Healthier Air in the Lab
Sep 05 2018 Read 704 Times
Exposure to unwanted chemical emissions are an unfortunate reality when working in a lab. Even if you can't smell them, Erlab’s Halo laboratory-grade molecular air filtration system can.
On the job 24/7
Halo is continuously pulling the unclean air in the lab through the filter, adsorbing the molecules that cause noxious odors, and returning clean air back to the room through low-disruptive side vents. The laboratory-grade molecular filtration system contains Neutrodine, a unique and powerful activated carbon mixture combined with a pre-filter that captures a large variety of airborne fumes and odours, which left untreated, could represent a potential health hazard.
Simple to install
Halo is easily installed in the ceiling - no need to connect to your HVAC. Multiple units can be installed to increase the coverage area.
A soft band of light ensures the occupants of the lab that the air is clean. When the LED lights slowly pulse, Halo is letting you know that it is sensing and capturing excess fugitive emissions.
In addition, you can easily check the status, history, change the settings, or check for routine maintenance via your smartphone, tablet or PC.
Available in 4 versions for the treatment of numerous vapours and fumes.
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