Designed to work against walls and ceilings, the HepaZone NF (No Fan) can be attached to any negative air machine to prevent the spread of dust and hazardous particles in the air during inspection, maintenance and renovation.
Full wall opening
Vinyl pouch to display warning signs on exterior of cabin (16’’ x 20’’)
Drain in the floor to facilitate cleaning
Locking swivel casters
Non-slip finish on the floor
Can be converted into a fully autonomous negative pressure unit with our exclusive HepaNomad fan
|Max. height||120" (168" with extension kit)||120" (168" with extension kit)|
|Min. height||72"||120" (305 cm)|
HepaZone S / NF:
Unlike many of our competitors no special, expensive or hard to find ladder is required.
Our standard HepaZone carts (30" x 60") can fit any 8’ step ladder while our XL versions (32" x 75") will easily fit a 10’.
Besides the fact that we’re the only one in the world that have a 100% cordless HEPA fan? Our HepaNomad fan is really quiet, so quiet you could use it in a library. It also has openings on 3 sides which reduces air velocity to almost nothing. Try to picture the amount of complaints you would get if you put a giant blower in front of a nurse’s desk...
It really depends what you’ll do with it. The HepaZone M is more robust, easier to clean/decontaminate and has 2 shelves (which are really more useful than you think!).
On the other hand, our HepaZone S is way more convenient if you need to carry it to different facilities/sites since it can be dropped as low as 10’’ and is 40% lighter.
As for the fan, they both can be delivered with our cordless HepaNomad which has 16h of autonomy.
We’ve been in business since 1991. Our first dust containment cart, the Q-N-AIR, came out in 1996 and was rebranded as HepaZone in 2007. We don't like to brag but we have sold over 3000 HepaZone since we've started!
Not at all. We ship equipment south of the border every week and our broker is awesome! If you have any questions on your shipment, he’ll be there to help you.