We decided to purchase the Surgically Clean Air portable filtration units for our offices at the early stages of the pandemic.
We wanted our staff to feel safe and secure and the systems were easy to set up and operate very quietly compared to many others.
So far, we’ve been very happy with the way they have worked for us. The units are attractive and easy to use. We love the touchless hand wave feature of operation.
Hans, our rep is both very knowledgeable, and responsive. His follow up customer care service is much appreciated to make sure everything continues to work well.
We have since replaced all the consumables as needed -which aren’t cheap, but the investment has proven to be worth it for us.
We are very pleased with the product and would definitely recommend it
SLEEGERS manufactures propane motor fuel tanks for numerous OEM applications employing processes such as cutting, welding, grinding, polishing, powder coating and more. All of these processes contribute to suspended particulate in our indoor air environment, from the visible to the ultra fine non-visible. We currently have four EcoAir units filtering a total of four million cubic feet of plant air every hour. Our EcoAir units are capable of filtering fine suspended particulate found in welding fumes that are as small as 0.3 micron in size. EcoAir is a simple, yet effective, method of improving indoor air quality in large manufacturing spaces. We have also experienced a noticeable improvement in our powder coating area where at one time, fine weld particulate would quickly foul our ultra-white top coat therefore requiring frequent powder clean outs. Today, we are able to operate for extended periods of time before a powder booth clean out is necessary.
The particulate count in our bulk goods storage was so high that it was causing breathing issues, Everyone was coughing. EcoAir filtered the particulate from the air we breathe”
It’s minus 20 degrees outside today and we just started our new systems an hour ago, already it feels warmer in our shipping area.
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