Halo HEPA Air Filtration
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Halo HEPA Air Filtration
With Halo, we are setting the standard for classroom Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). The Halo, designed for laboratories but tested in real-world classroom settings, reduces airborne particulate load without costly modifications to your HVAC system. Unlike floor units, Halo operates by mounting to your ceiling, away from possible interference and allowing for optimal airflow to remove harmful pathogens from your breathing zone.
98% Reduction In Particle Load
Cycles clean, filtered air back into the room
It's as easy to install as a ceiling fan
Air for Less
No need for costly upgrades to your HVAC system
Tested in Classrooms
Proven to work in real-life classroom settings
Halo EPA Filtration Capabilities
Halo’s HEPA Filtration capabilities are effective down to 0.1 micron in size. The average dust particle is around 10 microns, the average bacteria is 1-3 microns across, and the average virus is 0.1-0.5 microns in size.
Simply put, the particles that get people sick can’t escape from Halo’s filtration capabilities.
Proven effectiveness at reducing load concentration of present viable and non-viable particles in both controlled and real-world settings.
Mitigates the risk of airborne viruses, bacteria, mold and fungi.
Improved IAQ decreases staff and student absenteeism
H14 medical-grade HEPA filters capacity and efficiency
Capacity & efficiency
A Permanent Solution for Room Level Mitigation Without the Need for HVAC Upgrades
Originally developed to capture pathogens (viruses, bacteria, etc.) from the air in laboratories, Halo stations are backed by more than 50 years of experience in Indoor Air Quality improvement. They are proven to reduce the risks associated with exposure to poor-quality air and are perfect for any enclosed or poorly ventilated space.
A permanent solution for room level mitigation without the need for HVAC upgrades
H14 medical-grade HEPA filters capacity and efficiency is only part of the HALO’s effectiveness, engineering, design and placement are critical for equivalent air change rates (eACH) increased ventilation effectiveness, and improved room mixing. The delicate balance of all these key factors is what makes HALO the standard in indoor air quality.
Halo vs. Floor-Mounted Units
Halo Ceiling-Mounted Unit
Pushes air up and away from breathing zone
Data collected from classrooms with human use
Fully independent from HVAC, with remote connectivity via iPad/phone
Always on for continual air quality improvement
No harmful by-products and ceiling mount eliminates interference
Recirculates contaminated air at nose/mouth level
Only tested in controlled settings and not realistic for classroom
Recommended placement creates electrical and safety hazards
Only operates when turned on, allowing for pathogen accumulation
Can be pulled over, unplugged, and produces airborne by-products