Restaurants and rooms without smoke, and without a smoking ban – with GEA Clarifair
08. November 2006 The GEA solution enables smokers and non-smokers to coexist in harmony – without risks to their health, and with odour filtration as well.
A triple-stage filter system removes particles and odours.
The new GEA Clarifair room unit has an open design: it functions without a booth, and yet enables practically 100% capture and filtration of tobacco smoke. Thanks to the various models and performance levels available, it successfully meets the needs for a great variety of actual room-flow conditions. The Clarifair can be mounted on the floor or from the ceiling, and through a large inlet effectively intakes room air from its surrounding area. It passes the air through a noise suppressor, and on through a pre-filter. The next step is separation of smoke and other particles in a fine filter. After the air has been cleansed of gaseous pollutants by an activated-charcoal filter, it is systematically directed back into the room.
Clarifair: a virtual smoker’s booth with 100% smoke capture
In the area provided for smokers under the Clarifair, the system captures and removes practically all the emitted smoke from up to 12 smokers. Clarifair intakes air from outside its primarily effective zone as well, with the result that neighbouring areas profit as well. Despite its high efficiency, the operational noise of the Clarifair is hardly perceptible.
Designed for new buildings and for retrofitting
GEA Clarifair is equally effective in new buildings, or as a retrofit. It can be easily installed in buildings with ventilation and air conditioning – for example, in hotels and office buildings – without interference with existing systems. It is even possible to integrate the units into a ventilation system. In such applications, the intake air and the smoke can be directly passed into an exhaust-air duct system, in which case the GEA Clarifair functions effectively without filter components.
The market launch for Clarifair is planned for spring of 2007, when it will be available in various design models: e.g., as a table for standing users, and as s ceiling unit. The first public presentation is planned for the trade fair ISH in Frankfurt, from 6 to 10 March 2007.
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