contact us today to speak to one of the hygiene experts to discuss which model will best meet your requirements.


Without proper air purification systems, airborne illnesses can easily spread through offices. VIRUSKILLER™ can help you to create a safer office by removing harmful pathogens from the communal breathing zone.

Installing a VIRUSKILLER™ in your office:

  • Allows employees to safely return to offices by reducing the risk of airborne transmission
  • Complies with HSE and other Government Coronavirus risk regulations surrounding air quality
  • Improves mental and physical well being


Having a controlled airflow and the ability to neutralise airborne diseases will help to bring control to educational settings.

Installing a VIRUSKILLER™ in your school, college or university:

  • Improves attendance by reducing the risk of infections spreading
  • Helps keep pupils and teachers healthy and in school
  • Removes the need to open doors and windows to achieve proper ventilation

Hospitality & hotels

The hospitality sector has had to adapt very quickly to keep pace with changing government legislation and customer demands. Managing the airflow of your business will help to reassure customers that they can safely enter your venue.

Installing a VIRUSKILLER™ in your hotel or hospitality venue:

  • Helps you to reopen safely by reducing the risk of airborne infections spreading
  • Helps you to comply with Government and HSE regulations regarding Coronavirus risk assessments and air quality
  • Lowers staff absenteeism and gives customers confidence in your hygiene standards

VIRUSKILLER™ for healthcare sectors

Unsure which VIRUSKILLER™ will suit your business needs? Contact us today to speak to one of the hygiene experts to discuss which model will best meet your requirements.

Healthcare settings

The healthcare sector poses many infectious dangers: hospitals and GPs hold potentially infected, vulnerable patients; and pharmacies receive plenty of sick and vulnerable footfall in enclosed spaces.

VIRUSKILLER™ in healthcare settings benefits you by:

  • Greatly reducing virus transmission levels among patients and staff, keeping your patients healthy and allowing your staff to remain at work.
  • Complimenting efforts to keep surfaces clean, removing infection whilst still airborne.
  • Greater compliance with HSE and other risk assessments related to infection control, creating an environment trusted by staff and patients.