ICA Adjustable Direction Outlets with HEPA H14 Professional Airpurifiers
are used indoors to reduce COVID-19 and other Viruses in the air. They come in two sizes. 700m3/hour and 1000m3/hour maximum airflow. It is recommended to filter the total air volume in a room 6 times/hour. The ICA Adjustable Direction Outlet models are for larger rooms.
With ADO (Adjustable Direction Outlet) you can direct the cleaned air in any direction and with up to 4 nozzles. This makes it possible to reduce the overall concentration of Virus and Bacteria in larger rooms faster. The 99.995% cleaned air is blown out, in a controlled direction, into the area where people inhale. The cleaned air is better mixed with the rest of the air in the room. The concentration of Virus/Bacteria in the air which come back to the Filter Unit is higher, which means that more Virus/Bacteria are filtrated in a shorter time. The Virus and Bacteria in the room will be reduced faster. ICA-700 is for rooms up to 40m2. ICA-1000 is for rooms up to 60m2.
Here's how it works:
- STEP 1: The "Clean-to-less-clean" air movement supplies clean filtered air to the occupants breathing zone through a pre-engineered diffusion hood explicitly designed for the application e.g., meeting rooms, lunchrooms, Locker rooms, classrooms, etc. This precise air movement is essential as the viral particles associated with Covid-19 have shown that they can remain airborne, for up to 16 hours in still air.
- STEP 2: An ultra-low noise fan draws the room air in at floor level where the air is least clean. The air is drawn in by a variable speed, centrifugal fan that allows the operator to control the flow based on the number of people in the room.
- STEP 3: The air passes through a silenced chamber engineered to dampen the associated noise generated by the air movement.
- STEP 4: A multi-stage filter module filters the contaminated air containing virus particles as small as 0.1 Micron (MicroMeters) to a purity level of 99.995%.
- STEP 5: An optional UVC germicidal treatment lamp can be purchased as a supplement to help destroy virus particles that may remain attached to the inner surfaces of the unit’s air intake housing.
- STEP 6: Clean filtered air is returned to the indoor space through a low-noise duct and diffuser hood detailed in Step 1, thus completing the filtration and ventilation circuit. This allows the air in a typical room to be changed over 100 times an hour.