Hospitals and healthcare facilities
While hospitals and clinics generally have air filtration systems that reduce the spread of infectious diseases, those systems might only be available in certain sections of the buildings, which can be supplemented by HEPA air scrubbers.
In addition, these portable negative air machines clean air potentially contaminated by viruses, bacteria and other pathogens. In a closed room, these machines create negative pressure so that when the hospital room door is opened, the air is pulled into the room from outside instead of letting potentially contaminated air out of the room.
The use of portable air scrubbers with HEPA filters in hospitals and healthcare facilities is an effective way to prevent cross-contamination between patients and the spread of dangerous infections and diseases.
Phoenix Guardian R HEPA System
- The most compact, portable, True HEPA air filtration device made.
- Durable, lightweight and stackable.
- The ultimate blend of portability and performance.
- The optional 4-stage absorption filter contains a blend of activated carbon and potassium permanganate to remove airborne odors and chemicals.
The Indoor Air Hygiene Institute (IAHI) certifies buildings that meet a standard of excellence for indoor air ventilation, filtration, and purification. Today, an organization’s success can depend on proving that the air in its building is safe to breathe.
With certification from the Indoor Air Hygiene Institute, you will achieve two things:
- Positive impact on occupant health and performance.
- Communication and visibility of the indoor air quality (IAQ) levels reached, so occupants can feel comfortable and assured that the air in your building is healthy.