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Indoor Air Quality

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Airflow on a water damage job can stir up vast amounts of debris and particulates - including anything from allergens to potentially harmful contaminants such as mold spores.

Use the HEPA 500 as an air scrubber on every water damage job to reduce the number of particulates present, help improve indoor air quality, and minimize risk and liability issues.


Not only can a fire damage result in moisture-related issues from the water used to put out the fire, but it can also mean lingering odors and increased airborne particulates.

Use the HEPA 500 as an air scrubber to reduce particle counts and neutralize odors related to fire and smoke damage. With the optional carbon filter in the pre-filter stage, the HEPA 500 can capture odor-causing gas molecules and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

As a negative air machine, the HEPA 500 can help prevent cross contamination and bring in fresh air from the outside.


Mold and sewage remediation jobs present particularly sensitive health concerns and liability issues, demanding special attention to air scrubbing and particle reduction.

As cleaning is taking place, set up the HEPA 500 as an air scrubber near the work area to capture particles. Also, use it as a negative air machine for setting up a containment area.


Workshops and construction sites can kick up dust and debris that can cause safety concerns and discomfort.

Use the HEPA 500 as either an air scrubber or a negative air machine to control dust. Use the variable speed mechanism and daisy chain feature to create the right amount of power and filtration for improving indoor air quality in your project area or jobsite.


Dust Control & Temporary Containment
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