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Fellowes introduces Array system for IAQ

April 11, 2024 | By HPAC Magazine

The networked system includes an integrated range of air purifiers, sensors, and monitoring software.

Fellowes Array network system includes an integrated range of air purifiers, sensors, and monitoring software that can be connected to form a complete network for healthy air in any room, floor or space while complementing a building’s HVAC system.

Array networked air purifiers work alongside commercial HVAC systems to improve indoor air quality fast and efficiently, and the components are designed to fit into any space and can provide localized air quality management throughout a building. With no connection to duct work needed, Array accommodates retrofit implementation no matter the age of the building.

Array’s technology combines H13 True HEPA filtration and a full suite of indoor air quality sensors and monitoring, with real-time data to monitor, track, and improve building-wide air.

Array can deliver an additional 3 to 5 equivalent air changes per hour (eACH), depending on room size. The components’ design pulls contaminants out of the breathing zone while simultaneously pushing clean air into the room to improve ventilation, delivering an increase in eACH thereby reducing the stress on HVAC systems and energy costs.

Array builds upon the company’s AeraMax Pro non-networked commercial-grade solution for air purifiers that integrate into any space and have a four-stage H13 True HEPA filtration system able to capture 99.95% of airborne contaminants as small as 0.1 microns.

It’s the Array Viewpoint cloud-based dashboard that provides data, notifications, and trends to building managers. The notifications include proactive reminders for filter re-orders, filter life status, and alerts to particularly contaminated areas, enabling optimal indoor air quality management and machine maintenance. Beyond building and facility managers, Array’s Viewpoint community dashboard allows workers to see precise air quality statuses and filtration progress, reassuring them of cleanliness building wide and in real-time.




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