The system, shown here in an isolated room, generates a slow moving, whole room air current. This flow is core to the design of our air cleaners and helps prevent larger particles from settling on surfaces, reducing touch transmission of diseases.
This slow-moving flow ‘pulls’ air down across the entire room, including corner areas, which can be a problem for existing HVAC systems, especially where ventilation systems have inlets and out-lets which are solely ceiling mounted.
This ‘whole room’ approach means a very high grade of air mixing occurs during the process, creating exceptional dilution.
Air quality of an ISO level 7 clean room is normally achieved.