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Novatek's Novair 2000 Premium Negative Air Machine

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$1,300.00
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Equipped with a high-performance 2-horsepower motor it can move up to 2000 cfm at high speed and 1100 cfm at low speed with the flip of a rocker switch. Sturdiness and easy mobility are top features of this air scrubbing machine.

The Novatek 2000 premium negative air machine is a durable air scrubber. Equipped with a high performance 2-horsepower motor it can move up to 2000 cfm at high speed and 1100 cfm at low speed with the flip of a rocker switch. Sturdiness and easy mobility are top features of this air scrubbing machine. It has two fixed and two swiveling wheels and weighs just 98 pounds. The unit is made with a heavy-duty seamless polyethylene shell with integrated handles for lifting and constructed with an eight point mounting system that prevents shifting while the blower is in use or while moving. It is built to withstand heavy use on worksites. Units can be stacked with confidence knowing that the casing is virtually indestructible.

The Novair 2000 Portable Air Filtration for use in abatement, hospitals, air scrubbing or anywhere dust is a concern. Available in a variety of power sources (110v-220v 50/60Hz) and filter configurations.

With its powerful 2 horsepower motor, the Novatek Novair 2000 HEPA Air Scrubber and Negative Air Machine boasts one of the most powerful performances in its class.

The motor is designed to pull harmful particulates deep into the unit's three-stage filtration system:

  • Stage 1: An initial pre-filter captures the bulk of large dust and debris particles.
  • Stage 2: In its second filtration stage, a two-ply ring filter captures any dust or debris that was able to penetrate the pre-filter.
  • Stage 3: Its final stage features a HEPA filter to capture 99.97% of harmful airborne irritants as small as 0.3 microns.

Effective Air Cleaning For Sensitive Areas

When you need superior removal of dust or hazardous material from sensitive locations, turn to the Novatek F2100. It's commonly used in locations like:

  • Asbestos Removal
  • Restoration Projects
  • Elimination of Airborn Pathogens
  • Healthcare Facilities
  • Clean Rooms
  • Laboratories

Features

  • True 2000 cubic feet per minute with filters in place
  • Powerful 2 HP motor, (the most powerful in it's class)
  • Horizontal Configuration
  • Uses Standard 24 x 24 x11.5 HEPA filters
  • Utilizes HEPA filters or Nuisance dust filters
  • Polyethylene shell is seamless and dent proof
  • 2 speed configuration
  • Integrated molded carrying handles
  • Caster nest for stacking
  • Integrated rib for strapping

Benefits

  • Move the same air with fewer machines
  • Longer filter life. Motor pulls more particulate deeper in the filter
  • Light and compact. Fits through standard doorways
  • Replacement filters readily available
  • Filters for hazardous material or nuisance dust
  • Dent proof, leak proof polyethylene. Light weight and virtually indestructible
  • Easy to decontaminate or clean

Includes

  • 1 Ring Panel
  • 1 Pre Filter
  • HEPA Filter
More Information
Brand Novatek
Dimensions 37"Length x 26" Width x 31" Height, 94L x 66W x 79H cm
Air Filtration Tool Type Negative Air Machine
Motor 2 Hp
Air Volume 2000 - 1000 cfm 3400 - 1700 m3/ hr
Current 15 Amp
Voltage 115V
Frequency 60hz
Construction Polyethylene shell
Filtration Dust Filter, 1/2" Pad, Ring Filter
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Prior to Use

  1. Remove any excess dust/dirt from exterior housing and control panel.
  2. Be sure the HEPA Filter and Pre-Filters are installed properly with a positive seal.
  3. Insure the unit is connected to a dedicated 20Amp, 110/115 volt circuit.
  4. Make sure unit is safely positioned as not to impede any entrances or exits of the work area.
  5. If applicable, check exhaust port connections for tight seal.

CAUTION: Insure your power cord is securely attached to the male recessed plug. If any movement or play is detected, change power cord immediately! If connection remains loose, immediately replace the male recessed plug.

Operation

  1. When utilized in containment, the Novair should be positioned a minimum distance away from the entrance and located towards the center of the containment.
  2. When using a HEPA filter, insure the filter is correctly installed and sealed. Anchor and secure the filter utilizing the supplied retaining brackets.
  3. Install the Ring Filter and Pre-Filter pad into unit.
  4. Position the unit on a flat level surface and secure the casters using the lock feature.
  5. Insert the female end of your 20 amp rated, UL listed cord, into the male recessed plug on control panel.
  6. To begin operation, depress the power switch to either the low or high position. Locate the differential pressure gauge located on the control panel. The gauge will register between 1.0” - 2.5” of water column. This is the initial reading when filters are new and unused. This reading will incrementally increase as filters become loaded with dust and debris. When the gauge reaches 3.0” - 3.4” of water column; either one or all of the filters are loaded and in need of replacement.
  7. Pressing the power switch to the left will operate the unit in “Low” mode equivalent to 1200 CFM.
  8. Pressing the power switch to the right will operate the unit in “High” mode equivalent to 2100 CFM.

Safety

Novatek Negative Air Machines are highly efficient systems designed to reduce air borne particulates. To insure proper operation, the following safety precautions should be strictly adhered to:

  1. Do not leave machine unattended while in operation. Turn OFF electric supply and disconnect from power source when not in use and/or before servicing.
  2. Do not operate with damaged or malfunctioning parts. If the unit is not working as intended, return to an Authorized Repair and Service Center. NOTE: Always replace worn or damaged components with genuine NOVATEK parts. Failure to comply could result in equipment failure and will void warranty.
  3. Remove any loose clothing and adornments prior to operation.
  4. Keep outer surfaces free of dirt and debris. Be sure all controls clean and functioning properly.
  5. Turn off power prior to any filter inspection and replacement.
  6. Do not operate unit with flammable or combustible liquids or gases present.
  7. Do not operate the machine in wet conditions. Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or death.
  8. Never operate the unit if there is any possibility of contact with the blower wheel.
  9. It is the responsibility of the unit owner to ensure that all equipment is maintained in safe and efficient operating condition.
  10. Stacking of machines is limited to three units. Do not house stacked machines in areas hotter than 100 degrees Fahrenheit. (Failure to comply will void warranty.)

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