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AIIR Watch Negative Pressure Air Quality Machine

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AIIR Watch Negative Pressure Air Quality Machine

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Download Data Sheet ACH Calculator Creating Isolation Spaces

Setra AIIR Watch is easy to set up and use. Place the unit inside the room and run the exit pipe to the window, up into any standard ceiling tile, or into an HVAC return vent for safe exhausting out of the sterilized air. The unit plugs into a standard power outlet and includes filter status and UVC bulb life status indication on the unit itself.

Installation has been made easy - our unit installs faster than most window A/C units and allows for a way to negatively pressurize a space with no construction necessary.

This product is perfect for schools, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, hospitals, dentist offices, and any commercial or healthcare space that needs safe, reliable, and portable negative pressurization. A single unit can generate 15 air changes per hour (ACH) in a 1400 ft³ space, with the option to use multiple modules in a single space as needed.

Verify Negative Pressure - This product ships with a Setra Lite Visual Room Pressure Indicator that can easily be installed to verify the space is remaining isolated with a negative pressure.

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Maintain Safe Air

AIIR Watch helps you and those you care for breathe easy.

  • Sterilize The Air

    The combination of a HEPA filter and UVC light sterilizes the air on first pass to create the safest possible exhaust.

  • Whisper Quiet Operation

    At only 58 dBA, the AIIR Watch is barely louder than a whisper. We worked hard to develop a powerful industrial fan without the distracting noise.

  • Remove The Air

    Air is exhausted out of the room instead of recirculated to minimize exposure to aerosols and airborne particles.

  • Hospital-Grade Protection

    Turn your space into a clean isolation room. A key feature of hospital isolation rooms, negative pressure keeps contaminated air from escaping.