trap pollutants at the source.
Originally developed to capture hazardous chemical emissions produced by chemical laboratory experiments, Halo C Smart purification systems are recommended for all businesses, workshops, or offices concerned about ensuring excellent air quality for their customers and employees.
Compliant with the NF X 15-211 safety standard for laboratories, they ensure comprehensive molecular filtration of a wide variety of atmospheric pollutants, including VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), which can threaten the health of all occupants.
Halo C Smart is recommended for air treatment in many spaces.
Detection and filtration of VOC's
(Volatile Organic Compounds)
Volatile organic compounds – or VOCs – comprise a variety of substances of both natural and human origin. The most well-known are butane, ethanol (90% alcohol), acetone and benzene, and formaldehyde. Long term exposure to these VOC’s can pose to be a serious health risk.
VOCs are used in a number of processes, primarily as solvents, degreasers, dissolvents, cleaning agents, preservatives, synthetic agents, etc. They are used in around twenty industries in the fields of metallurgy, printing, engineering, plastics, automobile manufacturing, agribusiness, textiles, construction, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, etc.
VOCs are characterized by their high volatility and spread easily throughout the atmosphere in laboratories and offices, thereby directly and indirectly impacting human lives and the environment.
Each year, VOCs, which are a significant contributor to PM2.5, are responsible for several million premature deaths worldwide.
Air safety and energy savings
A single device is sufficient for real-time purification of 2,648 ft³ of air, which is the volume of air in a room with 269 ft² of floorspace. It works continuously to entirely replenish the air in a room, delivering a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 130 cfm and providing a dilution equivalency to 2.5 Air Exchange Rates per Hour (ACH) all with no added HVAC, or outside air reliance.
Installing a HALO C Smart in a laboratory or office space guarantees a high level of air quality without having to resort to cumbersome air renewal systems or connections to HVAC systems (Heating – Ventilation – Air conditioning) which can redistribute chemical or biological atmospheric pollutants throughout a building.
In addition, by constantly filtering the air in the room without releasing it into the atmosphere, installing a Halo C Smart can result in substantial energy savings.
Easy to install and use with smart technology.
Halo C Smart air purifications systems are easily installed in the ceiling and take up no floorspace, unlike other air filtration systems on the market. Their elevated position puts them out of the user’s way, but more importantly this is the best position for optimal performance and efficiency.
As they are directly connected to the building’s main power lines, Halo C Smart air purification systems cannot be unplugged or turned off accidentally. They are designed to operate 24/7 and carry out real-time treatment of large quantities of air.
Halo air purification systems are all fitted with Smart technology.
They can communicate simply and intuitively with the user, using a bright halo light and alarm,
which indicates :
The operational status
The sudden presence of pollution
The need to replace the filter when it becomes saturated
The fan’s operational status
The Halo Smart equipments can also connect to your smartphone, allowing you to monitor their operational status remotely.
The advantages of Halo C Smart equipment
Lightning LED pulse
Alarm contact for BMS/BAS
Ceiling suspension rings
Clean air injectors
Filter performance sensor & alarm
Activated carbon filter
Flashing LED lights (Smart technology) for real-time communication and intuitive updates for the user on the device’s operational status
Internal BMS port
Ethernet port for remote safety monitoring
Four ceiling suspension rings
Eight clean air diffusers for uniform circulation of air throughout the room
A dedicated air quality sensor
Post-filter for controlling the ventilation regulation through PWM
Pre-filter for absorption of the largest airborne particles (hair, dust, etc.)
Modular filtration column exclusive to Erlab, allowing 3 laboratory-grade molecular filters to be used