Dust-free access with the Innovi Reno
Doorways can often be a problem for projects concentrating on just part of a building, as they often allow dust and/or odour to penetrate into other areas. Lifa’s solution here is the Innovi Reno dust control door.
The door or doors leading into a space being worked on are simply removed and replaced with Innovi Revo units. These are then connected to HepaClean units, such as the HepaClean 1100, 2500, or 4000, located either inside or outside the area, which feed purified air fed back into the work area or outside. Air fed back inside meets HEPA purity standards, while that fed outside is filtered to F7 standards.
The Innovi Reno is easy to fit, strong, and light, and keeps all of its connections out of the way to maximise convenience and is suitable for openings from 60 cm to 100 cm wide. Thanks to its compact design, an Innovi Reno is easy to transport from location to location as needs change during the course of a project.
Lifa has developed a special system for measuring the airflow rate, filtration efficiency, and detection of possible leaks in a HepaClean system very precisely in just a few minutes. This uses an aerosol generator to produce DESH particles at a constant rate and an optical particle counter to register aerosol upstream and downstream concentrations. The system is capable of measuring units with air flow rates ranging from 400 to 5,000 m3/h.
Graph: Lifa Air systems guarantee very high standards of internal air quality.
A filtration expert
HepaClean technology reflects Lifa’s extensive expertise in efficient filtration systems, such as the Lifa 3G Filter and the Lifa High Security Filter. Lifa also offers mobile units for hospitals and other emergency purposes, such as ambulances.
The multistage Lifa HS 3G Filter, for example, offers filtration efficiency in excess of 99.99% for 0.1 μm particles and 99.5% for gases. It does this by equipping an electrostatically charged filter with a particle-charging section and a gas filter made of activated carbon media.
A nanoelectric UV light can be added to destroy any airborne virus or bacteria, and even small molecules.