The Carrier OptiClean negative air machine is a portable, minimum 600 CFM or maximum 1500 CFM solution primarily designed to help convert normal hospital rooms into airborne infectious isolation rooms (AIIR). Designed to comply with ASHRAE’s Standard 170 for Ventilation of Health Care Facilities, the Carrier OptiClean uses a 99.97% efficient filter and a heavy duty, yet quiet, motor to remove filtered contaminated air from the room. The resulting negative air pressure, or “vacuum effect” helps limit the spread of airborne contaminants into surrounding areas. If negative pressure is not required, such as an open-air, temporary hospital, the machine can be used as an air “scrubber,” pulling air in, removing many contaminants, and discharging cleaner air back into the space.


Units come in two sizes and the unit sizing is based on the volume of the space being conditioned. Quantity discounts are available please ask you representative. All units include free delivery and standard setup.

UP TO 1,800 Square Feet*$3,999

UP TO 4,500 Square Feet*$4388

* Based on ASHRE Recommendations of 2Air Changes per Hour for Non-Medical rooms with a 10 foot ceiling.


►   Meets ASHRE standard 170: Ventilation for Health Care Facilities

►    Standard MERV 7 or higher pre filter, 99.97% efficient, long life HEPA filter removes particles as small as .3 microns

►    Two sizes available, 600 CFM or 1500 CFM

►    HEPA filter rack and sealing design meets air leakage requirements

►    Heavy duty, lockable casters for easy transport

►    3 speed selector switch from various airflow ranges (015 only)

►    Red filter indicator light alerts user when it’s time to replace a filter

►    Green on/off switch illuminates when the unit is on an operating

►    10-foot-long power cord with strain relief

►    115 Volt, UL® listed

►    One-year limited warranty

Carrier to Provide 3,700 OptiClean® Units for San Bernardino School District

To prepare for its facilities reopening to students and staff, California’s San Bernardino City Unified School District will install 3,700 Carrier OptiClean™ Dual-Mode Air Scrubber & Negative Air Machines to purify the air in classrooms across its 72 schools. The OptiClean units will help to improve indoor air quality for the district, as its more than 60,000 students, teachers and staff return to campuses. This announcement comes shortly after the recent acquisition of 1,500 OptiClean units by the Alvord Unified School District in Riverside, Calif., to assist with their plan for the return of 20,000 students, teachers and staff to their 23 campuses. Read More…



Who is ASHRAE?

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.

What is MERV?

Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, is a system used to evaluate the efficiency of an air filter based on how effective it is at catching particles of varying sizes. The higher the MERV rating, the higher the air filtration capabilities. of a particular filter

How many air changes per hour are recommended?

2 Air changes per hour for non medical spaces and 6 air changes or more for medical offices.


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