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HEPA

 (hĕp′ə)
abbr.
1. high-efficiency particulate air
2. high-efficiency particulate arresting
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Segment-wise, HEPA based air purifiers dominated the country's air purifier market in 2014, and their adoption would continue to increase due to their high air purification efficiency and absence of any harmful by-products.
Atrix International is a full-line manufacturer of fine particulate vacuum products, including HEPA and ULPA filters for the field service, electronics, remediation, abatement and pest management industries.
Bosch will introduce its Formula canister vacuum series this year: the $399 Formula, the $499 Formula Electro Duo HEPA and the $599 Formula Electro Duo Plus HEPA.
The HEPA filter in PlasmaPure is protected by a thin pre-filter, which blocks larger particles such as pet hair.
Beyond the protection offered by a standard HEPA filter, Donaldson also offers an enhanced microbial barrier in its BIOAdvantage(TM) Antimicrobial HEPA Filtration Technology.
It also prolongs the service life of the second-stage filter, a HEPA H14 filter[1] that provides 99.
The oven also contains 24" by 24" by 6" thick HEPA fresh air filters with 2" prefilters and two 24" by 24" by 12" thick stainless steel, high-temperature HEPA recirculating filters.
Building Cleaning Services used special HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) vacuums and filters to clean the building.
HepaSafe technology allows the operator to safely and easily change both the prefilter and the primary HEPA filter while the enclosure remains under negative pressure.
The company recently announced the North American release of its line of HydroShield[TM] depth-loading membrane HEPA (EPA)-class filtration systems for gas turbines.
In addition to the current HEPA filters, the company now offers ASHRAE-grade filters where a note economical option is needed.