Therapeutic Technologies closeout auctions take place on DOTmed.com. Bid today on 1988 lots of medical equipment. Onsite or virtual inspection available. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting Amy St.Cyr at Amy@TherapeuticTech.net or (609) 781-4521.
Used, very good technical condition, Italy production, Power supply: 230 V, Frequency: 50/60 Hz, Power: 40 W, It is characterized by very high efficiency, It is designed to be used wherever... view more
Item # 267506, 267506, 267505, 267503 Title: Bullard PA20 Powered Air-Purifying Respirator Manufacturer: Bullard Model: PA20 Powered Description: Air-Purifying Respirator Quantity: 6 Item... view more
The Bioquell BQ-50 Mobile HPV Vapor Generator Decontamination System can be used hospital-wide to eliminate organisms from exposed surfaces. The system includes Aeration Modules, Cased HMI,... view more
Good condition, some signs of use/wear present on unit. Power tested and appears to be functional, comes only with the electrosurgical unit and power cables, comes with items shown in pictures.... view more
Air purification medical equipment plays a crucial role in maintaining clean and safe indoor environments in healthcare settings. It is used to remove harmful particles, allergens, bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants from the air, helping to prevent the spread of diseases and improve overall air quality. This equipment is commonly employed in hospitals, clinics, laboratories, and other healthcare facilities where the presence of airborne pathogens is a concern. Air purification systems often utilize high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) technology, or a combination of both to effectively purify the air.
The price range for air purification medical equipment can vary depending on the specific features, capacity, and technology used. Basic portable air purifiers designed for small spaces can be found in the range of $100 to $500. More advanced systems with larger capacities and additional features such as multiple filtration stages, smart sensors, and remote control capabilities can cost anywhere from $500 to several thousand dollars. The cost of maintenance, including filter replacements and energy consumption, should also be considered when budgeting for air purification equipment.
Several manufacturers specialize in producing air purification medical equipment. Some well-known companies in this space include Honeywell, Philips, Blueair, IQAir, Alen, Winix, Coway, Dyson, and GermGuardian. These manufacturers offer a wide range of air purifiers with varying features and specifications to cater to different healthcare facility needs. It is essential to carefully evaluate the specific requirements and consult with experts to choose the right air purification equipment for a particular healthcare setting.