Keep your business safe with a Commercial Air Purifier
Are you an employer who’s wondering how to disinfect the air at a time like this?
In today’s environment it’s very important that if there are viruses in the air, the air is cleaned up with a commercial air purifier unit—especially when there are employees in the space. The Heal Air unit is an effective coronavirus air purifier that can sanitize the air to keep employees and businesses safe by capturing and killing the airborne Coronavirus, H1N1, SARS Virus, bacteria, and other pathogens.
Sanitation, sterilization, and purification are all words that refer to machines that can take the microbes, the dust, and the debris out of the air. The Heal Air unit is an air sterilization unit that is 99.7% effective at microbial removal. The bottom of the Heal Air unit has a preliminary air filter, which filters out any dust and debris that may come under the unit. Then the air moves upward into a chamber with extremely bright UVC lights. These extremely bright lights destroy microbes. Above that is a fan with variable speed. Vertically moving farther, there is an air filter. This is a HEPA filter.
How does the HEPA filter work as a Commercial Air Purifier?
The HEPA filter can remove 99.9% of any particles one micrometer or larger. Above the HEPA filter is an ionic plasma machine. The ionic plasma stream uses ions to clump the microbes together, making them fall to the floor and be pulled back into the unit as the air gets processed again.
BMIL can install the Heal Air disinfection system in a commercial or industrial space. Once the Heal Air unit is installed over time air particles will pass through and remove 99.9% of microbes. The unit will run for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, sterilizing, and sanitizing the air in the room.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Where can the Heal Air unit be used?
The Heal Air unit is available and effective in food processing plants and pharmaceutical manufacturing plants. The product is applicable to restaurants, retail, airports, hotels, schools, offices, hospitals, healthcare facilities, fitness clubs, places of worship, waiting lobbies, manufacturing plants, cold storage warehouses, industrial facilities, and shipping docks.
Are there filters that would need to be changed?
There’s an inexpensive pre-filter that will cost $20 on the order which is mounted at the bottom of the unit. The pre-filter will need to be replaced every six months. Then there’s a HEPA filter, which is a super highly efficient filter that will need to be replaced every five years which can cost as much as $500.
How big of a room can the Heal Air unit clean?
The size of a room the Heal Air can clean depends on the height of the room. Within a one-hour air turnover, a Heal Air unit can treat an eight-foot-tall room at 7,500 square feet, a 10-foot tall room at 6,000 square feet, a 12-foot tall room at 5,000 square feet, a 15-foot tall room at 4,000 square feet, and a 20-foot tall room at 3,000 square feet.
Is the Heal Air unit Safe?
The Heal Air unit is ETL listed, which is a safety certification. The Heal Air unit is on wheels so the unit can roll around and be plugged in and protected by the breaker on the wall. However, the product is not rated for outdoor or wet use. Other than that, the Heal Air unit is as safe as any device a business might put in their office or warehouse.
How long does it take to get a Heal Air unit?
BMIL carries the Heal Air unit in stock and can ship the unit generally within a week. This particular unit has a 26-week manufacturing lead time therefore BMIL buys them by the truckload and stores them in our warehouse for shipment.
How loud is the Heal Air unit?
The Heal Air unit’s adjustable air flows from zero to 1,000 CFM. If the unit is in a quiet zone, it can be slowed down to 700 CFM which will reduce the white noise. If white noise is desired then the unit can be increased to 1,000 CFM to drown out the sound.
How big is the Heal Air unit?
The Heal Air unit is a white cabinet. This white cabinet is a foot and a half wide, a foot and a half deep, and four feet tall.