Halo Smart P air purification stations capture viruses, bacteria, allergens and all dust and particulate matter at the source and trap them permanently in a high-efficiency filter with multiple layers of bonded glass microfibers.
Decontamination: capture pollutants at the source.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, they are particularly suitable for spaces which make wearing a mask impossible (restaurants, long-term care facilities, staff and school dining halls, etc.) or difficult (gyms), as well as in places where social distancing is difficult (enclosed offices, elevators, etc.).
The most powerful filters on the market to respond to SARS-CoV-2.
Erlab equips its Halo P Smart air stations with a laboratory grade HEPA H14 particulate filter or, if necessary, an ULPA U16 or U17 particulate filter for situations posing the highest health risks.
Compliant with the EN 1822 particulate filtration standard, the HEPA and ULPA filters provided for the Halo P Smart air filtration system ensure ultra-low particle penetration and can achieve a pollution-free air filtration efficiency of between 99.995% (HEPA H14 filter) and 99.999995% (ULPA U17 filter), which is between 10 and 1000 times more powerful than other air purifiers currently on the market.
These filters are designed for the most complex health situations. They effectively and significantly reduce the spread of all viral and bacterial pollutants, particulate matter and allergens. These filters are the same as those used in all laboratory microbiological safety cabinets for handling pathogenic microorganisms in total safety.
The ultimate defense against particulate matter (PM 2.5).
Particulate matter, or PM, refers to particles suspended in the atmosphere.
It can originate naturally (volcanoes, forest fires, etc.) or due to human activity (diesel, open fires, etc.). A high level of fine or ultrafine particles in the air is a health risk factor which leads to decreased life expectancy. PM is, as a category, classed as carcinogenic for humans by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), and its inhalation causes or aggravates numerous cardiovascular disorders including myocardial infarction, stroke, and heart failure.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), PM2.5 (less than 2.5 µm in diameter) kills more than 4,000,000 people per year. Chronic exposure to these particles increases the risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure. Children and the elderly are most at risk.
Can all air filtration systems on the market capture SARS-CoV-2?
Simply put, No. Filters are only part of the story and a very important piece at that, but without the proper design, placement (ceiling), engineering and technical expertise, achieving whole room level virus mitigation is not possible.
Consideration of air distribution patterns, and ventilation effectiveness (VEFF) play a significant role in the air purifiers performance. The Halo, though equipped with a true medical grade H14 HEPA filter, was specifically designed to ensure we achieve the best air distribution patterns and increased VEFF to achieve true virus mitigation and total dose concentration reductions. The Halo is the only air purifier to provide data based on real-world conditions, and not misleading results achieved only in perfectly controlled conditions.
Air safety and energy savings
A single device is sufficient for real-time purification of 3,531 ft³ of air, which is the volume of air in a room with 376 ft² of floorspace. It works continuously to entirely replenish the air in a room up to twice an hour.
Installing one or more Halo P Smart in a cafeteria, classroom, gym or retirement home 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 P Smart can result in substantial energy savings.
Easy to install and use
Halo P Smart air stations 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.
As they are directly connected to the building’s main power lines, Halo P Smart air stations cannot be accidentally unplugged. They are designed to operate 24/7 and carry out real-time treatment of large quantities of air.
HALO air stations are all furnished with Smart technology. They can communicate simply and intuitively with the user using a bright halo which indicates:
The operational status
The sudden presence of pollution
The need to replace the filter when it becomes saturated
The operational status of the fan
The Halo Smart equipments can also connect to your smartphone, allowing you to monitor their operational status remotely.
The advantages of Halo P Smart equipment
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
Four clean air diffusers for uniform circulation of air throughout the room
Modular filtration column exclusive to ERLAB, allowing 2 high-quality HEPA and ULPA particulate filters to be used
Pre-filter for the absorption of the largest airborne particles (hair, dust, etc.)
Access chamber for easy filter and fan replacement
Optional Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NPBI)
Two filter options are available for Erlab’s Halo P air stations:
-A powerful HEPA H14 filter to detect and filter particles and aerosols : 99.995% pure air
An ultra-powerful ULPA U16 or U17 filter to filter a wide range of particles and aerosols : 99.999995% pure air