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        Tips and Guidelines for Buying an Air Cleaner

        Portable particulate air filters designed for convenient relocation within a medical institution. May also be used to protect from toxic elements (biological, industrial,or radioactive) in emergency shelters.

        Tips for Buying an Air Cleaner

        1. Basic personnel should be able to operate and maintain high-efficiency mobile air filter cleaners, and therefore all air cleaners should be easy to set up and require minimal training.

        2. For ease-of-use, it is recommended that all air cleaner dials and gauges be easily readable and understandable, and that the portable air filtration systems be easily cleaned and moved.

        3. A filter change indicator should be available on the air cleaner unit.
        4. Some air cleaners have light emitting diode indicators, while others may rely on a pressure gauge.
        5. Monitoring air cleaner system performance in general can benefit from pressure gauges. Measuring changes in pressure can help discover a dirty filter or leaks in the seal of the high-efficiency particulate portable air filtration system.
        6. An ultraviolet germicidal irradiation lamp is usually offered, though it is not recommended by ECRI. It is an unneeded added expense, which may pose a potential health hazard due to harmful effects on exposed skin and eyes and the creation of ozone
        7. Users must periodically change high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and pre-filters. High-efficiency particulate air filtration systems should be changed every 1-2 years, and pre-filters - every 60-90 days, depending on conditions. To check for adequate airflow and possible leaks around the filters or in the housing, routine inspections must be performed.
        8. Frequently changing the mobile air filters increases the ongoing costs and raises the risk to personnel performing such maintenance. However, when filters are not changed often enough, capture and filtration efficiency decreases, and the risk of tuberculosis transmission is increased.
        9. Air cleaner filter removal, replacement methods and other required maintenance should all be easily performed.
        10. The instructions for air cleaner routine maintenance and service should be clear and simple. Ongoing air cleaner maintenance is required to ensure safe and effective operation.

        Questions for the Seller

        Before you purchase your Air Cleaner, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

        Configurations

        • Does it include recirculating?
        • Does it include an exhaust?
        • Is it mobile?
        • Is the filter disposable?
        • Is the filter reusable?

        Tips and Guidelines for Buying an Air Cleaner

        Portable particulate air filters designed for convenient relocation within a medical institution. May also be used to protect from toxic elements (biological, industrial,or radioactive) in emergency shelters.

        Tips for Buying an Air Cleaner

        1. Basic personnel should be able to operate and maintain high-efficiency mobile air filter cleaners, and therefore all air cleaners should be easy to set up and require minimal training.

        2. For ease-of-use, it is recommended that all air cleaner dials and gauges be easily readable and understandable, and that the portable air filtration systems be easily cleaned and moved.

        3. A filter change indicator should be available on the air cleaner unit.
        4. Some air cleaners have light emitting diode indicators, while others may rely on a pressure gauge.
        5. Monitoring air cleaner system performance in general can benefit from pressure gauges. Measuring changes in pressure can help discover a dirty filter or leaks in the seal of the high-efficiency particulate portable air filtration system.
        6. An ultraviolet germicidal irradiation lamp is usually offered, though it is not recommended by ECRI. It is an unneeded added expense, which may pose a potential health hazard due to harmful effects on exposed skin and eyes and the creation of ozone
        7. Users must periodically change high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and pre-filters. High-efficiency particulate air filtration systems should be changed every 1-2 years, and pre-filters - every 60-90 days, depending on conditions. To check for adequate airflow and possible leaks around the filters or in the housing, routine inspections must be performed.
        8. Frequently changing the mobile air filters increases the ongoing costs and raises the risk to personnel performing such maintenance. However, when filters are not changed often enough, capture and filtration efficiency decreases, and the risk of tuberculosis transmission is increased.
        9. Air cleaner filter removal, replacement methods and other required maintenance should all be easily performed.
        10. The instructions for air cleaner routine maintenance and service should be clear and simple. Ongoing air cleaner maintenance is required to ensure safe and effective operation.

        Questions for the Seller

        Before you purchase your Air Cleaner, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

        Configurations

        • Does it include recirculating?
        • Does it include an exhaust?
        • Is it mobile?
        • Is the filter disposable?
        • Is the filter reusable?
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