Pure Breeze: HEPA Air Purifier for Dental Air Exchange & Airborne Infection Control Video
Pure Breeze: HEPA Air Purifier for Dental Air Exchange & Airborne Infection Control
The Pure Breeze HEPA Air Purifier is a portable air purifier that scrubs the air of dust, chemicals, and biological hazards.
Where should this unit be placed?
-Place in operatory rooms, patient waiting areas, or anywhere you would like to have filtered air exchange. It can exchange air in a 10'x11'x8' room 96 times per hour or 1.6 times per minute.
How Do I Calculate my air exchange rate?
-ACH is calculated using room dimensions and CFM. Visit https://bit.ly/ACH-Calculator for an calculator tool.
How do I dispose of the filters?
-To replace the filters, full PPE must be worn and the filters need to be put into a sealed bag and left alone for 3 days before disposing into the trash as normal.
Why is there no UV light?
-UV light is not recommended inside filtration units by the CDC.
-UV light cannot penetrate into HEPA filters and requires direct line of sight for germicidal effects.
-UV light destroys internal filter materials and internal components.
-UV light can emit "Ozone" and is dangerous.
-UV light requires a specific amount of time to eliminate microbes which is unlikely inside filtration devices.
How is the virus "killed" after its captured?
-Viruses die after several days of being captured in the filter with no host to spread.