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HEPA Air Filtration Systems: Get What's Right for the Job


When you are managing a facility, air quality is likely at the top of your priority. With colder months upon us, people will be spending even more time indoors and less time outside. Germs and harmful particulate matter thrive indoors when there is no type of purification system. A high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter is the most effective way to capture and eliminate pollutants. They are designed to help facilities get and maintain clean air. Let’s look at which HEPA filter air purifier is best and how they work. 

What is a HEPA Filter?

HEPA filters are a type of pleated machine that shifts through air and removes at least 99.97% of any airborne particles that are 0.3 micrometers. If particles are larger or smaller, HEPA filters are able to trap them at an even higher efficiency rate. It is important to note that the higher the minimum efficiency reporting values or MERV rating, the better the filter will be at trapping particles. A MERV rating of 16 is the best and highest level a HEPA filter can receive. HEPA filters have grades and anything above an H10 is considered to be a true HEPA. The highest level is an H13 or H14 and they can trap 99.95% and 99.995% of the small particles. 

Each HEPA filter will need to be replaced once a year to function properly. Until that point, this form of air purification will work perfectly. Purchasing a new HEPA filter and replacing the old is generally the only maintenance your system will need on a yearly basis. Every HEPA filter will be tested to ensure that the filter can capture the proper amount of particles. When it receives a passing percentage, the test data will be included on the filter’s label. There are many falsely advertised HEPA filters available for purchase. A true HEPA product will always be listed as true HEPA or medical-grade HEPA filter.

Why Do You Need One? 

Indoor air pollutants can make the air quality up to five times worse than outdoor air. Particulate matter is the main cause for poor air quality. This includes dust, bacteria, viruses, mold, and any other element that can be harmful when it enters the body. When you breathe in particulate matter, it can either irritate your airway or embed itself into your lungs and enter into the bloodstream. Health problems like decreased lung function, heart attacks, and cancer are some of the life-threatening results of poor air conditions. In order to ensure your facility and the people inside are breathing quality air, you may want to consider installing an air purifier with a HEPA filter

Containment and Filtration Systems

When you are looking for an indoor air purification system, it needs to have the ability to circulate air through a filter multiple times an hour. During that process, harmful particles and gasses are removed from the air and are trapped in the filter. All of our equipment is designed with HEPA filtration to control contaminated air. 

HEPAFORCE AIR Negative Air Machines and Scrubbers 

These filters are perfect for light construction, medical facilities, factories, commercial buildings, or any other facility that has mold, asbestos, or lead. By creating positive or negative air pressure, it creates lower air pressure to keep it from escaping the area and guides the air through the filter. This medical-grade filtration system can trap 99.99% of 0.3 microns and has a filtration efficiency of MERV 16. Our durable design is made to withstand years of use. It is portable and has an easy-to-clean, sleek exterior. We ensure that each system is tested and meets the required standards before sending it to you so it will be ready for use upon delivery. You can customize the speed of your machine to have airflow moving anywhere from 50 to 1,000 cubic feet per minute (CFM). 

The scrubber offers built-in convenience and an easy way to ensure surfaces within your facility are also free of harmful particles. By utilizing a search and retrieve method, it can cover thousands of feet and purify the space. This makes scrubbers an excellent addition for any large-scale facility. 

HEPAFORCE GermBuster Room Air Purifiers

When paired with UV-FORCE, this HEPA filter machine can push the air in a room that is 3,200 cubic feet through the system up to six times per hour. These units are best suited for patient rooms, waiting rooms, consultation rooms, and anywhere else germs may be lingering. Far-UVC works so well in medical facilities because it physically destroys any bacteria, viruses, and spores. 

A standard HEPAFORCE GermBuster is perfect for schools, nursing homes, and doctor's offices. It is more sustainable than other options because it uses 40% less electricity than other units. By pulling air into its system through the bottom, it will work to trap any tiny particles before releasing clean air through the top. Its HEPA filter guarantees that particulate matter will be captured at 99.97% for particles that are 0.3 microns in size. 

HEPACART Mobile Containment & Filtration

Our classic HEPACART dust containment system is the reason for our name. Not only does it make dust contaminants and infection control easier to handle, but it does not compromise safety protocols. It was designed specifically by healthcare contractors to ensure it will be properly suited to ensure the health of anyone within the area. Our first units were sold back in 2006 and they are still working without any issues. These machines are durable and can be upgraded as the industry evolves. Each HEPACART will have a HEPA filter that operates at the required 99.97% at .03 microns, MERV 18 plus rating, and a 750 CFM fan.

Interested in More?

At the end of the day, there is not one specific model that will be the best option for every facility. However, there are plenty of options to choose from that will ensure the health of those within the facility is a top priority. It is important to know how much space a filtration machine will need to cover, what features would work best for your environment, and the size of your budget in order to know which HEPA filter air purifier is best for your facility. To help you understand the differences in each system, download our convenient pricing guide!



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