The Best Commercial Air Purifiers On The Market.
We eliminate the particles, microorganisms, viruses and bad odors from the air and provide healthy air to the surrounding.
For healthcare facilities and all living spaces required hygienic environment
Why should we choose Hepavent ?
Because we use High Quality Equipments
The device reduces intensity and time aerosol particles and suspended matter stay in the air, effectively operating directly at the site of installation. Wherever this flexible high-performance air purifier will be positioned: Depending on the required air change rate, the device will produce a purified and filtered “clean zone area” of up to 15.000 cubic meters of air. In this treatment zone, the surrounding air will be prevented from germs, fine particulates or other airborne micro particles since the device is able to perform large-volume air intakes of contaminated room air.
H14 Hepa Filter
EN 1822 – ISO 16890
Filter Depth : 280mm (Not 60mm or 80mm)
HEPA 14, also called H14, is the filter class commonly used to filter out bacteria, viruses, and other airborne contaminants in sensitive healthcare environments.
What does HEPA mean?
HEPA is an abbreviation of High-Efficiency Particulate Air. It is a series of highly fficient filters, classified according to standard EN 1822 for particulate filters.
The filters are divided into different classes depending on how good they are at filtering out the particle size that is most difficult to capture, called MPPS (Most Penetrating Particle Size).
HEPA filters are divided into two classes:
HEPA 13 and 14.
HEPA 14 is the filter commonly used in environments that are particularly sensitive to airborne particles, e.g. healthcare environments and laboratories.
All HEPA 14 filters are tested individually and have at least 99.995% filtration efficiency for 0.1–0.2 µm particles*. It is the particle size that is most difficult to capture. For larger as well as smaller particles, the filter has even higher filtration efficiency.
For particle filtration, we use HEPA filters (HEPA 14) according to standard EN 1822, or ePM1 (60 or 80%) according to standard ISO 16890.
HEPA 14: Minimum separation efficiency 99.995%
The range comprises 5 models to cover everything from offices and lounges to student accommodation rooms at the smaller end.
Right through to Hospital Wards, Schools, Colleges, Universities, Courtrooms and of course all Businesses plus just about every kind of public building or workplace imaginable at the larger end of the range.
Helping Protect Patients and Staff on the COVID front lines
Electrostatic Filtering Technology
Thanks to its high collection efficiency of submicronic particles and to its strong electric field, the Electrostatic filter technology has an elevated antibacterial power and is active on pollen, fine dust, toner, mold, smog, viruses, bacteria and tobacco smoke.The contaminants, according to their size, can enter inside our body and wear out certain organs. Among the most dangerous airborne substances we find Coronavirus and Legionella, very topical problems that cause millions of deaths every year. With electrostatic filters this problem is eliminated as pollen, dust mites, fungus and other contaminants are captured and inactivated.
Bacterial colonies growing on plate exposed the air
Test A – Unfiltered Test B – Filtered Air
The efficiency of bacterial elimination is 98-99% ;
* Airborne bacteria, like Micrococcus luteus
* Yeasts like, Rhodotorula rubla
* Bacillus anthracis
* Molds and microbes present in natural air spectrum
The Hygiene Institute of Berlin has certified that electrostatic filters are able to remove from the air the airborne bacteria, yeasts and molds with an efficiency between 98% – 99%.