Airgle Corporation

Airgle Corp is proud of our partnership with the American Lung Association and the important clean indoor air initiatives we share. 

Supporter Overview

Since 1999, Airgle Corp. has been an industry leader with worldwide distribution of air purification systems, both stand alone and HVAC compatible. Our professional-grade purification solutions are engineered to combat airborne pathogens, ultra-fine particulates and VOCs in all indoor settings. Headquartered in New York, we manufacture the only air purifiers possessing a cHEPA filter, with a capture threshold down to 0.003 microns and Airgle’s patented ultraviolet titanium pro module.

Past and Current Projects

Airgle is very proud of the work we’ve achieved in helping companies and organizations combat the threat of poor and unhealthy indoor air quality. Notable hospitals like Grady Health use Airgle systems in their Medical and Surgical ICUs. As does academic institutions like the University of Cambridge. Airgle also protects the indoor spaces of NASA and UNICEF to name only a few.

Airgle is supporting The American Lung Association’s mission for clean indoor air by donating up to $100,000 worth of portable air cleaners to individuals with COPD who were impacted by wildfire smoke in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Nebraska as well as Better Breathers Clubs members.


About Airgle Corporation

Headquartered in New York for over 20 years, the Airgle Corp has been at the forefront of designing and manufacturing air purification solutions, engineered to combat airborne pathogens (including CoV-2), ultra-fine particulates and VOCs. Airgle's cHEPA filter features cleanroom-grade purification with an efficiency of over 99.998% at 0.003 microns. That is 100x more discriminating than traditional HEPA media. Airgle's institutional customers around the globe trust and rely on our air purification systems to combat their air quality needs and requirements.

Partner With Us

Our reputation is built on a solid foundation of a 120-year history of improvements in lung health. Learn more about the benefits and we’ll help your organization find the perfect fit for your corporate philanthropy needs.


Page last updated: May 31, 2023

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