DemoAirNet Operation Manual available for download.
- DO NOT run the fan with a Demo Air Net if the fan is dirt from use or exposed to explosive or flammable Material.
- Avoid the area between the Assembly Intake and the event. The level of deadly pollutants is highly concentrated in this Area. (THIS CONCENTRATED STREAM OF POLLUTANTS SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN LIGHTLY, AND CONSIDERED DANGEROUS AND TREATED AS SUCH)
- NEVER Assume the fan and net assembly is secure. Test and ensure it’s secure and safe prior to stepping away.
- NEVER SHUT DOWN THE ASSEMBLY PRE MATURE FOR THE SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO TRAP FOR EASILY 1 HR AFTER OR BETTER AFTER WORK STOPS. AS YOU PREPARE TO SHUT DOWN WORK, IT WILL CONTINUE TO CATCH THE “LIGHTER THAN AIR” CARCINOGENS.
9 Key Points
- Kill Zone Avoid front of fan, due to the high concentration of Pollutants. This is where we have witnessed streams of dust, in high volume
- ELEVATE Raise off floor, to ensure 360 degrees of clearing. This device clears in 360 degrees, as if a ball that is a vacuum. This has been witnessed repeatedly.
- DEPLOYMENT Deploy before work begins, and leave running as long as possible. The device will take control of the air in the room, and begin the filtration immediatly. You will notice the airspace in the room will be cleaner from the start.
- PROXIMITY/AIMING The closer the Intake the more it catches, aiming toward target. Not to close at disrupt the intake.
- STABLE AIR Reduce cross currents, close windows, vents, doors providing breezes. We want control of the air, for stable air is easier to take control of with our device.
- BLADE SPEED Slow to Medium is usually sufficient. Remember these particles are light enough to float, so start slow and experiment with blade speeds.
- CLEAN Mop sink for a slight cleaning, Machine Washed on “GENTLE” for 100% & AIR DRY.
- LOADING Look for discoloration of the Thread Lines, and you’ll notice here first it turning black.
- FACE MASK Always wear a Face Mask as well. We will filter most, but not all the pollutants. And greatly reduce the burden on the mask.