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World-Class Safety for Frontline Workers

The combined effects of outdoor and indoor air pollution cause around seven million premature deaths each year1, and with a global pandemic claiming countless more each day2, nowhere is the quality of the air we breathe more important than in hospitals. Keeping the air hygienically clean is crucial not only for the health and safety our vulnerable loves ones, but also their caregivers.
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The air in our hospitals should be treated with care.

Hospitals are the most critical spaces in which to ensure the delivery of clean, safe air and in a time of overwhelming strain on our medical facilities, infection prevention and control should be the top priority.


The number of different hazardous chemicals,3 including benzene, hydrogen cyanide, and formaldehyde,4 found in surgical smoke. According to some studies, the average daily impact on surgical staff is the equivalent of smoking 27-30 unfiltered cigarettes.5

1 in 31

For every 31 hospital patients in the US, one will have at least one healthcare-associated infection (HAI)6 with 5% of all patients developing an infection while in hospital7.


>200 million

The number of people affected by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), approximately three million of whom die each year, making it the third leading cause of death worldwide.8

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Prevent spread of germs

Given the variety of conditions and the number of patients they treat, hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) can be a challenge. VIRUSKILLER™ decontaminates the air, providing real-time protection against airborne pathogens.

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Hygiene and cleanliness is crucial in hospitals, but little attention has been paid to the quality of indoor air. Designed for sensitive spaces, VIRUSKILLER™ disinfects contaminated hospital air in a single air pass, making it hygienically safe.

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air safety

Hospitals in urban areas face high levels of outdoor air pollution3, riddling facilities with toxic air pollutants. VIRUSKILLER™ takes control of the airflow in hospitals, neutralizing harmful gases and VOCs to provide clean air for everyone.

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Patient reassurance

Equipping hospitals with cutting-edge VIRUSKILLER™ clean air technology provides crucial reassurance, winning the trust of patients, their families, and the hospital staff, ensuring everyone feels protected while in the hospital.

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Safer working conditions for doctors, nurses, and hospital staff

Hospital workers face a barrage of indoor air contaminants while they look after the sick and frail, or welcome new life into the world. Protecting the wellbeing of these frontline workers is as important as protecting the health of the patients in their care. While traditional hospital-grade air purifiers offer some protection, VIRUSKILLER™ quickly deactivates bioaerosols, creating a safer working environment for doctors, nurses, and hospital staff.

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VK Medi: zero-compromises
critical care

The VK Medi is specifically designed for air decontamination of medically sensitive and critical spaces such as operating rooms, intensive care units, and quarantine wards. With the thickest HEPA filters, directional airflow and high number of air exchanges, the VK Medi meets the most stringent regulatory demands for surgical environments, efficiently deactivating airborne pathogens. 

Engineered Infection Prevention

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All in one

Unrivalled performance against organic pathogens -- viruses, bacteria, mold and fungi -- as well as allergens, irritants, smoke and VOCs.


Simple operation means out of the box indoor air safety, with no complex installation, setup or renovation required.

Certified safety

Ultra-high performance UV-C germicidal decontamination housed within a patented Reactor Chamber for safe, real-time operation.

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Airflow Control

VIRUSKILLER™ precision airflow control draws contaminated air away from occupants, expelling clean, fresh air into the breathing zone of the room.

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Air first passes through a series of filters, including a pre-filter, an activated carbon filter, and a high-end HEPA filter, trapping both large and ultrafine particles for future disposal.

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Toxic gases from outdoor air pollutants, as well as indoor odors and fumes from carpets, flooring, and cleaning chemicals are neutralized within minutes.

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Our patented Reactor Chamber is the heart of VIRUSKILLER™, ensuring that any remaining viruses, bacteria, and gases are deactivated on a single air pass.

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A VIRUSKILLER™ throughout the hospital:

VK Medi
for operating rooms
The VK Medi features the highest certified air decontamination technology in the world for unparalleled test results against pathogens, gases, and VOCs, making it the ideal solution for air safety in operating rooms.
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VK 102
for general wards
The VK 102 is ideal for general wards where there is high traffic of visitors and nursing staff moving through the ward to tend to patients.
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VK Medi
for intensive care units
The VK Medi is ideal for high-risk medical spaces like ICUs, deactivating airborne pathogens to help protect patients in critical condition.
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VK 401
for private wards
The VK 401 contains the same VIRUSKILLER™ technology found in larger units designed for medically sensitive spaces, ensuring world-class protection for vulnerable patients in private wards.
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VK 103
for waiting rooms
The VK 103 is the best-in-class air decontamination for hospital waiting rooms and indoor spaces. Its powerful fan and industrial filters make it the ultimate VIRUSKILLER™ solution for total peace of mind.
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VK 401
for restrooms
The VK 401 can be wall-mounted in hospital restrooms, decontaminating the air and reducing unpleasant odors and fumes from cleaning products.
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VK 102
for cafeterias
The VK 102 is the perfect solution for protecting hospital cafeterias from harmful germs, while efficiently neutralizing odors from cooking and preparation.
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for bedside tables
Hextio’s directional hood ensures the direct flow of decontaminated air into the patient’s breathing space while lying in their hospital bed, providing all-day protection.
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We Share Clean Air

Welcome to the family

We’re spending more time inside, but instead of being safe from pollutants, we’re more exposed than ever. Indoor air is on average two to five times more polluted than the air outside4 — yet despite greater awareness of airborne diseases, we continue to share the same contaminated air.

Embrace clean air technology and bring fresh air back inside and join the community that is committed to turning the tables on poor indoor air.

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Complete Indoor Air Safety since 2004

VIRUSKILLER™ by Radic8 is more than just an air purifier. With almost two decades of research and development and installations in a range of industries worldwide, the challenge of poor indoor air quality is being solved one space at a time, enabling Radic8 to share clean air with everyone, everywhere.

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References & Footnotes

  1. World Health Organization. “Air Pollution”. WHO
  2. World Health Organisation. “WHO Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Dashboard”. WHO
  3. Pierce, J.S. et al. “Laser-generated air contaminants from medical laser applications: a state of the-science review of exposure characterization, health effects, and control”. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, vol.8, 2011:447–66.
  4. Okoshi, K. et al. “Health risks associated with exposure to surgical smoke for surgeons and operation room personnel”. Surgery Today, vol.45, 2014
  5. Hill, D.S. et al. “Surgical smoke – A health hazard in the operating theatre: A study to quantify exposure and a survey of the use of smoke extractor systems in UK plastic surgery units”. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery, vol.65, 2012.
  6. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “HAI Data”. CDC. 208
  7. Ramaswamy, M.; Al-Jahwari, F.; Masoud Al-Rajhi, S.M. “IAQ in Hospitals – Better Health through Indoor Air Quality Awareness”. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference Enhanced Building Operations, 2010
  8. Forum of International Respiratory Societies “The Global Impact of Respiratory Disease – Second edition”. European Respiratory Society, 2017.
  9. Shilton, V.; et al. “The relationships between indoor and outdoor respirable particulate matter: meteorology, chemistry and personal exposure”. Indoor and Built Environment, vol.11, 2002, 5, 266 – 274
  10. United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Introduction to Indoor Air Quality”. EPA