The Classroom Air Purifier
5 Reasons Why It Can Help
If you are living with immune deficiency, you know that every germ can very quickly become a serious threat to your health.
Regardless of whether you are young or old, or whether your immune deficiency is hereditary, caused by poor diet, stress, cancer, chemotherapy, medication, or the AIDS Virus; germs can cause grave consequences with a weakened immune system.
Using an air purifier is one of the most effective and non-invasive ways to consistently clean the air and eliminate these germs and other particles, odors, and chemicals that can cause problems. Here are 5 reasons to make the HealthMate your partner for good health.
1. It Uses HEPA technology. High efficiency particle arresting (abbreviated as HEPA) air purifiers by definition must be able to remove 99,997 out of every 10,000 airborne particulates as small as .3 microns in size. This is the same technology that hospitals use to insure clean air. Using this medical grade filtration in your classroom continuously isends 250 cubic feet of fresh air into the room every 60 seconds. And there’s no down side to that!
2. Safe and Continuous Operation. Because it is built with a split capacitor motor, it can run 24 hours a day every day whether you are there or not. And since germs and other pollutants don’t take a break at night, you need an air purifier that doesn’t need to take one either. There’s nothing like walking into your classroom in the morning and having it smell fresh, and clean, and ready for another day of learning.
3. It’s Ruggedly Built. Made of steel, it is literally tough as nails, and can take the fast paced action that can happen in a classroom full of students. The all steel construction and baked on powder coat finish will give you many years of excellent service. Guaranteed to last for years, the manufacturer warrants the cleaner for 5 years and prorates the filter for 5 years as well.
4. Hardly Any Maintenance Required. When your students leave, your day is often full with conferences, faculty meetings, committe and/or department meetings. The last thing you want to have to add to the “to do list” is maintenance on the air cleaner. There is no washing, sprayingor recharging necessary. It takes care of you, not the other way around.
Optional maintenance includes vacuuming the outside with a small handheld vacuum to pull particles away from the pre-filter that is the first filter inside the unit. Otherwise, that’s it…done.