Originally posted on www.dentalproductsreport.com
Designed to keep dental practices and other workspaces safe, Omni CleanAir, maker of commercial-grade air purification systems for demanding environments, recently announced the launch of a new family of portable air purification devices.
The OCA Professional Series is designed to eliminate the dangers of pathogens, including COVID-19, from everyday workspaces in offices, schools, medical and dental practices allowing businesses to reopen safely and stay open safely.
This new solution eliminates 99.99 percent of dangerous airborne particles, inactivates viruses and bacteria and does so at the same ventilation rates required by hospitals, says Paul de la Port, President of Omni CleanAir.
For more than three decades, Omni CleanAir has designed and built air purification systems to deliver safe air in ultra-demanding environments, including healthcare facilities for infection control and patient isolation, communities impacted by wildfire smoke, and even in the decommissioning of nuclear facilities.
Omni CleanAir’s portable units combine high-capacity airflow, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI), and true HEPA filtration to remove dangerous airborne particles and disable pathogens as quickly as every 5 minutes.
This new portable air purifier is said to exceed medical-grade air purification standards yet is affordable and designed for everyday work and classroom environments. The device can be set up in minutes without any training, according to Omni CleanAir.
The new OCA Professional Series is specifically designed for easy deployment into everyday indoor spaces with:
- Simple installation and operation that requires no special training or expertise
- Powerful performance that achieves up to 12 complete air changes per hour
- Easy and infrequent maintenance
The individual models differ only in airflow capacity, providing maximum flexibility to accommodate the near-endless shapes and sizes of everyday workspaces. Multiple units can also be used to increase airflow in larger treatment areas.