TRACS® Model TM500 Ceiling Mount UV-C Air Purification Systems
TRACS® TM500 Ceiling Mount UV-C Air Purification System is a multi-stage HEPA and UV-C air purification system that conveniently mounts in a standard 2x2 drop ceiling panel (4x4 model also available). Features include wall mounted controls, certified HEPA filter, CarbonWeb® pre-filter, and 22 inch germicidal UV-C lights (254nm).
This ceiling mounted UV-C air purifier is used for infection control in medical facilities or laboratories, and compliant with CDC, JCAHO, or USP <797> requirements. These medical grade UV-C air purifiers are installed to clean HVAC supply air, sanitize and recirculate room air, or to create negative pressure. Read more below...
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- USA Made
- 5-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty
- Free Shipping within the United States
- 30-day Money Back Guarantee
- Affordable Replacement Costs with Auto-Refill Program
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Viruses may be small enough to slip by a HEPA filter, but most viruses are very susceptible to the effects of UV light. The UV lamps in the TRACS Manufacturing ceiling product line also radiate on the HEPA filter, where the dust, bacteria, and microorganisms are collected.
In HEPA-only systems, mold and microbial growth can occur on the HEPA filter, so HEPA filters must be replaced at least once per year (even if the HEPA filter is not clogged). If they are not replaced, the microorganisms can actually eat through the HEPA media (this is known as bacteria grow-through), and be dispersed throughout the room.
However, in the TM ceiling product line, given the HEPA filter is constantly bathed in UV light, mold and microbial growth cannot occur. As such, the HEPA filters in our systems can last up to three years (depending on particulate load), thereby lowering unit maintenance costs.
We patented the distance between the HEPA filter and UV-light and by having the UV shining on the “dirty” filter, all trapped microorganisms are deactivated, making it safer for the maintenance personnel to change and handle the spent filter.
In summary, UVGI is an effective and valuable secondary or backup technology for high risk infection control applications. Imagine what it could do for your gym, office, or home.
- Senior living facilities
- Gyms & fitness centers
- Doctors/Dentist offices
- Educational classrooms
- Office building lobbies
- Medical office waiting areas
- General office space
- Daycare centers
- Operating rooms
- TB Isolation rooms
- Pharmaceutical compounding areas for USP <797> compliance
- Intensive care units
- Examination rooms
- Emergency rooms
- Bronchoscopy/sputum rooms
- Purifying HVAC supply air
- Creating negative pressure
- Laboratories (tissue culture or other high risk labs
- Homeless shelters
- Anywhere there is a high risk of airborne bacteria and disease
TM950: 23 5/8" W x 47 5/8" L x 17" D
TM500: 23 5/8" W x 23 5/8" L x 17" D
TM950: 950 CFM
TM500: 500 CFM
120 volt, 60 Hz, single phase
TM950: 1.7 amps
TM500: 1 amp
TM950: 4000 sf
TM500: 2000 sf
TM950: 110 lbs
TM500: 50 lbs
Whisper Mode- 54 DB
Low- 56 DB
Medium- 59 DB
High- 62 DB
|Controls||Wall mounted remote|
UV-C Lamp Replacement Indicator Light
Differential Pressure detetector indicates when to change the HEPA filter
Rated for 9000 hours
TM950: (4) 22" UV-C Lamps 254nm
TM500: (2) 22" UV-C Lamps 254nm
|Construction||18 gauge galvanized steel with powder-coated finish|
|Color Choices||Black, White, Gray, Sandstone, Custom colors to match your brand/decor|
|Warranty||30 Day Money Back Guarantee, 5 Year Mechanical, Lifetime Frame|
CarbonWeb Pre-Filter Cartridge: replace every 30-180 days, depending on application, cost is $29 each ($23 with auto refill)
Medical Grade HEPA filter: change when indicated by detector, about every 24 months, cost is $149 ($119 with auto-refill)
UV-C Lamps: change when indicator light goes out, about every 18 months, cost is $39 ($31 with auto-refill)
Medical Grade HEPA Filter
For over eighty years High Efficiency Particulate Air Filters (HEPA) filters have been the primary mechanism used for removing airborne pathogens, microorganisms, dust, and particulate from the air at very high efficiencies.
Standard certified HEPA filters are 99.97% efficient at .3 microns and higher, meaning they are individually tested to perform at that efficiency. If a product contains a HEPA filter that is not certified, then it may not perform at HEPA efficiency. This is the case with many commercial units that claim to have “true” HEPA filters.
There are many air purifiers on the market today where the media may be HEPA efficiency but it is not adequately gasketed within the filter frame allowing gases and toxic odors to bypass the filter.
“Certified” HEPA filters are individually DOP tested to ensure efficiency. The HEPA filters used in the TRACS Manufacturing ceiling mounted purifiers are all reverse gel seal filters certified to perform at 99.99% efficiency at .3 microns, and the HEPA filter is securely sealed within the cabinet to prevent air bypass around it.
TRACS Manufacturing employs activated CarbonWeb cartridges ($29 refill every 6 months) in the pre-filter process to remove toxic gases and odors too small to be stopped by the HEPA filter. Theoretically, we can remove almost all particulate matter from the air stream. We are now faced with “how should the gases and vapors – the chemical pollution – be removed?” HEPA filtration is effective down to the .3 micron range and will remove some particulates smaller than .3 microns. Gases and vapors are .01 microns and smaller.
Benzene and naphthalene, two compounds that are strongly adsorbed by carbon, are approximately .0006 and .0007 microns respectively. One micron equals 1/25,400 of an inch. Very simply, particulate filters do not, and can not, remove material that is this small and is a gas. If particulate means cannot be used to remove gases, then how can they be removed?
For HVAC applications, where the concentrations are very low and the contaminant loading varies constantly, adsorption has proven to be the most effective and the most economical process.
Adsorption with activated carbon is also the process of choice for applications such as gas masks, space capsules, nuclear submarines and radioactive iodine removal (nuclear plants). Are there other processes to remove gases from an air stream? Certainly, there are other processes. When higher concentrations are present, incineration, chemisorption and solvent recovery [an adsorptive process] all have their places.
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- US EPA - Washington DC
- Humane Association of Warren County
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- City of Bunnell Police Department
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- Nat. Institute of Health -
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