AeraMax Professional II For Smaller Spaces

The AeraMax Professional II is a slim model commercial-grade air purifier designed for smaller spaces such as offices, restrooms, urgent care facilities, and exam rooms.


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The AeraMax Professional II is a slim model commercial-grade air purifier designed for smaller spaces such as offices, restrooms, urgent care facilities, and exam rooms.
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AeraMax Professional II For Smaller Spaces

AeraMax Professional II For Smaller Spaces

AeraMax Professional, a commercial-grade air purifier that removes up to 99.9 percent of airborne contaminants in common areas such as workplaces, schools and health care facilities, has introduced a slim model designed for smaller spaces such as offices, restrooms, urgent care facilities, and exam rooms.

air purifierThe AeraMax Professional II is only 4 inches deep and has flexible integration options for rooms ranging from 150-300 feet in area. Similar to AeraMax Professional’s III and IV models, AeraMax Professional II uses patented EnviroSmart™ technology so that the machine automatically adjusts to optimize performance.

“Current AeraMax Professional models are making common spaces in workplaces, schools, hospitality venues, and clinics healthier and cleaner. Now AeraMax Professional II assures that same level of improved indoor air quality for smaller rooms,” said Jeff Dryfhout, Global Marketing Director of Fellowes Brands, Air Treatment. “AeraMax Professional II is also ADA compliant, making it the ideal solution for exam rooms, offices, and private restrooms.”

AeraMax Professional II uses true HEPA filters and carbon filtration to remove up to 99.9 percent of airborne contaminants, including dust, allergens, and viruses. AeraMax Professional can be wall mounted, recess wall mounted, or set on a floor stand to fit the requirements of any room.

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