on the market



4 k. м2


70 k.


108 mln. м3

purified air
per day

Airlife air purification systems provide high quality and safety of the air environment at minimal capital and operating costs.

Thanks to innovative photocatalytic purification technology, most of the captured pollutants do not accumulate on the filters, but are completely destroyed to the simplest harmless components of air: carbon dioxide, water and atmospheric nitrogen.


In 1995, Professor of Physical Chemistry Evgeny Nikolaevich Savinov was working on the fundamental problems of solar energy and natural photocatalysis and did not yet assume that his own daughter would need these developments.

In the spring of that year, the girl could hardly breathe because of the birch trees blooming around the house. Professor E. N. Savinov tried all the filters for the destruction of birch pollen. Filters didn't help. Then Evgeny Nikolaevich made a device that destroys all volatile organics at the molecular level, and installed it in his daughter's bedroom. The device was quite noisy and bulky, but the girl stopped coughing and was able to sleep peacefully. It was this device that became the prototype of Aerolife's unique photocatalytic cleaners.


Information Technology Institute (ITI) is founded. ITI conducts active research to create and manufacture fundamentally new products.

1995 - 1996

Professor of Physical Chemistry Evgeniy Savinov makes the first operational model of a photocatalytic air cleaner. The device proved to be noisy and bulky, but was able to protect Savinov’s daughter from a birch pollen allergy. It became the prototype for Airlife's unique photocatalytic purifiers.


After making more than 30 photocatalytic air cleaner prototypes, Evgeniy Savinov, Professor of the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Aleksey Pershin, General Director of OOO ITI, settle on the Aerolux Sevezh-12 model. This model is currently produced under the Airlife S-45 brand name.

Professor of Physical Chemistry

Evgeniy Savinov

"Since medical care has become unaffordable for many, and measures to maintain a proper environment are clearly not keeping up with the rate of environmental pollution, it is becoming necessary to fight for your own health while there is still something left to fight for."


The trademarks "Airlife" and "Sevezh" are registered.
Workshops are leased. An experimental batch of S-45 devices are tested and produced. Sales begin.


Small-scale production of models S-35, S-60, and S-200 is set up and launched.
A photocatalytic air cleaner is tested at research institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences as well as medical institutions.
A method for process control of the catalyst and finished products is developed.
The company participates in international conferences and exhibitions.


The first professional air purifiers are launched. In addition to photocatalytic air cleaners, they begin to use electrostatic filters that trap fine dust particles from 0.1 micrometers as well as smoke. A little later, coarse filters are added to the device.
Production of custom-made units begins, along with units for purifying air in offices, medical institutions, and restaurants.

General Director of ITI

Aleksey Pershin

“One of the most efficient and cost-effective methods for eliminating organic and inorganic eco-pollutants from indoor air is the photocatalytic oxidation method, which will become the primary method of molecular air purification in the 21st century.”


Comprehensive air purification technology is created.

Airlife participates in work funded by a NATO international grant regarding "Destruction of Trace Amounts of Chemical Weapons". This work involves experiments to destroy gaseous hydrocyanic acid, imitation mustard gas, and imitation sarin. In each case, the photocatalytic destruction method demonstrated 100% efficiency, achieved through converting the initial molecules of hazardous compounds into carbon dioxide, water, and anions of inorganic acids (nitrates, sulfates, and chlorides) adsorbed on the photocatalyst's surface.


Production of photocatalytic air purifiers is organized and launched in Lipetsk.


A laboratory is opened at the Zelinskiy Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences.


Federal Budgetary Research Institution of ROSPOTREBNADZOR's VECTOR Scientific Center of Virology and Biotechnology independently tests the operation of the Airlife S330L.

FGUN GNTs VB "Vector" of Rospotrebnadzor

“The Airlife S330L photocatalytic air purifier prototype presented for testing provided highly efficient filtration and disinfection of air containing finely dispersed bioaerosol… We believe photocatalytic air purifiers in the Airlife S330L series should be recommended for widespread use as a medical product for purifying and disinfecting air containing bacterial and viral pathogens, including tuberculosis microbacteria and influenza A virus.”


TOO Tenre-Airlife — the company's first foreign representative office and a new production site — opens in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The volume of air purified by Airlife devices reaches 1.5 million m3/day.


A new high-tech Airlife plant opens in the Kaluga Region. Production space amounts to more than 4,000 m², and there is a new testing laboratory.


To ensure the air quality safety during the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic, 76 COVID clinics choose Airlife equipment, including the Moscow Clinical Center for Infectious Diseases / Demikhov City Clinical Hospital, Moscow Clinical Infectious Disease Center Voronovskoye, and Novomoskovsk Multidisciplinary Medical Center (Kommunarka). In Moscow alone, more than 20,000 beds for COVID patients are equipped.



FSBI National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology named after Honorary Academician N.F. Gamaleya"

“The Airlife S330-L (SA-100) photocatalytic air purifier inactivates viruses (poliovirus, human adenovirus and coronavirus... as they pass through the unit.”

In 2015, a new high-tech Aerolife plant was opened in the Kaluga region.

In 2015, a new high-tech AIRLIFE plant opens in Kaluga Oblast. This let us not only to manufacture standard mass-produced equipment, but also to produce custom-made purification systems, changing the dimensions and composition to suit individual size constraints, while maintaining high quality.

AIRLIFE specialists thoroughly survey a site and select the best option for an air purification system. They design, manufacture, and install a turnkey system, and then also provide service 24/7.

In 2015, a new high-tech Aerolife plant was opened in the Kaluga region.
In 2015, a new high-tech Aerolife plant was opened in the Kaluga region.
In 2015, a new high-tech Aerolife plant was opened in the Kaluga region.
In 2015, a new high-tech Aerolife plant was opened in the Kaluga region.
In 2015, a new high-tech Aerolife plant was opened in the Kaluga region.

Provide advice regarding any air quality issues

Determine pollutant concentrations and composition

Select the best technological solutions and design for air disinfection and purification systems

Produce, install, and adjust equipment, perform equipment start-up

Guarantee on all purification systems. 24/7 support

Aerolife air purification technology

At the heart of all our – from domestic to highly specialized industrial complexes – lies the unique technology of complex cleaning.

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