Indoor industrial air quality is a problem – particularly at occupant level where we all work.
Unlike ceiling air cleaners, the EcoAir is different because it’s specifically designed to remove the problem causing particles at occupant level.
Our research into understanding airflow patterns and fine particle transport within industrial buildings led us to our revolutionary design. We engineered a patented approach that moves a very large volume of air through our filters in a highly specific flow pattern.
The key to cleaning the air is the speed at which we filter it.
The air enters at 350 FPM (Feet Per Minute) at the filter plane. That’s much slower than any alternative systems. The slower the air moves through the filters – the more particles they capture!
We also designed specialized washable and reusable filters to remove smaller particulate all the way down to .03 micrometers (.3 μm or microns).
This combination of slow air and specialized filters cleans the air in a large open space far more effectively than any alternative methods.
This means clean, clear air everywhere, filtering 320% more air than any alternative system. The benefits of clean air are far reaching.
Clean air provides a safer, comfortable work environment for everyone.
Clean air improves the general health of employees (or at least stops contributing to poor health).
Healthier employees are happier, more productive and take less sick days.
Safer, healthier, comfortable work environments attract and retain valuable workers.
Clean air doesn’t have to be a luxury either. The ecoair brings amazing results while using less energy, which reduces your carbon footprint. Clean air is good for your employees, your business and the planet.
If you only wanted to clean the air, this system would be a great solution. But it also tackles stratification and saves you money.
Particles that are approximately 100 microns in diameter.
These airborne particles can enter the nose and mouth during normal breathing and include things like hail, snow, insect debris, room dust, soot aggregates, coarse sand, gravel, and sea spray.
Particles that are approximately 10 microns in diameter.
These airborne particles will pass through the nose and throat, reaching the lungs. They include things like ice crystals, pollen, bacteria, windblown dust, fly ash, coal dust, mold and silt.
< 2.5 microns
Particles that are approximately 2.5 microns in diameter or less.
These particles are a especially hazardous because they will penetrate into the gas exchange region of the lungs. They include things like viruses, bacteria, metallurgical fumes, soot, oil smoke, tobacco smoke, clay and other fumes.