As a manufacturer and distributor of Air Cleaning, Ducting, and Filtration products we are proud to have been identified as an essential business. We will remain open for business performing essential operations during this crisis, supplying industrial, military, and healthcare operations with our products. We are shipping orders on time, with no delay in manufacturing.
Our phone lines are open from 9am-5pm central time, Monday through Friday. Our staff is working remotely wherever possible and we will maintain a bare minimum staff on site to perform basic operations of order processing and accounting. Our onsite staff will follow the appropriate best practices and guidelines set forth by OSHA's latest release of "Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19."
These are unprecedented times and we are committed to protecting both our employees and our communities. Clean air has never been more important, and we're making sure our customers have everything they need. From those working from home who need high quality air filters, to the other essential businesses we supply products to, we're here for you.
We thank you for your support and your business and we hope that this will all be over soon.
How Many Units Do I Need?
Use our sizing calculator to help you determine which unit is best for your room and how many units you need to acheive proper air circulation.
Room Measurements (feet)
To clean Square Feet, you will need: Unit(s). Why?
A CleanLeaf media air cleaner is considered an "ambient air cleaning system" designed to run ambient shop air through a series of high efficiency filters and/or carbon depending on the application. When sized for 8-10 air changes per hour, you will create a constant reduction in the amount of airborne particulate in the room between 70-90%. We always recommend capturing the particulate at the source when possible but understand source capture is not always an option. Blue Ox air cleaners are often used as a secondary filtration system to source capture or when source capture is not applicable.
1. First, we determined the air changes per hour requirement from the following:
(For our purposes, we use 8 air changes per hour as a standard)
2. Second, we determined the required CFM for your application:
Sq Footage = Length x Width x Height (We use 12' by default)
Total Required CFM = Sq Feet x 8 Air Changes per hour / 60
3. Determine the total number of units required:
Total Units = Total Required CFM / Unit CF Rating
For Example: 12,000 Required CFM would require (4) 3,000 CFM units