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aerosol


Fine liquid or solid particles suspended in air. For example Fog or Smoke. They can be microscopic and less than 1 micron in size. They can chemical or biological and composed of many parts.
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air change rate


The number of times per hour the room air volume will pass through the air cleaner or air purifier. A typical air change rate for a well selected HEPA system would be about 5 Air Changes per hour. ACR can be calculated by dividing the Air Volume Flow Rate M3/hr of the air cleaning unit by the volume of the room in M3.
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air cleaner


The Camfil air cleaner typically uses HEPA class filtration to remove ultra-fine airborne particles from the air in a room that may be bacteria or virus and cause infection or chemically toxic when inhaled. It would be used in industrial applications. Camfil 2000 and 6000 models are of this type.
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air image


Computer presentation software that enables real time display of particle counter results demonstrating air cleaning performance of Camfil air purifiers.
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air purifier


The Camfil air purifier uses typically uses HEPA class filtration to remove ultra-fine airborne particles from the air in a room but also has molecular filtration to remove odours and selected noxious gases and fully clean the air. It would be used in office, light industrial and residential applications. Camfil City M 300 and 800 Models are of thi [..]
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air volume flow rate


The Air Volume Flow Rate for an Air Cleaner is usually given in Metres3/Hour although Cubic Feet per minute CFM is sometimes used for older unit measurements or units manufactured in the USA.
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allergen


Airborne contaminant that can induce an extreme reaction in a person who has an allergy to that substance. Typical Allergens are pollen, animal hair, skin particles and bed-mites and can be inhaled or just have skin contact. Anti-Histamines are the usual medication.
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air quality index


An index published usually on a daily basis to advise on how much airborne pollution is being monitored and what effect this will have on public health. Commonly experienced outdoor problem pollutants are PM2.5 fine combustion particulates, Nitrogen oxides (NOx), Ozone and Sulphur oxides (SOx). Others that may be experienced are Volatile Organic Co [..]
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ashrae


American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers who produce comprehensive guidance on air cleaning plant.
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