CLEANSPACE
HALO

A major innovation in Personal Respiratory Protection for Healthcare.

An easy to use, comfortable respirator with fresh air and no fogging.

  • Lightweight (400g/0.9lb) and compact
  • High protection for biohazards (APF 50 & 1000)
  • No hoses or belt mounted battery packs
  • NIOSH Approved TC 21C-1102 – (Half Mask) and TC 21C-1104 (Full Face Mask)
  • Reliable, fast cleaning and disinfection
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Weight (400g/0.9lb) and compact
No hoses or belt mounted battery packs
High protection for biohazards (APF 50 & 1000)
Up to 9 hours run time
Easy Don and doff
On demand airflow up to 230 L/min
Small inventory requirements
Reliable, fast cleaning and disinfection
NIOSH Approved TC 21C-1102 – (Half Mask) and TC 21C-1104 (Full Face Mask)
EN 12942:1998+A2:2008 TM3 (Europe)
ISO 9001 (Quality Management System)
AS/NZS1716:2012 PAPR-P2 (Australia/NZ)
IP Rated 66 (Water tolerant)
ANSI Z87.1 (full face)
Primary care, infectious disease and emergency care
Laboratories
Pharmaceutical and bio-production facilities
Research facilities
First responders
Handling & disposal of biohazards
Positive pressure and breath responsive respirator
Visual and Audible Alarms – 75dB(A) – at ear
Maximum air flow – 230 L/min
Automatic Switch-Off – 3 minutes after idle
Weight (Power unit) – 400g/0.9lb
AC Adaptor charger: Input range 100 – 240V
Internal battery duration – Up to 9 hours
Output range 13.5V ± 5%
Internal battery charging time < 2 hours (to 95%)
Compatible with CleanSpace (3) silicone half mask and full face masks
Operating altitude: 6,562 ft (2,000m)
Operating temperatures: -10°C to 45°C
Storage (before and after use):
Charging temperatures: 0°C to 35°C.
Clean & dry environment: 30% – 50% RH
Storage Temperatures: -10°C to 35°C.
Out of direct sunlight and away from corrosive or harsh chemicals
CleanSpace Respirators are an air filtering, fan assisted positive pressure mask and is designed to be worn in environments where there is sufficient oxygen to breathe safely
DO NOT USE the CleanSpace Respirators in IDLH, or in Oxygen enriched or deficient atmospheres, to protect against gases/vapours that cannot be filtered