$1,495.00 – $1,595.00
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Patented eHEPA® Technology
With patented eHEPA® technology, this unit effectively filter air in a highly efficient and innovative 3-stage process, resulting in a safer work environment with a healthier breathing zone for occupants.
As contaminated air passes through the unit, the Pre-Filter, eHEPA® Filter, and Enhanced Carbon Catalytic Filter work in conjunction to collect and deactivate airborne particles; including dust, smoke, allergens, gasses, odors, and VOCs.
HealthyAir® System 3-stage process collectively utilizes the 5 filtration methods of Sieving, Direct impact, Inertial Impaction, Diffusion, and Electrostatic.
The Healthy Air® Extraoral Suction System for Dental Aerosol Extraction may be operated as a Recirculating System or as an Outside Vent Negative Pressure System. The out-of-the-box default configuration of the unit is for Recirculating Ventilation.
Recirculating Ventilation means the unit is designed to take in contaminated air though the extraction hose, filter contaminants, and discharge purified air from the exhaust vent, located on the bottom of the unit, back into the facility.
Outside Ventilation – Negative Pressure Application
The components required to setup the unit for Outside Ventilation Negative Pressure applications come with the unit, as outlined in the manual. When configured for Outside Ventilation, the system is designed to take in contaminated air though the extraction hose, filter contaminants, and discharge treated air out of the facility via an exhaust duct connection to the 4” dia. outlet port of the unit.
With the HealthyAir unit configured for vent-to-outside operation, and all doors, windows, and return air vents closed, negative pressure can be generated within a room. This type of setup results in a ventilation system that removes more exhaust air from the room than air that is allowed into the room, which limits the escape of contaminated air from the room.