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HEPA

 (hĕp′ə)
abbr.
1. high-efficiency particulate air
2. high-efficiency particulate arresting
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AESG director, Saeed Al Abbar, said the in-house HEPA filter competency supports the company's portfolio of developments.
In the 1940s, the first HEPA filter was developed mainly for military gas mask filters and for protection against radionuclides in the nuclear industry but after that, it was designed to get rid of airborne bacterial and viral organisms which lead to infection.
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.
UVTect provides audible and visible alarms to alert the end user of insufficient airflow, UV bulb changes and HEPA filter changes.
The HEPA filter module has the same design and capacity but incorporates filters rated to remove 99.
A properly functioning HEPA filter can capture particulates down to 0.
The air purifiers ran for 7 days with the HEPA filter inserted and another 7 days without.
Each participant's home was monitored for two consecutive seven-day periods, during which time a HEPA filter (Honeywell model 50300) was operated in the main activity room and a quieter HEPA filter (Honeywell 18150) was operated in the participant's bedroom.
The enclosures include HepaSafe technology, which allows the operator to safely change both the prefilter and the primary HEPA filter while the enclosure remains under negative pressure.
When comparing a HEPA filter and ASHRAE grade filtration, different standards of evaluation are used.
A physical partition curtain has been conducted auxiliary around the HEPA filter of an operating room to validate the improvement of air distribution and contamination control.
When equipped with an optional HEPA filter, this unit is said to retain 99.