AireGard 114 Clean Air Scrubber

AireGard 114 Clean Air Scrubber
by NuAire, Inc.


The AireGard NU-114 Clean Air Scrubbers are portable self-contained units capable of filtering particulates where ISO Class 7 or Class 8 Air Quality is a requirement. The Cabinet utilizes rough disposable pre-filters to help prolong the life cycle of the main 99.99% HEPA filter. Each Scrubber can be used in a variety of different locations, depending upon the need for clean air. Applications...read more

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The AireGard NU-114 Clean Air Scrubbers are portable self-contained units capable of filtering particulates where ISO Class 7 or Class 8 Air Quality is a requirement. The Cabinet utilizes rough disposable pre-filters to help prolong the life cycle of the main 99.99% HEPA filter. Each Scrubber can be used in a variety of different locations, depending upon the need for clean air.

Applications:
This versatile unit can be used to re-circulate air in a defined area, or be placed between two distinct adjacent areas to act as a positive or negative pressure and the outlet side will have higher (positive) air pressure.

Construction:
The AireGard NU-114 can be “built in” to a temporary wall or hallway during construction or remodeling projects. Air can be continuously drawn away from the contaminated area and exhausted as clean HEPA-filtered air into the clean area. The AireGard NU-114 can also be used within a construction area to re-circulate and purify air when ceiling tiles, walls, or plumbing is disrupted or if fumes and odors are evident from cleaning, painting, etc.

Biological Terrorism:
The unit can provide a significant measure of safety in the capture and containment of microbes having a history of use or those likely to be used in an act of terrorism.

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AireGard 114 Clean Air Scrubber by NuAire, Inc.
AireGard 114 Clean Air Scrubber

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