Equipment Source Inc partnered with Austin Air to provide medical-grade HEPA air filters to Alaskan businesses.
ESI now carries HEPA air filters from Austin Air Systems, a global leader in air purification products. This medical-grade purification system eliminates 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns and 95.5% of particles 0.1 microns and larger.
The Austin Air System product line includes three air purifiers that are designed for industrial and commercial use, helping prevent the spread of bacteria, viruses, allergens, and odors in Alaskan hospitals, care homes, group homes, dental offices, and medical facilities.
There are two air filters offered by Austin Air, including the Healthmate HM400 and the Healthmate + Plus HM450. The HM400 uses a carbon/zeolite and TrueMedical HEPA filter, which is ideal for protecting against allergies, odors, gases, chemicals, asthma triggers, and airborne viruses. The HM 450 filter is impregnated with potassium iodide to filter out formaldehyde chemicals for those with sensitivities.
This lineup has a variety of features and benefits:
- Solid-steel construction
- Quiet, high-efficiency fan
- Five-year filter backed by warranty
- Condensed units (14.5” x 14.5” x 23”)
- MERV-17 rated (H13) medical-grade HEPA filter
- Non-toxic powder coated paint
Nick Ferree, ESI Vice president, comments on the importance of Alaska businesses choosing the right air filter.
“Alaska hospitals and medical facilities require an effective, safe air filtration system to keep patients, essential workers, and visitors safe. There is a lot of misinformation out there about which type of air purifier is best for reducing airborne contaminants, which is why we carry the best HEPA, medical-grade air filters available.”
HEPA technology is recommended by the EPA when purchasing an air filter, which is why it’s fit for medical and commercial use. These filters are effective at removing pollutants and irritants from the air without emitting any dangerous byproducts.
Ionizers, or electronic air cleaners, create negative ions to remove unwanted particles from the air, which can produce harmful ozone and do not remove gases or odors. UV lights in air purifiers, such as those found in PCO air cleaners, are also ineffective for removing particulates, produce ozone, and have been shown to produce formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon monoxide.
ESI supports a variety of industries in Alaska and across the world by selling reliable, high-performance equipment that can withstand even the most rugged environments.
Invest in an Austin Air filter for your business or facility. Speak with our sales team to learn more.