HEPA Filtration with Whisper Quiet Technology

The Triton 440 is a portable air purifier that uses HEPA filtration technology to remove contaminants from the air. It is designed for use in large indoor spaces, such as commercial buildings, schools, and other public spaces. The Triton 440 has the ability to filter out particles as small as 0.3 microns, including allergens, dust, pet dander, and other pollutants. Additionally, the Triton 440 is equipped with a pre-filter that helps to prolong the life of the HEPA filter and increase its overall efficiency. Overall, the Triton 440 from Air-Care is a reliable and effective solution for improving indoor air quality.

Inside the Triton 440

Triton 440 Cutaway Image

The Triton 440 is encased in a powder coated steel body with intake grills at the top of the unit and an exhaust grill at the bottom. The unit is 19.5″ x 19.5″ x 24″

Filtration starts with our multi-layer electrostatic pre-filter. This filters out larger particulates in the air using static electricity along with a replaceable filter pad.

The air then moves into the HEPA chamber where our HEPA filter works to capture at least 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns in size or larger.

4 Locking Caster Wheels to Allow Easy Transportation.

Simple Control Knob Adjusts Airflow.

Whisper Quiet Technology.
Only 15-55db.

Air Exchanges Per Hour (ACH)

Most facilities need a purifier that can adequately filter the air in a room.
The amount of time the room’s air is sent through the filtration process is an important indicator of the effectiveness of the purifier.
A small purifier that you might have by your bedside is not capable of moving the air volume of a larger room through the filtration process.
They are not powerful enough. For classrooms, auditoriums, and lecture halls the need for a more robust purifier that can move the air in the room through the filtration process.
It is recommended from the Environmental Protection Agency that there be a minimum of 2 exchanges of air per hour in a room for adequate filtration. This can be calculated by multiplying the length of the room by the width and height of the ceiling.

  • Rooms 100 Square Feet or Less: 32 air changes per hour.
  • 400 Square Foot Rooms: 8 air changes per hour.
  • 800 Square Foot Rooms: 4 air changes per hour
  • 1,200 Square Foot Rooms: 3 air changes per hour