Suitable for small and large rooms up to 20m² / 40m³
• DUAL Airflowsystem
• CADR certification
• Digital LED display with touch controls
• Compact model
The most common are allergies caused by inhalant allergens. These stem mainly from pollen (hay fever), house dust, house dust mites, animal hair or bird dust, but also from flour or mould spores, and are absorbed through breathing.
Pet and hobby animal allergy
Medical professionals approach pet allergens under the technical term inhalant allergens. The most common inhalation allergy is cat hair allergy, followed by dog hair allergy. Inhalation allergies can also be caused by other pets or hobby animals. Examples include hamster and horse hair, and feathers and dust from birds, especially parrots. Bird mites in canaries, parakeets, etc. can lead to allergic reactions. This reaction can cause people to suffer from, for example, watery eyes, shortness of breath and sneezing A pigeon fancier's lung is an allergic reaction of lung tissue after inhaling proteins derived from the birds' feathers and dried faeces. This applies not only to pigeons but also to canaries, parrots, parakeets and other birds in the house or aviary. The more bird dust is inhaled, the stronger the body's reaction.
Tropical birds source of disease
According to experts in avian science(ornithology) and family doctors, keeping tropical birds in the house is not without risks. According to researchers, the import of tropical birds has caused an epidemic in Europe.
This is a form of parrot disease (psittacosis) that has adapted to humans. It can cause all kinds of chronic diseases and even cancer. Humans get the bacteria through dust spread by the birds. GPs have found that many people who came for consultations with pneumonia kept tropical birds. This has led to a suspected link with lung cancer. Ten years of field studies by GPs and hospitals in the Hague / NL region revealed further new cases of lung cancer. Bird breeders are particularly at risk.
Parrot disease (psittacosis) is an infectious animal disease that occurs in birds worldwide. Not only in parrots and parakeets, but also in poultry, pigeons, ducks, turkeys, canaries and other birds. Parrot disease is a zoonotic disease. This means that an animal can transmit the disease to humans.
Unique range of effective mobile Clean Air Optima® air purifiers that combat bird dust
Clean Air Optima®'s unique range of air purifiers is particularly suitable for bird breeders and bird owners, such as pigeon, canary and parrot lovers, because Clean Air Optima® air purifiers provide healthy, clean breathing air in your hobby room.
Choosing the right Clean Air Optima® solution for your situation.
When choosing the right type of Clean Air Optima® air purifier, you should consider not only the size of the room in which the birds are kept, but also especially the amount of bird dust in this room as well as the type and number of birds. Proper ventilation of the room and the timely cleaning or changing of filters aids the effectiveness of the air cleaning process.
Air Purifier prevention in case of high bird dust load indoors
The Clean Air Optima® Intelligent HEPA UV air purifiers CA-510Pro Smart and CA-509Pro Smart free the indoor space from bird dust from many bird dust-producing birds such as grey parrots, Amazons, cockatoos and macaws in rooms up to 110m² /275m³.
The unique Clean Air Optima® DUAL Airflow filtration system of the CA-510Pro Smart and the CA-509Pro Smart features a total of 10 filters for effective high-end air cleaning including the original TRUE HEPA filter of HEPA filter class H13 and filters out all suspended microscopic particles of at least 0.3 µm in size from indoor air with a total separation efficiency of 99.97%.
Air Purifier Prevention for moderate bird dust load indoors
The Clean Air Optima® HEPA UV ioniser air purifiers CA-508 and CA-506 feature a single Airflow filtration system with 6-fold filter technology. The original TRUE HEPA filter of HEPA filter class H13, with a total separation efficiency of 99.97%, filters out all suspended microscopic particles of at least 0.3 µm in size from indoor air and frees the room from relatively large bird dust particles in rooms up to 80m² / 200m³.
The Clean Air Optima® HEPA UV ioniser air purifiers CA-503B compact Smart and CA-503T Compact Smart feature a 360° Airflow filtration system with 6-fold filter technology. The original TRUE HEPA filter of HEPA filter class H 13, with a total separation efficiency of 99.97%, filters out all suspended microscopic particles of at least 0.3 µm in size from indoor air and frees the room from relatively large bird dust particles in rooms up to 30m² / 75m³.
Air Purifier Prevention for light bird dust load indoors
The Clean Air Optima® UV Plasma ioniser air purifier CA-401 with 5-fold filter technology, including an electrostatic filter with three large dust-collecting fins, achieves a total separation rate of between 90 and 95% for bird dust. Easy cleaning of the fins of the electrostatic filter eliminates the need for replacement filters. The Clean Air Optima® UV Plasma ioniser air purifier CA-401 provides clean breathing air in hobby rooms up to 60m²/150m³.
The Clean Air Optima® HEPA UV ioniser air purifier CA-502Pro Mini features a DUAL filtration system with 5-fold filter technology. The original TRUE HEPA filter of HEPA filter class H13, with a total separation efficiency of 99.97%, filters out all suspended microscopic particles of at least 0.3 µm in size from indoor air and frees the room from relatively small bird dust particles in rooms up to 20m² / 40m³.
The air-purifying effect of Clean Air Optima® air purifiers
Clean Air Optima® air purifiers filter micro-fine dust and odour particles from indoor air and effectively remove all kinds of allergens such as pollen, house dust, pet dander, cat and dog allergens, bird dust from all kinds of birds such as parakeets, parrots, canaries, pigeons, and unpleasant odours from indoor air. Clean Air Optima® air purifiers deactivate mites, bacteria, moulds and viruses suspended in indoor air. This minimises the risk of allergic reactions and the transmission of bacteria, viruses and mould.
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