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CleanZone® 5000 Series

Full-featured superiority.

A new standard for stand-alone air purifiers.

Full-featured superiority.

HyperHEPA Filtration

CleanZone 5100 and 5300 models feature IQAir’s advanced HyperHEPA technology. This is the most advanced air filtration technology in the world and is proven and certified to be effective against ultrafine particles. The CleanZone 5200, designed primarily for gas-phase control, also includes high-efficiency particle filtration. All three models include the IQAir MERV16-rated PreMax 500 Filter Drum as part of the system’s fan module. The PreMax 500 pre-filter eliminates micro-particles such as pollen, mold spores and other contaminants, and also 85% of all ultrafine particles down to 0.003 microns in diameter.

 

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Integrated control panel

The integrated control panel on every CleanZone 5000 Series air purifier is an advanced control system engineered specifically for this high-volume air purifier. The digital control panel allows easy access to control the 10-speed fan, monitor filter life, set the timer, manage airflow units and check and modify pollution level settings. The control panel can also be used to activate and manage password access.

 

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Mobility

Despite its superior, high-volume airflow and air filtration capabilities, a CleanZone Series air purifier is easy to move around to any location where it is needed. Sturdy casters on the bottom of the CleanZone 5000 make it easy to roll into another large work environment where it can be plugged in and ready to go to work.

 

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Remote Control

A sleek and efficient handheld remote control makes it easy to manage your CleanZone 5000 Series air purifier from almost anywhere in the environment. Setting the fan speed and even operating the timer controls is simple and doesn’t require direct access the CleanZone 5000 Series air purifier integrated control panel. 

 

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Optional ducting

With the use of the optional IQAir FlexAir Duct Application, the CleanZone 5000 air purifier can be used to direct clean air to specific locations or to create clean air microenvironments. Ducting also allows the creation of negative or positive pressurization. Ducted operation enables the CleanZone 500 to distribute up to 1412 cfm of medical-grade clean air exactly where it’s needed, providing many of the advantages of an HVAC-based system while remaining completely mobile.

 

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Pollution level adjustment

Pollution level adjustment controls are built into the Filter Life Monitor of the CleanZone 5000, providing a more accurate calculation of remaining filter life. The Pollution Level menu allows modifications for large dust, chemicals and fine dust. Adjustments can be made for tobacco smoke, the presence of gases and chemicals, and dusty environments. 

 

 

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100% Healthy technology

IQAir’s mechanical HyperHEPA® filtration technology is the safest, healthiest and most effective way to clean the air. The IQAir CleanZone 5000 Series particle filters work together to remove more than 99.97% of all airborne particles 0.3 microns and larger (99% in 5200 model), without using unsafe or unproven technologies such as ozone generation, ionization, or ultraviolet radiation. This is especially important considering the many hours a day that workers, customers and others spend breathing the air in the workplace. The CleanZone 5000 delivers medical-grade air quality that will help protect the health of employees and customers and improve productivity and attendance.

 

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Size Matters

Ordinary HEPA filters
can only filter 0.3 micron particles and larger.

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IQAir's HyperHEPA
technology filters the
smallest airborne particles
that exist.

More than
90%
of all airborne
particles

0.003 microns

Viruses
Viruses

Viruses: 0.005 – 0.3 microns

Like bacteria, viruses are organisms that spread airborne diseases as mild as the common cold and as serious as severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) through coughs, sneezes and improperly maintained ventilation systems.

Tabacco Smoke
Tabacco Smoke

Tabacco Smoke: 0.01 – 1 micron

Sidestream smoke has higher concentrations of cancer-causing agents (carcinogens) than mainstream smoke. And, it has smaller particles than mainstream smoke, which make their way into the lungs and the body's cells more easily.

Soot
Soot

Soot: 0.01 – 0.3 microns

Long-term exposure to urban air pollution containing soot increases the risk of coronary heart disease, according to a major study published in New England Journal of Medicine in 2007.

0.01

0.1

Ultrafine Particles

Approx.
9%
of all airborne
particles

0.3

Pet Dander
Pet Dander

Pet Dander: 0.1 – 25 microns

Pet dander is the old skin and fur that pets shed. Animal dander is very small and can become attached to your clothingeven if you do not own a pet. Dander can be found everywhere: floors, carpets, walls, furniture, bedding, even the ceilings. Pet dander is a known asthma and allergy trigger.

Dust Mites Allergens
Dust Mites

Dust Mites Allergens: 0.2 – 25 microns

House dust mites are considered to be the most common cause of asthma and allergic symptoms worldwide. Dust mites themselves do not cause an allergic reaction, however, their dung-pellets are an irritant to sensitive people and can cause breathing difficulties. They thrive in warm, humid, dark conditions such as mattresses, carpets, sheets, pillows, and upholstery.

Bacteria
Bacteria

Bacteria: 0.5 – 10 microns

People spread bacteria through the air when they cough and sneeze, transmitting respiratory diseases and triggering symptoms in asthma sufferers. Bacteria can also grow inside poorly maintained ventilation systems, which spread it into the circulating air.

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Household Dust
Household Dust

Household Dust: 1 – 100 micron

Dust may worsen hay fever. Circulating outdoor air through a house by keeping doors and windows open, or at least slightly ajar, may reduce the risk of hay fever-causing dust. In colder climates, occupants seal even the smallest air gaps, and eliminate outside fresh air circulating inside the house. So it is essential to manage dust and airflow.

2.5

Fine Particles

Less than
1%
of all airborne
particles

10

Mold Spores
Mold Spores

Mold Spores: 8 – 80 microns

Mold and fungus are commonly found in most homes and may be found in the air ducts of your heating/cooling system. They tend to float throughout the house, and form new colonies where they land. Fungus spores have been known to increase the chances of developing asthma.

Pollen
Pollen

Pollen: 10 – 100 microns

One of the most common allergens is pollen. It affects the nose, eyes, and mouth making it difficult to breathe. Most pollen that produces allergic reactions is from trees, grasses, and weeds.

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Coarse Particles

Select one of the particles
above to see how it affects your body

ULTRAFINE PARTICLES (Particles 0.003μ - 0.1μ) | 90% of all airborne particles

Ultrafine particles are airborne particles less than 0.1 microns in diameter. In sheer number, they represent more than 90% of all airborne pollutants. Ultrafine particles are inhaled and deposited directly into the lungs, where they penetrate tissue and can be absorbed directly into the bloodstream. Through the bloodstream, they can reach any organ or area of the human body.

FINE PARTICLES (PM2.5) | Greater than 9% of all airborne particles

Fine particles (also known as PM2.5) are particulate matter that is less than or equal to 2.5 microns in diameter. Fine particles penetrate deeply into the lungs, into areas known as small airways and into the primary air exchange areas of the lungs. Fine particles come from vehicle exhaust, gas and chemical reactions, tobacco smoke, burning candles and other indoor and outdoor sources.

COARSE PARTICLES (PM10) | Less than 1% of all airborne particles

Coarse particles (also known as PM10) are those with a diameter between 2.5 and 10 microns in diameter. Coarse particles are deposited almost exclusively in the nose and throat. They are not generally inhalable directly into the lungs. Examples of PM10 include coal dust, fly ash, some components of wood smoke, asbestos fibers, and roadside particles from tires and brakes. This category also includes dust, some pollen and mold spores.

Affected Organs »

  • Lungs
  • Heart
  • Throat
  • Eyes
  • Nose
  • Brain
  • Kidneys
  • Liver