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Commercial & Medical Air Purifiers

Commercial air purifiers offer significant benefits for indoor settings like offices, schools, healthcare environments, and other indoor spaces. These solutions improve air quality by effectively reducing airborne contaminants such as viruses, bacteria, allergens, and contaminants. They also control odors and VOCs. The resulting improved air quality delivers long-term cost savings from improved productivity, reduced absenteeism, and lowered healthcare expenses.

Medical air purifiers in healthcare facilities play a critical role in maintaining infection control standards and emergency preparedness. These solutions are used for patient isolation, Healthcare construction, and general indoor air quality applications.

Commercial & Medical Air Purifiers

Browse the Omni CleanAir family of Commercial and Medical Air Purifiers below to find the right solution for your environment. You can also speak with an applications specialist for more guidance.

Omni CleanAir Commercial and Medical Air Purifiers go beyond exceptional air purification capabilities. These air purifiers are designed with user-friendliness and convenience in mind. You can customize the purification process with adjustable airflow settings, and the 3-inch hospital-grade casters make it easy to move and position machines wherever they are needed.

OA1000 Series
OA1000 Prime | OA1000 Plus | OA1000 Plus-A
OA1000 Pro | OA1000 Pro-P

The OmniAire 1000 Series is a family of compact, low-profile negative air machines, featuring 3 models with progressive features and increasing air flow rates, allowing you to match the right solution to your application needs. It is the only HEPA air filtration system with a high-performance, TrueCFM™* rating, in a compact, lightweight, and easy-to-maneuver design.

Compatible with a variety of true HEPA filters, MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) rated pre-filters and activated carbon filters, any model in the series is configurable for a large array of projects and applications.

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OmniClean Series
OCA500 | OCA510 | OCA1200 | OCA1210 | OCA1500 | OCA1510

The Omni CleanAir Series of Commercial Air Purifiers offers a powerful, commercial-grade solution for indoor air quality in large, shared indoor spaces. Designed for spaces including offices, classrooms, and waiting rooms, these machines operate quietly. User-friendly and password-protected features like digital speed control allow for precise customization of airflow, and trackable ACH (Air Changes Per Hour).

Air purifiers use a MERV Pre-filter to extract large particles and extend the life of the HEPA filter while the Activated Carbon Media Filter effectively reduces chemicals, gases, VOCs, and odors. HEPA filtration collects particles with 99.99% efficiency at 0.3 microns.

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OA1200 PAC & OA1600 PAC
OA1200 PAC & OA1600 PAC

Portable Air Cleaners, like the OmniAire PAC series, are essential tools for improving the quality of indoor air. The PAC machines excel in healthcare environments by purifying the air in areas susceptible to bio-contaminants. By combining a medical-grade 99.99% HEPA filter, pre and post-filters, UV germicidal irradiation, and an optional PHI generator, PAC machines can create both negative and positive pressure containment.

Machines come equipped with variable speed control for CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) capacity, and exceptional filtration capabilities to effectively limit the spread of airborne contaminants.

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Airflow – What Specs Matter?

ACH (Air Changes Per Hour) measures how many times the entire volume of air within a room is exchanged with clean air in an hour. It’s a critical metric for understanding the capacity of air purifiers to remove contaminants. A higher ACH indicates faster air exchange and improved air quality.

CFM (Cubic Feet Per Minute) measures the rate at which air flows through an air filtration system. CFM is important to assess the power and capacity of these systems to clean the air. Once the volume of a space is defined, you can calculate the CFM required to achieve a targeted ACH. You can also calculate the ACH you will achieve with a machine of a given CFM. CFM = ACH x Volume/Minutes per hour

CADR: To protect consumers from unsubstantiated claims, the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers created the AHAM Verifide® Standard for Clean Air Delivery Rate – or CADR. CADR focuses on an air purifier’s ability to filter out specific contaminants, including Smoke, Dust, and Pollen. This standard was developed for Consumer-grade air purifiers and is not applicable for high CFM Commercial and Medical grade equipment.

Understanding CFM

Commercial Air Purifiers

Commercial Air Purifiers work to enhance indoor air quality by removing pollutants and contaminants from the air. They operate by drawing in air from the surroundings using a fan and passing it through a series of filters. 

The initial pre-filter captures larger particles like dust and hair, preventing them from clogging the main filters. The core of the purifier is its multi-stage filtration system, which includes a HEPA filter for capturing small particles, an activated carbon filter for adsorbing odors and gases, and a pre-filter to capture the largest particles and extend the life of the machine. 

Some Commercial Air Purifiers also include UVGI for inactivating harmful microorganisms. These machines are designed to operate quietly in shared, indoor spaces and have intuitive digital controls.

Air scrubber Machines

Medical Grade Portable Air Cleaner

Medical-grade Portable Air Cleaners (also known as Medical Units or PACs) serve similar functions to Commercial Air Purifiers, in terms of improving indoor air quality but are designed for different environments and applications.

PACs always include UVGI in addition to medical-grade HEPA filters.  These Medical units may produce more noise due to their larger capacity and more powerful fans. These machines offer a simple user interface and are used for applications including Patient Isolation, Infection Control, and Healthcare Construction.

Negative Air Machines

Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI)

Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation is a technology that harnesses the power of ultraviolet (UV) light, exposing microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and mold to a specific wavelength of UV-C light, typically around 254 nanometers.

This UV-C light disrupts the DNA and RNA of these microorganisms, rendering them unable to reproduce. UVGI systems are commonly used in various applications, including air purification, and surface disinfection, to help improve indoor air.

UVGI when deployed as an additional disinfecting stage in a Commercial Air Purifier or Medical PAC is highly effective due to the proximity of the airflow to the UV source.

Air Changes Per Hour

Need help determining the airflow capacity (CFM) and number of machines required for your specific application?


Healthy Buildings

A high-quality, commercial-grade air purifier and scrubber can be an essential part of creating healthy buildings. Air purifiers and scrubbers help maintain a constant flow of fresh, clean air, promoting well-being and productivity among occupants.

Removing contaminants, such as dust, allergens, and volatile organic compounds, using air scrubbers impacts the health risks, particularly for individuals with autoimmune diseases, asthma, or other respiratory issues.

Healthcare Settings

In healthcare settings, including hospitals, the presence of quality air purifiers and scrubbers is instrumental in maintaining clean and sterile environments. By efficiently removing airborne pathogens, bacteria, and viruses, they mitigate the risk of healthcare-associated infections. Additionally, air purifiers and scrubbers help control odors, making patient rooms and common areas more comfortable, and ensuring a more pleasant experience for both patients and medical personnel.

Communal Living & Learning

The presence of quality air purifiers and scrubbers in communal living settings like nursing homes, schools, and prisons, is important for maintaining a healthy and safe environment. Air scrubbers serve as guardians of indoor air quality, effectively removing airborne contaminants, pathogens, and allergens. These devices promote well-being, improve concentration, and decrease the spread of diseases, fostering a safer and healthier communal experience.

Public Health & Government

During public health crises, such as pandemics, air purifiers, and scrubbers become critical tools for containing the spread of contagious diseases. These devices underscore the government’s commitment to safeguarding public health and safety.

By reducing particulates and pollutants in indoor air, they contribute to the overall efficiency and effectiveness of public services and government operations, fostering a healthier and more resilient society.

Commercial & Medical Air Purifiers

  • Hospitals and healthcare facilities
  • Communal living environments including prisons, and long-term care/assisted living facilities
  • Healthcare construction, remediation, and restoration job sites
  • Public health facilities including clean air centers
  • Schools and universities, including classrooms, dorms, gyms, libraries, and student unions
  • Healthy building

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