Distributed HEPA Strategy
GallatinAIR Distributed HEPA Strategy Backed by Leading Scientists
Many top scientists recommend installing mobile, localized air-cleaning devices (distributed HEPA) to reduce the suspension virus clusters and unwanted particulate matter.
In their eyes, distributed HEPA is the most practical, economical, and straightforward method to reduce viral load in the commercial, industrial, and institutional settings. Why?
Existing HVAC systems do not provide adequate air circulation. Commercial grade distributed HEPA units can create the necessary circulation of four (4) air turns an hour.
Existing HVAC system H13-level filtration retrofitting is difficult and expensive. Distributed HEPA units are straightforward to install and economical.
Also, adding the latest technologies to a distributed HEPA unit only increase its effectiveness.
Benefit of Adding NPBI Inside Portable HEPA
Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NBPI) has proven
to reduce viral loads and help distributed HEPA
systems capture virus clusters through the HEPA
filtration and air circulation each machine provides.
The result offers additional protection from the aerosolization of viruses.