Now You Can Go Inside for a Breath of Fresh Air
In today’s world, indoor air quality is an increasing concern and the ability to provide clean air to room occupants is more important than ever. Most commercial spaces focus primarily on cost and thermal comfort while air quality is based on minimum requirements, which can result in lower than optimal air quality.
The Room Air Purifier (RAP) is an ideal option for improving indoor air quality wherever and whenever you need it, particularly in high density areas like office spaces, classrooms, fitness centers, retail and restaurants. It is designed to continuously cycle air through a HEPA filter, eliminating unwanted dust particles, germs and contaminants.
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends using portable high-efficiency air filtration systems for the safe reopening of schools and office buildings, with additional consideration to include UVGI (ultraviolet germicidal irradiation) as a supplemental technique to inactivate potential airborne viruses of common occupied spaces.1
ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers), the primary US organization responsible for providing building standards and guidelines related to ventilation of commercial buildings, also recommends using portable high-efficiency air filtration (HEPA) systems to protect against the SARS-CoV-2 virus in high density commercial and institutional spaces.2
- 150-600 cfm
- Easily removable and replaceable HEPA filter
- Quiet operation
- MERV 8 pre-filter
- Energy efficient smart EC motor
- Adjustable fan speed
- 115 V power cord
- Antimicrobial powder coat finish
- Casters provided for ease of mobility
- UV light treatment (Optional)
- Bi-polar ionization (Optional)
The air entering the RAP is pre-filtered with a MERV 8 filter. The air then passes through a HEPA filter with a gasket seal on the filter frame to create a reliable seal to prevent filter bypass. The HEPA filter has a minimum efficiency of 99.99% at 0.3μm particle size.
2 ASHRAE Position Document on Infectious Aerosols, April 2020