PP-L Product Reference: MGAP 800

The MGAP 800 rapidly purifies the air by eliminating microbes using UV-C and HEPA, at a flow rate of 800m3/hour.

Safe to use in occupied spaces, the MGAP 800 has a flow rate of 800m3 per hour and eliminates microbes by using HEPA 13 and HEPA 14 filters, UV-C light, double G4 filtration and copper mesh inactivation screens. The device can be easily moved to suit your needs, as it is mounted on castor wheels.


Key Benefits

Eliminates microbes, including that which cause COVID-19 – rapidly purifies the air

Safe – it is enclosed in a robust aluminium housing and has been classified in the RG0 risk group, indicating that it poses no risks under normal conditions of use

Mobile – mounted on castor wheels for easy moving of the device

Cost-effective – high performance motors with in-built EC technology uses less energy, minimising operating costs and reducing emissions

Long lifespan – the HEPA and UV-C device only need to be changed every 2 years


The MGAP 800 is ideal for use in the following areas:


How the MGAP 800 Works


Problems with Poor Air Quality

Without adequate ventilation or other interventions, viral loads in an occupied interior environment can build, creating a high transmission risk. This is because airborne viruses (aerosols) can spread inside due to air currents, and then be contracted through the inhalation of these aerosols.

Technical Specifications

Dimensions (mm)

750 x 730 x 850



Maximum noise level





EN62471: 2010


All of our UV-C products have a standard two-year warranty. This, however, does not cover any damage caused by misuse or
any mechanical or chemical damage which is not a result of any defect in the workmanship or materials.
We recommend that the light fittings themselves are replaced every 12,000 hours in order to keep their germicidal effectiveness high enough (70% of original irradiation level) to be able to inactivate microbes efficiently at the correct Lethal Dose.

Additional information


Chilled and Cold Spaces, Clinical Spaces, Conventional Spaces