MAC – Mobile Air Cleaner
Mobile Air Cleaner. Inline, direct drive, mobile HEPA filtration unit. Application include, school classrooms, common areas, offices, hospitals, clinics, health clubs, gyms, building construction and renovation work requiring portable filtered ventilation.
` MERV 8 pre-filter – (24x24x1”)
` 99.97% efficient HEPA filter – (24x24x12”)
` Airflow range: 500 – 2000 CFM
` Lorenized powder coat finish
` Swivel casters with locking brakes
` 9 foot, 115 volt power cord
` Variable speed control
` Illuminated on/off switch
` Run-time meter
` Tool-less filter changes
WHY THE COOK MAC FAN OVER OTHER CHOICES?
Cook has been in the ventilation business since 1941 and will be here long into the future. You probably
already have Cook fans on your building. This product is designed to be economical to operate and robust
enough to last for years!
WHAT’S INSIDE THE UNIT?
A tried-and-true centrifugal wheel that Cook has made for decades mounted directectly on an EC motor for energy efficiency and ease of control! Direct drive reduces maintenance requirements! A 1″ pre-filter. This gets changes every 2,500 operating hours. The run-time meter on the unit tells you how
many hours the unit has operated. Easy! A HEPA filter. If the pre-filter is changed out as directed, the HEPA filter will last for years! All this in a sturdy steel housing on casters. Simple!
WHAT ARE THE FILTER EFFICIENCIES?
The MERV 8 pre-filter is 85% efficient at collecting particles larger than 3 microns. This includes dust, lint, pollen, mites and mold. The HEPA filter is 99.97% efficient at capturing particles 0.3 microns are larger and even more efficient at capturing particles down to 0.01 microns through a process known as diffusion. This includes virus particles such as COVID-19.
DOES THE FILTERS KILL VIRUS PARTICLES?
Virus particles need a live host to survive. The HEPA filter takes them out of the airstream where they become neutralized and eventually disintegrate.
HOW MUCH POWER DOES IT USE?
At full speed, the MAC uses 12.4 amps. This allows the MAC to operate on a 15 or 20 amp circuit and to plug into a standard power outlet. At 900 RPM, the MAC uses approximately 2 amps and at 500 rpm, less than one amp!