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Monday, April 12, 2021

Respiray is a wearable air purifier that eliminates over 99% of viruses and bacteria with UV technology.

Developed and manufactured in Estonia, the innovative wearable air purifier cleans the air of viruses and bacteria with the help of UV light and directs clean air to the mouth and nose area of the person wearing it.


The Respiray wearable air purifier cleans the air of viruses and bacteria with UV light and directs clean air to the mouth and nose area of the wearer. It is both easy to breathe and to talk when you have the device on because, unlike the mask, it does not block the nose and mouth area. The effectiveness of Respiray's high-tech protection has been tested at the University of Tartu and the University of Lodz in Poland. Both study results showed 99% effectiveness in deactivating viruses. The battery, which lasts for eight hours straight, makes it possible to use the air purifier throughout the working day without the need to charge it.




How does Respiray work?
The air purifier takes in unfiltered air, runs it through the UV disinfection module, and blows it to the front of the wearer’s face. The module purifies over 99% of breathable air. The device purifies about 55 liters of air per minute, which is up to 4 times more than one person´s average intake of air. This means that you can breathe in virus-free air and not worry about your health.
The air purifier comes with 2 attachable face shields that can be used for extra protection in crowded areas and when moving around.




The device is suitable for everyone
The Respiray air purifier makes it easy to breathe, and the device is perfect for people who need to communicate with other people daily. The device is especially effective indoors where the concentration of the virus is high, such as at family gatherings, schools, or other events that take place in poorly ventilated areas. The device is also suitable for people who cannot wear a mask for medical reasons.