RxAir 3000 Air Purifier
At first glance, it’s obvious that the RxAir 3000 was designed for medical use. A number of small design features make the RxAir line of air purification systems an industry leader within the medical community. These small details make a huge difference in product performance.
For example, a precision, aerodynamic grill system made of anodized extruded aluminum, combined with a molded internal air plenum, has been designed to deliver great circulation with a 1200 foot per minute velocity to insure high performance. The bi-directional grill system costs more to manufacture, but insures the best air circulation possible.
The 5-stage patented high flow design HEPA filtration is what sets the 3000 apart and excels in performance. Additionally, a UV irradiation system is a standard feature with the RxAir 3000M. It is designed to provide a sterile environment within the unit to eliminate contamination.
RxAir’s commitment to quality is in every product we ship. Each modular filter is tested and certified by an independent, internationally recognized testing lab subjected to a HOT DOP (dicoctylphthalate), aerosol efficiency test. Most manufacturers of this type of equipment make efficiency claims with the results of a cold scan test. This procedure is not an efficiency test.
It’s nice to know that even if you’re not considering the RxAir 3000 for medical purposes, it was designed to meet those tough standards. That means everyday performance that’s so much more than average.
Product Design And Engineering
The RxAir 3000 was designed by a team of biomedical engineers under one of the world’s largest healthcare endowments, where it was tested extensively to meet the specific demands of the medical community.