CleanLeaf air cleaners are engineered to provide cultivators the safest, most effective and efficient solution for your air-purification needs. With four models and multiple configuration options the units are built to handle specific and complex commercial and industrial applications to protect crops from mold, mildew, fungi, bacteria, pollen, pest insects, and eliminate VOCs and odors.
Grow room air cleaners work best when used in a team. Each system has a specific catch and throw distance to determine how far apart the units should be placed to ensure continuous airflow from one system to the next.
By placing air cleaners in a pattern to create circular airflow, the systems can clean the same air multiple times. The number of times that the air is then circulated through this pattern is referred to as an air exchange. Depending on your application, you may require more or fewer exchanges to properly clean the air.
CleanLeaf grow room air cleaners reduce 99.99% of particulate by drawing contaminated air through a series of high-efficiency filters that separate sub-micron particles to leave your growing environment with clean, medical-grade air. The cleaned air is then emitted back into the room for reuse.
Our systems don’t require any ductwork. With a friendly plug-and-play design, you can simply hang the units for immediate filtration without loss of heat, air conditioning or valuable floor space. It’s a “set-and-forget-it” solution that you don’t have to worry about.
We also manufacture systems that are designed to capture smoke and particulate in vape shops and smoke lounges and portable units for smaller grow spaces — up to 400 sq. ft.
CleanLeaf is uniquely designed for cannabis cultivation. Our units are built to provide the highest standard of air filtration to protect your plants and your people. Allow our clean-air specialists to help you.
With more than 40 years of success in the air purification industry and experts that fully understand the intricacies of cannabis cultivation, we can assist with needs big and small. Our team can provide CAD drawings, specifications, bill of materials design consultation and any other assistance you may need.
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