Keep your environment smoke-free with our PR8.0 flush ceiling mount commercial cigarette smoke eliminator!
The PR8.0 Cigarette Smoke Eliminator / Commercial Air Cleaner is designed to drop into a suspended ceiling by replacing either 1) 2' x 4' ceiling tile or 2) 2' x 2' ceiling tiles. Clearance above the suspended ceiling needs to be at least 13". The PR8.0 commercial air cleaner should not be installed in areas that have higher ceilings than 8 or 9 feet. The weight of the system does not rest on the ceiling grids, but instead is secured to a joist or beam above the drop ceiling. All of the filters in the PR8.0 Cigarette smoke eliminator are accessible from the louvered door on the face of the system. 1 unit is recommended for every 800 square feet.
The PR8.0 cigarette smoke eliminator is an excellent choice for offices, bars, VFW halls, hotels, truck stops, beauty salons, retail shops, bowling centers, restaurants or lounge areas.
How does the PR8.0 work?...
The PR8.0 commercial air cleaner uses a powerful blower to draw the air from smoke-filled areas. As air is drawn through the high-efficiency filter media, 95% of the tobacco smoke is removed on each pass. The discharged air is refreshing and remarkably free of tobacco smoke and other contaminants. This is particularly beneficial in lounges and restaurants, because it reduces the need for segregated smoking areas. Practically all of the dust, dirt, pollen and other particles that pass through the air cleaner are captured, including microscopic airborne particles. Everyone prefers breathing air that's been cleaned of the many pollutants that can cause discomfort and stuffiness. Plus, lowering the pollen, spores and fungi count helps reduce the problems caused by these pollutants.
The PR8.0 is Available with Optional Ultraviolet Germicidal Lamps!
Why Optional Ultraviolet Germicidal Lamps in Commercial Air Cleaners? It is well know that UV germicidal lamps can destroy any microorganism that it comes in contact with. As microbes pass through UV-C, the light penetrates directly into the organism's nucleus. This disrupts the molecular bonds of it's "DNA". The microbe is unable to reproduce and shortly thereafter it dies, leaving no offspring. This method is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for its germicidal effects. The destruction of germs and bacteria by germicidal ultraviolet light is accomplished quickly and effectively. Filters trap particulate, but only when germs are attached to particulate, can the germs be trapped as well. The use of ultraviolet, along with a highly efficient filtering media provides a truly clean, virus & bacteria free environment.