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Keeping Homes and Families Safe with Swordfish Air

Swordfish Air kills 99.9% of airborne viruses and bacteria at home.

In times of uncertainty such as this COVID-19 pandemic that drastically changed the way people live, safety and protection became the number one priority of everyone across the globe. Viruses such as COVID-19 are airborne and while people cannot see it with their very own eyes, they can combat it with the help of Swordfish Air.

Swordfish Air is an air purifier that uses powerful UV technology to destroy airborne viruses and bacteria like cold and flus. The effectiveness of their powerful air purifying technology can kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria in the home. Also, Swordfish Air doesn’t have any filters to change or clean. It does not only provide clean air for an entire house but it also saves time and money for its owners.

“Protect your home and your loved ones with clean, healthy air by using Swordfish Air,” said the team at Swordfish Air. There is nothing more important than securing the safety of families especially in their own homes. With the help of Swordfish Air and their technology, there are no more allergy and asthma triggers, and most especially bid goodbye to cold and flu viruses.

Keep safety in mind and visit Swordfish Air’s website at

About Swordfish Air

Swordfish Air is a company that offers air purification technologies for clean, healthy air.

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Company Name: Swordfish Air
Contact Person: Curlie McCalla
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Phone: 1 (877) 791 5777
Country: United States

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