Dust suppression is the application of liquid to restrict the airborne dissemination of fine particles. Very commonly, this involves using strategically-placed atomizing nozzles to spray a fine mist of water and surface-active agents to capture airborne dust particles and bring them to the ground.
In order to remove airborne particles from the surrounding environment, an air scrubber draws air through a series of filters. Each filter stage operates with progressively higher efficiency. The net effect is producing the cleanest air possible at the highest rate of airflow through the entire filter system.
HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Air in reference to filer performance. The HEPA filter was developed in the 1940s by the research and development firm Arthur D. Little as part of the Manhattan Project, a classified U.S. government project that developed the atomic bomb. The researchers needed a way to control the spread of very small, radioactive particles. They identified the .3 micron particle as the most penetrating particle into the human lung and focused their testing of filter performance around this particle size.
Yes, we offer short-term and long-term rentals of all machines. Contact us for more details.
We have a full arsenal of organic products available to be used during the air purification process.
Yes, we provide both air scrubber and surface sanitizing using a fog machine that assists in combatting the spread of COVID-19.