When it comes to Cleaning for Health, it all boils down to capturing particles that threaten human health, many of which are invisible to the naked eye. ProTeam vacuums retrieve soil and safely contain many allergens and asthma triggers within a ProLevel Filtration system, preventing them from being reintroduced into the environment.
ProLevel Filtration and IAQ
By capturing microscopic dust that can trigger asthma or allergies, a ProTeam vacuum helps improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and ensure that you are Cleaning for Health and protecting vulnerable building occupants. If not properly captured, dander, pollen, and dust mites can all lead to poor IAQ. The video below explains the science behind Cleaning for Health:
Every ProTeam vacuum has multiple levels of filtration. Each filter sifts out smaller and smaller particles. The first line of defense in a ProLevel Filtration system is the Intercept Micro Filter. For a ProTeam vacuum to provide optimal cleaning power, all filters must be maintained properly and replaced with only genuine ProTeam filters. Don’t be fooled by other generic paper vacuum filter bags, only genuine ProTeam filters can safeguard your facility from pollutants and protect the life of your ProTeam vacuum.
Proper Filter Care
Proper routine maintenance will keep your backpack vacuum operating at peak performance. Check filters before and after each use to determine if they need to be emptied, cleaned, or replaced. Empty or change filters when they are half full. Clogged or dirty filters will reduce air flow and result in poor suction and/or over-heating. As frequency of filter maintenance is determined by the environment, keeping a filter maintenance log can help track your filter replacement. Some ProTeam filters are open-collared, making them easy to empty and reuse several times; though, they should be replaced once pores become clogged.
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