Lev-co
LEV-CO
182 N Port Road, Unit 3
Port Perry, Ontario L9L 0B7
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Office: (905) 831-7001 / (888) 862-5356
Fax: (905) 831-7443 / (866) 885-1583
E-Mail: sales@lev-co.com
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Flush Mounted (Ceiling) Air extraction

Totally concealed, ceiling mounted air cleaners ideal for offices, lunchrooms, meetings rooms and computer rooms. A quiet yet efficient solution to clean work space.
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FM600 Commercial - Dust & Odors - Washable and/or disposable filters - 2’ X 2’ T - Bar Mount (600 CFM)
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600 CFM Flush Mount Unit. Fits in a standard 2’ x 2’ ceiling tile opening. Includes (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 Virus 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.

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. 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: 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:
    002 - Brochures:
    017 - LEV CAD Blocks (Auto CAD, RVT, SLDPRT):
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FM1000 Commercial - Dust & Odors - Washable and/or disposable filters - 2’ X 4’ T - Bar Mount (1,000 CFM)
fm1000-t-bar-ceiling-air-cleaner-24-48 - Main Image
1,000 CFM Flush Mount Unit. Fits in a standard 2’ x 4’ ceiling tile opening. Includes (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 Virus 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.

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. 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: 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:
    002 - Brochures:
    017 - LEV CAD Blocks (Auto CAD, RVT, SLDPRT):