Lev-co
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1. What is Covid 19?
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.
2. What are the Covid-19 health concerns around aerosol spread?
Scientists and researchers are continually gathering new evidence about this disease, including routes of transmission. New data suggests that it is possible for COVID-19 to spread through the air among people who are in enclosed, crowded spaces with poor ventilation for a prolonged period of time. Factors contributing to the transmission may include activities that cause heavy breathing, such as singing, dancing or exercise, especially without precautions such as wearing a mask or keeping a physical distance. However, close, person-to-person contact with an infected person before they show symptoms remains the most common method of transmission.
3. Can mechanical air filtration systems make indoor spaces safe from Covid-19?
If you are in a room that can’t get enough outside air for dilution, consider an air cleaner, also commonly called air purifiers. These machines remove particles from the air, usually using a filter made of tightly woven fibers. They can capture particles containing bacteria and viruses and can help reduce disease transmission. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says that air cleaners can do this for the coronavirus, but not all air cleaners are equal. Before you go out and buy one, there are few things to keep in mind. In light of the WHO's confirmation that there is "emerging evidence" of airborne transmission of Coronavirus Lev-co has put together a series of products that may assist you in designing and procuring solutions that limit the spread of airborne particles such as the coronavirus. In this section you will find equipment that addresses each of these components required in a ventilation system tailored to capture and filter and return air to your facility.
4. What do the health experts say?
The EPA says: " When used properly, air cleaners and HVAC filters can help reduce airborne contaminants including viruses in a building or small space. By itself, air cleaning or filtration is not enough to protect people from exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19. When used along with other best practices recommended by CDC and others, filtration can be part of a plan to reduce the potential for airborne transmission of COVID-19 indoors."
5. How do different systems work and what are the practical and health concerns?
See our list of Control measures listed below, Please note, the practical and health concerns are listed within each CM.
6. What are the common components of a Covid-19 Ventilation system?
See Below:
  • Supply Air diffusers and/or Nozzles to direct the clean air to the occupant
  • Transport ducts and hoses
  • Powered and non-powered filter housings and air cleaners
  • Electrical controls (VFD and differential Pressure controls)
  • Booster fans (Optional)
  • Capture devices
7. In what kind of environments can mechanical air filtration systems be most effective?
The environments that are best suited for mechanical ventilation are:
  • Nursing homes
  • Fitness clubs
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Meeting rooms
  • Lunchrooms and cafeterias
Here is an article from the CDC discussing this further: https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2003-136/pdfs/2003-136.pdf
8. What are the pros and cons of Local Exhaust Ventilation versus HVAC solutions? Are there any other possible solutions?
Telescopic Series - Directional Flow Air Cleaner - Stand Alone
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LEV-CO's Stand-Alone Telescopic Series Directional Flow Air Cleaner is designed to control contaminated air, capture it, convert it with filters, and recirculate it through various workplaces in above head applications. Cleaning the air you breathe and keeping occupants of the area safe from a variety of respirable hazards including viruses. The cleaned air is supplied at a flow rate of 700 M3/H (400 CFM) or 1000 M3/H (600 CFM) per filter module, directly to the occupants breathing zone.

Telescopic Series Directional Flow Air Cleaner provides purified clean air for open rooms and areas that experience high foot traffic. A simple “Pre-engineered" solution with "Clean-to-less-clean" air distribution, HEPA H14 Filtration (99.995% @ 100 Nanometer), Duct, and Diffusion Hood. The Telescopic unit is fitted with hoods that are available in 2 sizes: 24 and 36 inches

Placed in a variety of settings with medium to high occupancy, the clean filtered air leaves the diffusion hood and gradually falls in its surrounded area, creating a buuble of clean air around the unit.

This unit comes with:
  • H14 HEPA Filter
  • MERV 10 Prefilter
  • Diffusion Hoods for area coverage.
  • Telescopic Duct Kits available for different ceiling heights.
  • Availble with activated carbon Deep Bed Absorption module. (Other adsorption media are available)

This solution employs the ventilation method of "Clean-to-less-clean" air movement coupled with HEPA filtration as recommended by the CDC, ASHRAE, WHO and more. By using this system you will immediately achieve 99.995% clean air around the table and after a short while a 98-99% Reduction of the Virus and Bacteria in the rest of the Room.

NEW GUIDANCE FROM CDC, ASHRAE, AND WHO, REGARDING 'CLEAN-TO-LESS-CLEAN AIR MOVEMENT':
Extracted from ASHRAE's Technical Resources for Healthcare Web Page
Airflow from Clean to Less Clean
  • More important than having to wait a longer time between room changeover due to lower ACH
  • More important than air change rate
  • More important than outside air % above 2ACH

By simply having a normal conversation, aerosolized viruses and bacteria can remain in the air indefinitely, therefore it is important to use forced air to direct these aerosols away from the occupants and allow them to be captured by the HEPA H14 fan/filter unit where the air can be filtered and returned to the space. This limits the transmission of respirable viruses such as Influenza, Coronavirus, common cold, etc., thus substantially reducing the risk of being infected. For example, the zone over and around a 6-person table is approximately 10m3. This gives you a total ACH (Air Changes per Hour) of 60 ICA-700 filters.
This solution has a typical payback of 1 year when compared to the costs of 1-week sick leave, per year, per employee.

The systems use a combination of clean-to-less-clean air movement, HEPA Filtration and optional UV light as recommended by both the CDC and ASHRAE. The cleaned air is supplied at a rate of 700 M3/H (400 CFM) or 1000 M3/H (600 CFM) per filter module, directly to the occupants breathing zone. This creates a "Bubble" of constantly filtered clean air around the table and up to 53 air changes in the room.*

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, a 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.
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OTH SERIES - DIRECTIONAL FLOW AIR CLEANER - Stand Alone
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LEV-CO's Stand-Alone OTH Series Directional Flow Air Cleaner is designed to control contaminated air, capture it, convert it with filters, and recirculate it through various workplaces in over-the-table applications. Cleaning the air you breathe and keeping occupants of the area safe from a variety of respirable hazards including viruses. The cleaned air is supplied at a flow rate of 700 M3/H (400 CFM) or 1000 M3/H (600 CFM) per filter module, directly to the occupants breathing zone.

OTH Series Directional Flow Air Cleaner provides purified clean air for lunchrooms, meeting rooms, and other areas that experience high foot traffic. A simple “Pre-engineered" solution with "Clean-to-less-clean" air distribution, HEPA H14 Filtration (99.995% @ 100 Nanometer), Duct, and Diffusion Hood. The OTH is fitted with hoods that are available in four lengths: 1m (2-4 people), 1.5m (4-6 people), 2m (6-8 people), and 2.5m (8-10 people).

Placed in a variety of settings with medium to high occupancy, the clean filtered air leaves the diffusion hood and reaches the table (roughly 1 meter below) in 1.31 seconds after the Air Purifier module is turned on!

The over-table hood can be mounted horizontally or longitudinally using the provided mounting hardware.
  • H14 HEPA Filter
  • MERV 10 Prefilter
  • Multiple Diffusion Hoods for a variety of applications.
  • Duct kits available for different mounting scenarios.
  • Availble with activated carbon Deep Bed Absorption module. (Other adsorption media are available)

This solution employs the ventilation method of "Clean-to-less-clean" air movement coupled with HEPA filtration as recommended by the CDC, ASHRAE, WHO and more. By using this system you will immediately achieve 99.995% clean air around the table and after a short while a 98-99% Reduction of the Virus and Bacteria in the rest of the Room.

NEW GUIDANCE FROM CDC, ASHRAE, AND WHO, REGARDING 'CLEAN-TO-LESS-CLEAN AIR MOVEMENT':
Extracted from ASHRAE's Technical Resources for Healthcare Web Page
Airflow from Clean to Less Clean
  • More important than having to wait a longer time between room changeover due to lower ACH
  • More important than air change rate
  • More important than outside air % above 2ACH

By simply having a normal conversation, aerosolized viruses and bacteria can remain in the air indefinitely, therefore it is important to use forced air to direct these aerosols away from the occupants and allow them to be captured by the HEPA H14 fan/filter unit where the air can be filtered and returned to the space. This limits the transmission of respirable viruses such as Influenza, Coronavirus, common cold, etc., thus substantially reducing the risk of being infected. For example, the zone over and around a 6-person table is approximately 10m3. This gives you a total ACH (Air Changes per Hour) of 60 ICA-700 filters.
This solution has a typical payback of 1 year when compared to the costs of 1-week sick leave, per year, per employee.

The systems use a combination of clean-to-less-clean air movement, HEPA Filtration and optional UV light as recommended by both the CDC and ASHRAE. The cleaned air is supplied at a rate of 700 M3/H (400 CFM) or 1000 M3/H (600 CFM) per filter module, directly to the occupants breathing zone. This creates a "Bubble" of constantly filtered clean air around the table and up to 53 air changes in the room.*

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, a 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.
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ADO Series - DIRECTIONAL FLOW AIR CLEANER - Stand Alone
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LEV-CO’s Stand-alone ADO Adjustable Direction Outlets with Hepa H14 Filtration for Coffeerooms, Lunchrooms, Meeting rooms. and benches. A simple “Pre-engineered” solution with "Clean-to-less-clean" air distribution, HEPA H14 Filtration (99.995% @ 100 Nanometer), Duct and Diffusion Hood.

ADO Adjustable Direction Outlets with HEPA H14 Professional Air Purifiers 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 ADO 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 Viruses and Bacteria in larger rooms faster. The 99.995% cleaned air is produced in a controlled direction, into the breathing zone. The cleaned air is then mixed with the rest of the air in the room. The viruses and bacteria in the room will be reduced. ADO is for rooms from 40m2 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, the 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.
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OSA SERIES - DIRECTIONAL FLOW AIR CLEANER - Stand Alone
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LEV-CO's Stand-alone OSA Series Directional Flow Air Cleaner is designed to control contaminated air, capture it, convert it with filters, and recirculate it through various workplaces in over-the-table applications. Cleaning the air you breathe and keeping occupants of the area safe from a variety of respirable hazards including viruses. The cleaned air is supplied at a flow-rate of 700 M3/H (400 CFM) or 1000 M3/H (600 CFM) per filter module, directly to the occupants breathing zone.

The supply hood is extremely easy to maneuver into position. With a Flexible Arm, it's able to reach anywhere within a 2m/3m radius.

OSA Series Directional Flow Air Cleaner employs the ventilation method of "Clean-to-less-clean" air movement coupled with HEPA filtration as recommended by the CDC, ASHRAE, WHO and more. By using this system you will immediately achieve 99.995% clean air around the Table and after a short while a 98-99% Reduction of the Virus and Bacteria in the rest of the room.

NEW GUIDANCE FROM CDC, ASHRAE, AND WHO, REGARDING 'CLEAN-TO-LESS-CLEAN AIR MOVEMENT':
Extracted from ASHRAE's Technical Resources for Healthcare Web Page
Airflow from Clean to Less Clean
  • More important than having to wait a longer time between room changeover due to lower ACH
  • More important than air change rate
  • More important than outside air % above 2ACH

By just having a normal conversation, aerosolized viruses and bacteria can remain in the air indefinitely, therefore it is important to use forced air to direct these aerosols away from the occupants and allow them to be captured by the HEPA H14 fan/filter unit where the air can be filtered and returned to the space. This limits the transmission of respirable viruses such as Influenza, Coronavirus, common cold, etc. thus substantially reducing the risk of being infected. For example; the zone over and around a 6-person table is approximately 10m3. This gives you a total ACH (Air Changes Per HOUR) of 60 ICA-700 filters.

This solution has a typical payback of 1 year when compared to the costs of 1-week sick leave, per year, per employee.

The systems use a combination of clean-to-less-clean air movement, HEPA Filtration and optional UV light as recommended by both the CDC and ASHRAE. The cleaned air is supplied at a rate of 700 M3/H (400 CFM) or 1000 M3/H (600 CFM) per filter module, directly to the occupants breathing zone. This creates a "Bubble" of constantly filtered clean air around the table and up to 53 air changes in the room.*

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.
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45AN SERIES - DIRECTIONAL FLOW AIR CLEANER - Stand Alone
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LEV-CO’s Stand-alone ICA (Immediate Clean Air) 45 Degree Adjustable Nozzle with Hepa H14 Filtration for Coffee, Lunch, Meeting, Waiting rooms, Offices, Schools, Restaurants, Fitness Studios, Locker rooms and benches. A simple “Pre-engineered” solution with "Clean-to-less-clean" air distribution, HEPA H14 Filtration (99.995% @ 100 Nanometer), Duct and Diffusion Hood.

ICA 45 Degree Adjustable Nozzle 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 ADO and H-ADO models are for larger rooms. With the ICA 45 Degree Adjustable Nozzle, 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 Viruses and Bacteria in larger rooms faster. The 99.995% cleaned air is produced in a controlled direction, into the breathing zone. The cleaned air is then mixed with the rest of the air in the room. The viruses and bacteria in the room will be reduced. The concentration 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 and 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.
Attachments
001 - Equipment Specification and Dimension Drawings:
004 - Product Videos:
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MNSD SERIES - DIRECTIONAL FLOW AIR CLEANER - Stand Alone
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LEV-CO’s Stand-alone MNSD Multipurpose No Supply Duct with Hepa H14 Filtration for Coffee, Lunch, Meeting and Waiting Rooms, Offices, Schools, Restaurants, Fitness studios, Locker rooms, and Benches. A simple “Pre-engineered” solution with "Clean-to-less-clean" air distribution, HEPA H14 Filtration (99.995% @ 100 Nanometer), Duct and Diffusion Hood.

Stand-alone MNSD Multipurpose No Supply Duct with HEPA H14 professional Airpurifiers are used indoors for reducing COVID-19 and other Viruses in the air. They come in two sizes. 700m3/h and 1000m3/h. It is recommended to filter the total air volume in a room 6 times/hour.

For your safety, each HEPA H14 filter is delivered with a Certificate and is leak tested. The efficiency is over 99.995% on particles and viruses which are under/over 0.16 micrometre (down to 0.01 micrometre). The Filters are manufactured in Europe by a HEPA H14 specialist, well known all over the world.

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 Looms, 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 then 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 then 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: Thev clean filtered air is then 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.
Attachments
001 - Equipment Specification and Dimension Drawings:
004 - Product Videos:
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Linear Workstation - DIRECTIONAL FLOW AIR CLEANER - STAND ALONE
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LEV-CO’s Stand-alone Linear Workstation Ventilation System comes with a 45 Degree Adjustable Nozzle with Hepa H14 Filtration for Coffee, Lunch, Meeting, Waiting rooms, Offices, Schools, Restaurants, Fitness Studios, Locker rooms and benches. A simple “Pre-engineered” solution with "Clean-to-less-clean" air distribution, HEPA H14 Filtration (99.995% @ 100 Nanometer), Duct and Diffusion Hood.

Linear Workstation Ventilation Systems 45 Degree Adjustable Nozzle 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 ADO and H-ADO models are for larger rooms. With the ICA 45 Degree Adjustable Nozzle, 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 Viruses and Bacteria in larger rooms faster. The 99.995% cleaned air is produced in a controlled direction, into the breathing zone. The cleaned air is then mixed with the rest of the air in the room. The viruses and bacteria in the room will be reduced.

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, the 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.
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FM1000 Commercial - DIRECTIONAL FLOW AIR CLEANER - Stand Alone
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The FM1000 Commercial Directional Flow Air Cleaner is a great solution for above-ceiling mounting when faced with a standard 2' x 4' ceiling tile opening. This model features a flow rate of 1000 CFM.

The FM1000 Commercial Directional Flow Air Cleaner comes complete with (1) ½” aluminum mesh pre-filter, (1) 95% main filter (14ft²), (1) ½” charcoal after-filter and an ODOR/EX deodorizer.

For your Safety, each HEPA H14 filter is delivered with a Certificate and is leak tested. The efficiency is over 99.995% on particles and viruses which are under/over 0.16 micrometer (down to 0.01 micrometer). The Filters are manufactured in Europe by a HEPA H14 specialist, well known all over the world. This unit works on the principle of "Clean-to-less-clean" air movement, which supplies clean filtered air to the occupants breathing zone through a pre-engineered diffusion hood explicitly designed for the application.

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. The air passes through a silenced chamber engineered to dampen the associated noise generated by the air movement. 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%. Clean filtered air is returned to the indoor space through a low-noise duct and diffuser hood.

Mounting configurations for this particular unit are completely above the ceiling with a T-bar mount, and can be mounted flush with the ceiling tiles. The FM1000 features washable and/or disposable filters.

Main options:
  • Filter Options
  • Fan Upgrades
  • Motor Upgrades
  • Variable Frequency Drives
Attachments
001 - Equipment Specification and Dimension Drawings:
002 - Brochures: