Air Purifier for Public environment


Remove viruses, bacteria, mould spores, bad odour and much more.

SILA 60p, a new air purifier specially designed for quiet public environments such as offices, stores, waiting rooms, hairdressers, dental clinics, restaurants, receptions, warehouses, production premises, etc. 

H14- & activated carbon-filter

Captures 99.995 % of all virus particles and bacteria.

Filters also captures pollen, dust, and other harmful microscopic particles. An Air Purifier with an H14-filter can therefore create a healthy indoor environment och prevent deseases. The DUO-carbon filter absorbs e.g. bad odours.

600 m3/h

Maximum air flow.

In a room of 50 m2 the air circulates 5 times per hour. Sila 60P saves energy with only 107 W at max capacity. Sila 60P has a Variable Speed Controller - and at half speed, the noise level is only 39 dB(A).

55 dB(A)

Low noise level even at full speed.

Sla 60P is designed to operate in public places where silent units are needed. Sila 60P has a low noise level at max capacity with only vid 55 dB(A).

Cusomize your design

Customize your purifier to match your aesthetic.

W offer a selection of "Wraps", a plastic foil to give your Air Purifier a unique touch. 

SILA – Creates healthy air

The COVID-19 pandemic has made us all aware of how viruses spread through the air, and that some viruses are more harmful than others.
A HEPA H14 filter, as mentioned above, removes 99.995% of all harmful particles, including dust, pollen, bacteria, and viruses. This type of air purifier makes it possible to create clean and healthy indoor air. 

A SILA air purifier with a H14 filter costs less than an air conditioning system. Ensuring clean, healthy air in offices, warehouses, stores, industrial premises, restaurants, and other installations represents a good investment.

Government restrictions and fear of infection have left many hesitant to enter public premises. 
An establishment that can offer clean air and a healthy environment in addition to its usual service has a great advantage over its competitors. 

Convert to healthy atmosphere

Clean air does not only create a healthy environment for people, and especially those who suffer from allergies and asthma.
Machinery such as computers, printers, and production line equipment also performs better in the dust-free environment created by an air purifier. 

Protect people as well as machines

The result of using an air purifier is healthier people, which equals fewer sick days, and healthier machines, which equates to fewer operational stoppages and less cleaning, and consequently to lower costs. 

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Clean air is just as important as clean water

We have long been aware of the importance of clean water. The first Swedish water treatment plant was opened in 1861* in direct response to the large-scale cholera epidemic in the 1830s. Today, our water is purified both before and after we use it. The fact is that clean air is just as important for our health and well-being as clean water. Discussions and measures to reduce air pollution are ongoing and have come a long way in recent decades. Today, the outdoor air we breathe is cleaner than it has been for more than 100 years. Despite this, approximately 7,600** people die in Sweden every year due to air pollution. 

Up to 90% of all work in Sweden is carried out indoors, and it is precisely the indoor environment that SILA focuses on.
 We can all influence the indoor air quality, for example by avoiding using strong fragrances and keeping our distance when we have a cough or cold. Ventilation and local exhaust ventilation are also commonly used to improve the indoor working environment. However, these measures are unable to stop the spread of viruses. 

Air Purifiers and ventilation systems

The difference between an air purifier and a standard ventilation system is that the air purifier’s filters are far more efficient. Standard ventilation systems are capable of removing approximately 65% of all intake air particles in the 0.3–1 micrometre range.
An air purifier fitted with a HEPA H14 filter - like ours - captures 99.995% of particles measuring 0.3 micrometres, also known as MPPS (Most Penetrating Particle Size, i.e., the size most difficult for a filter to capture).
This filter captures viruses, bacteria, mould spores and other particles that are harmful to health.

Filters capture particles

Virus particles measure 0.02–0.4 micrometres but need a biological carrier in the form of a droplet or an aerosol in order to be active.
 These measure 0.5–10 micrometres and are captured by a H14 filter. For the sake of comparison, pollen particles measure 10–40 micrometres and a human hair 60–120 micrometres. An air purifier does not replace a normal ventilation system. Ventilation is needed in order to ensure the supply of oxygen. The air purifier cleanses the air in the space by circulating it through its filters.

Purified indoor air creates a healthy environment, prevents the spread of viruses and makes life easier for allergy and asthma-sufferers.
 Healthier people equal fewer sick days. The need for cleaning is also reduced as the air purifier captures airborne dust. Clean air also benefits production machinery and office computers.