The Ultimate Air Cleaning Machine. Best Quality - made in USA. Latest German designed motor uses up to 90% less energy. Best filters - MERV18 HEPA (99.99%+) and bed of proprietary gas filter media.
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Best for: Best for: Whole House or Facility, Offices, Industry, Healthcare Facilities, Mold Remediation, Abatement
Up to 1,560 sq ft
All Airborne Particulates, Gases, Odors, Smoke, VOC's
High efficiency motor uses up to 90% less energy saving you $142 per year on average in electricity costs.
Effective for fine particles, smoke and gases (methane gas, sulfur gases, and many others.)
Air purifier housing, filters, software, air flow straightener for motor/fan, fan electronics, among others made in USA.
Simple controls with electronic 5 speed button to dial in the exact air flow.
Main Filter has 4-30 times more filter media so it lasts a lot longer savings you at least $100 per year
1 ERIK Air Purifier
Complete set of filtersUser's Manual
This Erik model air purifier has two filters – a 4” deep GAC activated carbon bed pre-filter and a 12” deep main HEPA filter. Effective for gases for smoke and gas leaks (methane gas, sulfur gases, and many others).
The main filter is the same industrial filter that is trusted by hospitals and removes much more than any true HEPA filter. Having more filter media means the main filter will last longer (2+ years) and it creates less air resistance. By not having to work as hard the motor can spin at a slower, quieter rate. These are the same filters used in Hospital Operating Rooms, Clean Rooms, the Nuclear Industry, Containment units, Laboratories, and Pharmaceuticals. Perfect for home use or commercial air purification.
Placement- we suggest placing the air purifier in the room where you spend most of your time. For most this is a bedroom where the unit stays plugged in and runs 24/7 or whenever you are in the room.
Erik has the best, latest German engineered EC motor and fan so it provides higher air flow while being quieter and using much less power. The EC motor is a much-improved technology over the traditional AC motor that nearly every other air purifier uses.
AC motors use technology that was developed in the 1800’s and use more energy, can have an annoying hum, and are not as reliable. They are common because they are very inexpensive to produce.
EC Motor Advantages
EC (Electrically Commutated) motors use software and electronics to convert the AC voltage to DC to run the motor. EC is the latest technology innovation whereas AC motors use technology from nearly 200 years ago. With an AC motor from China, chances are that the copper was wound by hand and the ball bearings are of low quality making it unreliable.
Why does the motor/fan start and stop more slowly than an AC motor? EC motors have a soft start programmed into the motor to limit the start-up current the motor draws (there are electronics built into the motor). The ramp down after power is removed is only a function of the inertia of the fan and the friction of the bearing system. A high quality bearing system will take longer to slow down and stop since the friction is minimized (alignment is better, lubricant is better, etc.).
The humming noise comes from the fact that it is an AC motor and all the magnetics are changing intensity at the line frequency. When rotating, these forces are aligned so as to rotate the rotor. When the motor is not rotating or rotating at a speed lower than synchronous speed, they tend to make things vibrate back and forth and that makes the humming sound. If you have an AC motor that starts slowly, the humming starts louder and decreases as the rotor and field come into sync.
Oransi air purifiers are used by some of the leading companies, medical centers, government organizations and universities. We are delighted to be able to provide clean air to so many quality organizations.
The Erik Air Purifier is a high-performing product that is the result of over 1,000 engineering hours. Naturally, you may have some questions for us. Luckily, we have the answers.See Questions & Answers >